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According to the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles detectives have taken into custody a suspect in the beating of Giant’s fan Bryan Stow outside the Dodgers Stadium in March.

On March 31, Stow, 42, was walking through the Dodgers Stadium parking lot with a few friends after the Dodgers-Giants opening day game when he was attacked by two unidentified men.

According to police, two men were taunting Stow, a parametric in Santa Clara and a father of two, before the men repeatedly punching and kicking Stow.

Stow’s friends were helping him by fighting off the attackers, but the two men fled in a vehicle driven by a woman who was reported having a 10-year-old in the back seat.

Since the attack, police have been searching for suspects and had a $200,000 reward for anyone who can provide police with any information that can lead to the arrest of both suspects. Sketches were painted on more than 200 billboards across Los Angeles County and famous people such as Charlie Sheen have donated money to Stow for his recovery.
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The Los Angeles Times reports that at about 7AM, SWAT team raided an apartment complex in East Hollywood, with a warrant, where a man who matched the description of one of the men beating Stow was arrested and brought into custody.

According to the Times, the building manager, Maritza Camacho, reported that police, using loudspeakers, called out the people inside the apartment building.

Police found inside a man that matched the description of one of the men involved in the beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow.

Camacho stated that the men inside the apartment haven’t been longtime residents, but Camacho has seen the men come and go from the complex.

Stow remains in critical condition and was transferred to San Francisco General Hospital last week from USC Medical Center in Los Angeles.

On Wednesday, the Giants played against the Dodgers in Los Angeles for the first time since the attack. It was reported that about 30,000 tickets were sold, leaving more than half of the stadium empty. The Times reports this is the first time the Dodgers sold only 30,000 tickets for a ballgame since 1997.

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