Three Arrested in Bryan Stow Case

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has announced the arrest of three suspects in the assault case of Bryan Stow. The arrest of the suspects, two men and one woman, was announced at a televised news conference at 5PM.

Giovanni Ramirez, the first man arrested, is no longer a suspect in the case, according to Los Angeles Police Chief, Charlie Beck. “The initial evidence and identifications, which led to his arrest, have been refuted by an investigation that has involved dozens of detectives, working seven days a week over thousands of hours. They investigated more than 850 clues, and interviewed more than 650 people.”

The suspects in custody are Louie Sanchez – age 29, Marvin Norwood – age 30 and Dorene Sanchez – age 31, all from Rialto. The men, charged on multiple crimes including mayhem and assault with a deadly weapon, are being held on $500,000 bail. Charges against Dorene Sanchez are still pending but her bail was reported to be $50,000.


Dorene Sanchez has made bail, retained an attorney, and has been released from jail.

Tonight’s Lineup
Gwynn LF
Furcal SS
Ethier RF
Kemp CF
Rivera 1B
Uribe 3B
Barajas C
Carroll 2B
Kuroda P

82 Responses to Three Arrested in Bryan Stow Case

  1. I am not a defendant of the crimes that Mr. Ramirez has committed in his past, but this man was innocent of anything associated with this case. He was thrown in because some Parole Officer thought his parolee resembled the description, which was so vague to begin with. This innocent man became the root of attacks and threats against him and his daughter and friends, all the while maintaining his innocent.

    Police hailed his capture as the catch of the century, proclaiming that they had their man. With no evidence to pin on him for the crime of assaulting Mr. Stow, and the 72 hours of holding without prosecution almost up, they drew up some bogus story about wanting to search for further evidence, where they found a gun in a hamper in the friends bathroom. It was not found anywhere near him, as he was a visitor in his friends place, but the police pinned it on him and watched as he went up the river for some dumbass PO that was racist in his view of him and thought that any person with tattoo’s would do, allthewhile the daughter, friends, and pictures taken around and after that date show he had a full set of hair.

    I do not blame him one bit for what transpired, irregardless of his past, as he was not caught with a gun in his hand or on surveilance. He asked for polygraph tests and passed both times. It was dumb to even pursue him as a suspect, without any proof needless to say, and further to lock him up on a bogus technicality. He has been a father to his daughter, and everyone deserves a 2nd chance. He’s just some guy that was caught up in the wrong crowd. It can happen to anyone of us where we can get arrested and yet our character is different than how we portray ourselves.

    LAPD is the worst police department in the entire US, as they cannot do one thing right without sending an innocent man to jail for a crime that he did not commit. He was accused of a crime he didn’t commit and for ever and ever, he’ll be remembered as the one that commited the crime but they never could pin evidence on him.

    As for the news conference, they never apologized to him, just said that he was no longer a suspect and that it was the right thing to do. With no evidence for the crime being searched for, I beg to differ.

  2. trublu4ever says:

    I’m glad they finally caught the people responsible for Bryan’s beating. I feel, as Yung does, that the person who the police accused is due an apology. Hell, his life could be ruined from all the negative publicity associated with this matter.

  3. trublu4ever says:

    Now….on to the business of the day….let’s go Dodgers, let’s go!

  4. 32and53fan says:

    Two weeks ago tonight’s starter for the Nationals, John Lannan, received a nasal contusion on a comebacker by the Rockies Ty Wigginton. Let’s hope that the Dodgers can bloody his nose (metaphorically) tonight by getting a dozen or more hits and scoring a half dozen or more runs.

  5. nedisajerk says:

    If anyone didn’t know Kershaw career ERA vs the Giants with that game the other day was 1.41 ERA (also including one relief appearance) against SF is the best in MLB history for a pitcher against them. To bad Kershaw had that one game that he gave up 4 ER’s and lose.

  6. trublu4ever says:

    Somebody….give Werth a bath and flea dip, please!

  7. trublu4ever says:

    Trade Kuroda’s ass!

  8. nedisajerk says:

    I can’t believe Lilly run support is better than Kuroda.

  9. This is the worst of the worst, Uribe cant field 3rd anymore at all, his only thing that kept him on the field, Kuroda giving up dingers to pitchers and all the while, not even 3 innings in. Can you say pathetic.

  10. DodgerZona says:

    PATHETIC is the word Tru

  11. vl4eccjr says:

    Well that was ugly. Take them any way you can get I guess.

  12. trublu4ever says:

    From the great Seth Meyers on the Dodgers’ plight: “The Dodgers are so broke, three of their players tested poitive for Ramen noodles.”

  13. Nellyjune says:

    Matt is dating Rihanna again, isn’t he? LOL (jk)

  14. selltheteam says:

    Hiroki’s pitch count is 114, but Mattingly doesn’t care, since this could be his last Dodger start.

  15. selltheteam says:

    Jansen has had nasty stuff ever since he got off the DL. Four strikeouts tonight against four batters faced. He’s a keeper.

  16. trublu4ever says:

    39,839 paid attendance.

  17. vl4eccjr says:

    McDoodoo is McDont tonight. . .

  18. trublu4ever says:

    Poof…thar she blows!

  19. dodgereric says:

    Gotta love this: from the latest article on the bankruptcy hearing…

    “McCourt and his attorneys had argued that, as the debtors, the Dodgers were entitled to pick the loan they preferred. That is standard under bankruptcy law, but Gross ruled that McCourt forfeited that priority by failing to disclose he would have personally owed his lender $5.25 million if the court did not approve the loan.

