Dodgers offer $25,000 reward for information in beating case, bringing total to $50,000


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The Dodgers have offered a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the two suspects who beat a Giants fan in the Dodger Stadium parking lot after Thursday’s season opener.

The reward matches the previous amounts offered, bringing the total reward to $50,000. The Dodgers made their offer known Monday evening.


Bryan Stow, 42, a paramedic from Santa Cruz, remains in critical condition after the brutal beating. He is in a medically induced coma.

Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich had previously pledged $10,000, which was matched by the San Francisco Giants. American Medical Response, Stow’s employer, has pledged $5,000.


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-- Steve Dilbeck

Sketch: Police drawings of the beating suspects in frame grab from KTLA. Credit: Los Angeles Police Department