1st Look At 2 Suspects In Bryan Stow Beating Case
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — KCAL9 and CBS2 obtained booking photos of the two men now named prime suspects in the Bryan Stow beating case.
As Suraya Fadel reported on the KCAL9 News at 10 p.m. Saturday, the photos are of the suspects — now identified as 29-year-old Louie Sanchez and 30-year-old Marvin Norwood — from earlier arrests.
The suspects, both from Rialto, will be officially charged next week.
Both suspects have criminal histories, including arrests for domestic violence.
Sources tell KCAL9 and CBS2 that the men are linked to the crime through physical evidence and cell phone records which both place the men at Dodgers Stadium on opening day.
Giovanni Ramirez, who had been the prime suspect in the beating, has now been exonerated, say officials.
Seventeen witnesses made up part of a line-up an reportedly several identified the suspects.
The LA Times is also reporting that there were two other alleged assaults at Dodgers Stadium and detectives pulled a list of possible suspects using ticket sales information from a section of the stands where several people reportedly complained about belligerent fan activity.