Award For Arrest In Dodger Stadium Beating Goes To $100K
A $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons responsible for the attack on Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium after the opening day game on March 31.
Stow, a paramedic with American Medical Response and a father of two, was attacked by two men after the Dodgers-Giants season opening game on March 31. The two assailants, who were reportedly wearing Dodger shirts, knocked Stow to the ground and kicked him several times in the head. He is in a medically-induced coma at a Los Angeles hospital.
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Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich initially offered a $10,000 reward which was augmented by an additional $10,000 from the San Francisco Giants and $5,000 from American Medical Response, the total of which was matched by the Los Angeles Dodgers, who pledged $25,000. The Los Angeles City Council voted today to match that with their pledge of $50,000, bringing the grand total to $100,000.
The suspects are described as two male Hispanics between the ages of 18 and 25 wearing Dodger clothing. Composite sketches of the two suspects released by the LAPD are above. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact LAPD Detectives L. Burcher or P.J. Morris at 213-847-4261