Four Arrested After Man Beaten In Dodger Stadium Parking Lot

Los Angeles, CA, USA; A general view of Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, Credit: Jake Roth-US PRESSWIRE

A man suffered minor injuries after a beating in the Dodger Stadium parking lot Sunday night.

It's not a Bryan Stow incident, but the new ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers can't be happy after a report of another beating in the Dodger Stadium parking lot after Sunday night's game.

This time, it appears road rage was the cause:

One driver cut another off, and the two drivers got out and started arguing.

When the altercation turned physical, the passengers from one of the cars allegedly got out and started beating up the other driver.

The victim was taken by ambulance to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center.

He was treated for non-life threatening injuries to his face and head and then released.

The victim's pregnant wife was also taken to the hospital as a precaution.

The four suspects were arrested and booked for assault with a deadly weapon.

Thankfully, it doesn't appear that anyone was seriously injured, and the alleged perpetrators of the beating were caught right away. Still, this appears to point up the need for new Dodgers ownership to provide more parking lot security.

For more on the Dodgers, please visit True Blue LA and SB Nation Los Angeles.

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