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Many have grouped together to increase the total reward to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest of two men dressed in Dodger gear who severely beat down 42 year-old San Francisco Giants fan for wearing a Giants T-shirt in the parking lot of Dodger’s Stadium on Opening Day. Reward contributions were kicked off with Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich issuing a $10,000 reward, and a $5,000 reward was pledged by the victim’s employer. An announcement was made Monday with the Los Angeles Dodgers donating $25,000 and the San Francisco Giants donating $10,000.
Now the Dodgers, under close scrutiny from the incident, has hired former Chief of Police William Bratton to review the security at Dodger’s Stadium. Details of the incident show that Stow just kept walking away when the two young men taunted him, but they still attacked, Golverno said. They then jumped into a car driven by a woman, with a boy inside.
This is not the first violent attack against a Giants fan at Dodger Stadium. In 2003, a Giants fan was shot and killed in the parking lot.A reward of at least $100,000, most of it provided by Los Angeles-area governments, has been established for information leading to the arrest of the two men who attacked Stow.
“We’re getting some good leads and we’re following up on all of them,” Los Angeles police detective Lisa Golverno said earlier this week.