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L.A. Times: Suspect arrested in Bryan Stow beating case

LAPD Give Update On Giants Fan Beating Investigation

LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 17: Two Los Angeles Police Department officers standing in front of one of 300 billboard showing a “wanted” poster for two suspects wanted for the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow listen to Chief Charlie Beck speaks during a news conference on May 17, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. It was announced during the news conference that the Los Angeles Dodgers have raised the reward by an additional $100,000 for a total of $200,000. Stow, a San Francisco Giants fan from Santa Cruz, California, was beaten at the Los Angeles Dodgers parking lot after the opening day game against the San Francisco Giants on March 31. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

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Joel Rubin of the Los Angeles Times brings some uplifting news in the still-unsolved Opening Day beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow:

At about 7 a.m., the Los Angeles Police Department SWAT team descended on an East Hollywood apartment building with a warrant in hand. According to apartment building manager Maritza Camacho, police, using loudspeakers with guns drawn, called out to the occupants of Apartment 25. Inside was one of the men police suspect in the March 31 beating that left Stow with brain damage.

The LAPD isn’t offering many more details at the moment and is keeping the name of the man in custody under wraps. A reward worth more than $200,000 was being promoted around the region for any information about the two men suspected of viciously jumping Stow in late March.

Stow remains in critical condition at San Francisco General Hospital. He was able to open his eyes last week but doctors say he is still a long way from fully recovering from the attack at Dodger Stadium.