The two security guards assigned to the
According to security records introduced in an ongoing civil trial that accuses the Los Angeles Dodgers and former owner
But the partners testified that they were actually in a different parking lot when someone notified them of the assault. The security guards received the notification about 8:30 p.m., according to the memo Hill later wrote to his supervisor.
The last pitch of the game was about 8 p.m.
Hill and Hines said their assignment during the game was to monitor the left-field concourse inside the stadium. Although they were the only Dodgers employees assigned to Lot 2, Hines testified that based on a pre-game briefing, he believed on-duty Los Angeles police officers were also deployed in the parking lots.
Hines said he and Hill monitored the crowd exiting the stadium before retrieving their golf cart and heading toward Lot 2.
Previous witnesses have testified that they saw no sign of Dodger security or the
Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood, both of Rialto, later pleaded guilty to the attack.