Two Suspects Sought In Bryan Stow Beating Case

One suspect remains behind bars in the case of Bryan Stow, a Giants fan viciously beaten outside a Dodgers game in March. But Los Angeles police are still searching for two suspects in Stow's beating, according to the Los Angeles Times, though a snag in the release of information about the first suspect may have damaged the investigation.

The arrest of Giovanni Ramirez on Sunday was the first major break in Stow's case, but police are still looking for a man who allegedly joined Ramirez in brutally beating Stow, and a woman who allegedly served as their getaway driver.

However, plans to conduct lineups later this week were hampered by the release of Ramirez' mug shot on the Internet on Monday, possibly influencing witnesses before a lineup and compromising the police's case.

Stow remains in a coma in a San Francisco hospital after being transferred from Los Angeles last week.

For more on Bryan Stow, visit SB Nation's Giants blog McCovey Chronicles, Dodgers blog True Blue LA, and regional sites SB Nation Los Angeles and SB Nation Bay Area.

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