Beaten Giants Fan
Investigators are confident the case will proceed against a man suspected of assaulting a San Francisco Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck said.
Giovanni Ramirez, the man suspected of brutally beating Giants fan Bryan Stow outside Dodger Stadium on March 31, is also being investigated in an attempted murder case in Nevada.
Attorneys for the man accused of brutally beating San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow say they have given police proof that their client did not do it.
Police said they were satisfied with the results of a lineup to determine whether witnesses to the brutal beating of a San Francisco Giants fan could identify the man suspected of leading the attack.
The Giants fan who was brutally beaten at Dodger Stadium received a surprise visit at the hospital Tuesday from San Francisco reliever Jeremy Affeldt and was presented with a banner from the team.
The family of Bryan Stow filed a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday in L.A. County Superior Court.
The family of beaten San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow said Monday that they knew police in Los Angeles would catch someone in the brutal attack, and praised their work.
A tip from a parole officer led to the arrest Sunday of a man that Los Angeles police said was the “main aggressor” in the attack on San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow.
The LAPD is making the Bryan Stow case a top priority as the Giants and Dodgers play their first series in LA since the season opener.
The San Francisco Giants fan who was severely beaten outside Dodgers Stadium was transferred Monday to San Francisco General Hospital.