A friend of beating victim Bryan Stow testified Friday that his group was attacked twice outside Dodger Stadium after the 2011 opening day game.
Marvin Norwood and Louie Sanchez are charged in the attack on Giants fan Bryan Stow outside Dodger Stadium.
A preliminary hearing for two men accused of attacking Giants baseball fan Bryan Stow last year outside Dodger Stadium is scheduled to begin Wednesday morning.
Federal prosecutors said Tuesday they had charged two men suspected in last year’s savage beating of a San Francisco Giants fan at Dodger Stadium Stow with weapons violations.
The son of the San Francisco Giants fan who was beaten into a coma on opening day last year threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Friday's home opener.
Giovanni Ramirez is again a free man, able to his arms around his mother and his daughter. But recognized on the street is that guy arrested as the guy arrested as the Dodger Stadium beating suspect.
The 43-year-old is now living with two other people with similar injuries in a rehab center.
A preliminary hearing in the case of two men accused of attacking San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow in the Dodger Stadium parking lot was scheduled for March 13.
The judge in the civil case filed by Bryan Stow's family says he doesn't need any help, for now.
Attorneys for the Dodgers creditors' committee say the payout could threaten the ability of the team to pay.