Police seek more victims in Dodger Stadium beating
Los Angeles police officials said they believe the two suspects in the Bryan Stow beating might have had altercations with additional fans at the Dodgers' March 31 home opener and are asking any other victims to come forward.
Detectives first came upon Louie Sanchez's and Marvin Norwood's names while reexamining more than 700 tips from the public. Among the tips were complaints about their unruly behavior inside Dodger Stadium.
Cellphone records and photographs place the two men at the game when Stow, a San Francisco Giants fan, was assaulted, police sources said.
Then, authorities say, the men ran into Stow. The 42-year-old Santa Clara County paramedic was wearing Giants apparel and searching for a taxi with friends when Sanchez, 29, and Norwood, 30, allegedly beat him in an attack that left him with brain damage.
On Monday, Sanchez and Norwood appeared in court, where a judge ordered them to remain behind bars on $500,000 bail each. Both men are charged with assault and mayhem; Sanchez also is charged with battery on the female Giants fan and the unknown male fan.
-- Richard Winton
Photo: During a news conference at Los Angeles Police Department headquarters Friday, Police Chief Charlie Beck, right, and Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announce the arrests of two new suspects in the March 31 beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium. Credit: Damian Dovarganes / Associated Press