Dodger Stadium’s lax security and dim lighting created the conditions that led to the brutal beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday by Stow’s family against the team and its owner, Frank McCourt. Read More
The family of brutally beaten San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow has filed a civil suit against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court.The suit alleges that lax Opening Day security contributed to the attack, and that Dodger Stadium is the site of “more instances of criminal activity” than any other ballpark in Major League Baseball. Read More
The man arrested for the vicious beating of a Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium says he has an alibi proving he was in his Los Angeles apartment at the time of the attack, according to TMZ. Read More
Relatives of Bryan Stow said Monday they were deeply gratified by news of an arrest Sunday in connection with the assault outside Dodger Stadium that left the Giants fan in critical condition.
Speaking at a news conference outside San Francisco General Hospital and wearing a black “LAPD” cap, Stow’s sister Erin Collins read a statement thanking the Los Angeles Police Department. Read More
The family of Giants fan Bryan Stow said Monday they were deeply gratified by news of an arrest Sunday in connection with the assault outside Dodger Stadium that left Stow in critical condition. Read More
Los Angeles police have taken into custody a man who they believe is “the primary aggressor” in the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow.
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Doctors at San Francisco General Hospital said Wednesday that they’ve had a chance to do evaluations of comatose Giants fan Bryan Stow, and his condition remains critical. Read More
The Los Angeles Police Department announced an increased reward Tuesday for information leading to the capture of suspects who brutally attacked Giants fan Bryan Stow on the first game of the season at Dodger Stadium March 31.At an afternoon press conference, police told the public that the department has 17 detectives on the case and the reward is now $200,000, up from $150,000 after another contribution from the Dodgers. Read More
A Giants fan who was beaten outside Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles in March remains in critical condition Tuesday after arriving in San Francisco on Monday, hospital officials said.Bryan Stow, 42, had been in a coma at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center since two suspects attacked him outside Dodger Stadium after a game against the Giants on March 31. Read More
The Giants fan who has been comatose since a March attack outside Dodger Stadium is expected to be transported from a Los Angeles hospital to a San Francisco hospital Monday, according to hospital officials.
Bryan Stow, 42, a Santa Clara County emergency medical technician, will be transferred from Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center to San Francisco General Hospital & Trauma Center. Read More