Arrest in Dodger Stadium beating made Staff
May 22, 2010 | 3:25 p.m.

Police officers of the LAPD made an arrest in the beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, 42, who was attacked at Dodger Stadium on opening day. After the game, 2 Dodgers fans, that have been described as Hispanic and in their 20s, confronted Stowe who was wearing Giants gear and beat him. It is not known what was the motive behind the beating, but many reports have suggested that because Stow was wearing a Giants jersey like several hundred other fans, he was beaten. One suspect was taken into custody in Hollywood this morning.

Stowe was put into a medical induced coma and brain swelling was treated. Reward money for the arrest of the two Dodger’s fans reached nearly $200,000 earlier this month. LAPD Chief Charlie Beck announced last week they the LAPD received a tip about the woman they believe was the getaway driver of the two suspects. About three hundred billboards were placed around the City that featured composite sketches of the two suspects.

A press conference is scheduled today at 4:00 p.m. at Dodger Stadium to announce the arrest.

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4 Comments for “Arrest in Dodger Stadium beating made”

  1. Sweetnes

    Finally they arrested somebody 🙂 I don’t even go to baseball games anymore I am afraid to take my boyfriend there because it’s just a bunch of mexicans there going “wblanka yo name”. I really hate Mexifornia.

  2. Mark

    Sweetnes, if you dont like “Mexifornia” then get the hell out and move somewhere else. If you didnt notice, California is right next to Latin America so all Hispanics including Mexicans, Guatemalans, Hondurans, Salvis and whatever else have been here for centuries and we Latinos arent leaving. If you dont like the way we act or our culture, get out, we dont want you here.

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