CBS 13 reporter Laura Cole (CBS13) posted the following update on the CM Punk/fan incident via Twitter:
“Just got an update from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department about the alleged incident involving @CMPunk. The Sheriff’s Department says at this point the fan does not want to proceed any further and there is no evidence that a crime occurred. The Sheriff’s Department also says the video is not part of the investigation because there is no investigation.”
Then there was this update:
The CM Punk "crowd incident" has taken another twist this evening with CBS 13's Laura Cole reporting that Charles Schmidt, the WWE fan who was struck by Punk on Raw is now considering hiring an attorney for a possible lawsuit against the WWE Champion despite telling the Sheiff's department that he was not pressing any charges. Below are Cole's tweets:
"So the fan Charles Schmidt who got hit by @CMPunk told the sheriff's department last night that he didn't want to press any charges. #CBS13"
"Today Schmidt told #CBS13 he is considering hiring an attorney for a possible lawsuit."