Arrest Made in Giants Fan Bryan Stow's Dodger Stadium Attack

| by Alex Groberman

According to a Los Angeles Times report, one of the suspects in the now infamous beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium has been arrested.

As per the story, a S.W.A.T. team working with the Los Angeles Police Department entered an East Hollywood apartment building at approximately 7 a.m. on Sunday and called out the residents of unit No. 25. Shortly thereafter, they took a man with a shaved head and tattoos -- who met the description of police sketches made after the incident -- into custody.

Stow, 42, was beaten by two men in the Dodger Stadium parking lot after a Giants-Dodgers game on March 31. The police, when recounting details of the attack, noted that he was hit in the head from behind and then brutally punched and kicked as he lay on the ground.

Stow was put into a medically induced coma as a result of the beating and sustained brain damage. Though he is no longer in a coma, he remains in critical care at San Francisco General Hospital.

A fund containing upwards of $200,000 has been put together to reward anyone with information leading to the arrest of the assailants involved in the attack.