A man who was initially arrested in the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan outside of Dodger Stadium last year but was later cleared has sued the Los Angeles Police Department for defamation.
The man once considered the prime suspect in the March 2011 beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow attended Tuesday’s home opener at Dodger Stadium.
Giovanni Ramirez — wrongly arrested in the near-death beating of a Giants fan — spoke publicly for the first time at a news conference Thursday since his release from a San Diego prison on Saturday.
Giovanni Ramirez spoke out Friday for the first time since he was arrested and wrongfully accused in the beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow.
Attorneys for a parolee who was wrongly accused in the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan at Dodger Stadium filed court papers Wednesday asking a judge to order his release from prison.
A law enforcement official has said that police suspect the two men charged in the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan at Dodger Stadium also assaulted at least three other Giants fans on opening day.
Police exonerated one suspect in the beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow and charged two other men with the crime Friday, accusing them of the attack.
A law enforcement official said two new suspects have been arrested in the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium and the original suspect may be exonerated.
A Las Vegas woman who police said may have been the getaway driver for the suspects in an assault on a San Francisco Giants fan at Dodger Stadium was arrested on Thursday.
The parents of a San Francisco Giants fan brutally beaten at Dodger Stadium on opening day this year have been named to the official creditors committee in the Dodgers’ bankruptcy case.