    Although Friday’s decision does not foretell the resolution of the case, the ruling indicates that Gross will not necessarily exercise the traditional judgment that an owner can best determine what is good for his business, said Daniel Baird, a University of Chicago bankruptcy law professor.

    “That’s a message that’s not going to allow McCourt to sleep well at night,” Baird said.

    The biggest winner in Friday’s developments might have been Highbridge Capital Partners, the New York hedge fund that would have provided McCourt with a $150-million loan. That money is no longer owed and thus not at risk, and Highbridge still made $5.5 million in fees from McCourt.”,0,6250166.story

    It’s not every day that you lose $5.5 million with nothing in return. I wonder who will loan him the money to pay that back?

    Game 51 attendance (2010): 44,626
    Today’s attendance courtesy of trumom: 39,839
    Greater than last year = 8 / Less than last year = 42
    4th straight game of negative attendance

    Games less than 30,000 this season – 7
    Games less than 30,000 in 2005 – 2010: none
    Last game was 9/14/2004 – 29,704

    Lowest attended game of the year: Game 8 – 27,439
    Largest single game drop: Game 18 (55,662 – 28,419 = 27,243)

    2010 attendance (51 games) – 2,292,423 (44,949 average)
    2011 attendance (51 games) – 1,870,318 (36,673 average) #10 in MLB

    Drop of 422,105 total
    Average drop of 8277
    Extrapolated for 81 games – 670,402
    Projected 2011 final attendance – 2,970,505
    2010’s final attendance – 3,562,318 (#3 in MLB)

    Next game’s (52) attendance in 2010 – 43,506

    Crowds less than 30,000 in 2010: none. 2011: 7
    Crowds 30,000 – 39,999 in 2010: 10. 2011: 31
    Crowds 40,000 – 49,999 in 2010: 30. 2011: 9
    Crowds 50,000 – 55,999 in 2010: 7. 2011: 1
    Sellouts (56,000) in 2010: 4. 2011: 3

  20. Just once, I’d love Vinny giving the attendance like this: “39,278 tickets sold; 15,353 in actual attendance”.

    • 32and53fan says:

      That would be great. I wonder if they have that information available?

      • Perhaps they do. I know the gate attendants scan the bar codes on each ticket, and scanners are pretty smart. They know how to count. If one totted up the numbers, it’d give a very accurate count. However, I do not believe for a second that Frank would allow those real numbers to be known in any way, shape or form. He’s so good at fluffing up numbers when it suits him, isn’t he?

  21. 32and53fan says:

    Ouch! The hair of the dog. Jerry Hairston’s grand slam just put this game out of reach.

    Eric, do you have any comparisons on the attendance for Friday Fireworks Night games?

  22. nedisajerk says:

    Wow Ellis hit his 1st HR’s in 3 years.

  23. dodgereric says:

    32, I’m not sure when they started the fireworks on Friday, but here are the totals of the 9 Friday home games:


    This averages to 38,305, about 1700 more than the other days of the week.

    The first game was Game 2. I don’t think they had fireworks that early in the season, so if they didn’t, the average falls to 33,347.

  24. 32and53fan says:

    “The Dodgers should never be sellers. The market is too big.”
    -Jerry Manuel, former manager of the Chicago White Sox and New York Mets.

    • Hmn, a former Manager speaking about a team and it’s market. It’s obvious that the Dodgers shouldn’t but the correct thing should be, ”

      The Dodgers are seller because of the owner. Even with a market that big, the owner has hindered them into oblivion.

  25. 32and53fan says:

    Did anybody else notice that Bruce Bochy sounds an awful lot like Sam Elliot?

  26. lbirken says:

    Nice to see another arrest in the Stow case but until these folks are convicted of the crime, I will withhold any feelings. We were told once before the police had arrested a suspect and the chief and mayor pretty much had the guy convicted when they held the press conference announcing the arrest. I don’t feel sorry for Mr. Ramirez; he has had his problems in the past and certainly has not been a solid citizen. Perhaps he has changed and if so, I wish him well and advise him to chose is associates more carefully when he gets out of jail on the parole violation. And don’t blame his parole officer for turning in Ramirez. That guy was just doing his job; it is up to the police and prosecutors to determine if there is enough evidence to charge a crime. Clearly, they did not have this evidence early in the case so I hope our chief and mayor show some restraint in this case. The bottom line is Mr. Stow is still in serious condition and the Dodgers may still be suffering from this unfortunate incident.

  27. nedisajerk says:

    Happy Bday Kuo can’t believe he just turned 30 years old today.

  28. DodgerZona says:

    And here we go….Lilly sucks

  29. trublu4ever says:

    Get rid of Lilly….please!

  30. vl4eccjr says:

    Well, that ought to do it for tonight. . . 😦

  31. Matt’s back in Beast Mode (at least i HOPE he is)!

  32. trublu4ever says:

    Rally time!

  33. Yeah!!!! Even Lilly is hitting!!!!

  34. trublu4ever says:

    Wouldn’t you know it…Lilly gets the rbis…lol

  35. vl4eccjr says:

    WOW! I guess Lilly’s trying to make up for piss poor pitching.

  36. Wow, we have a great opportunity going here. . . let’s hope that Loney comes through. Professional pride, guys – let’s make it happen!!!

  37. trublu4ever says:

    I’m really not surprised, Especially this year!

  38. vl4eccjr says:

    Holy Shit!
    Charity IS accepted!!

  39. trublu4ever says:

    Oh, no….guess who?!

  40. trublu4ever says:

    Paid attendance….34,590….I’d say, in the stadium, about 25,000.

  41. vl4eccjr says:

    As long as Grrrear doesn’t come out of the pen, I like their chances.

  42. nedisajerk says:

    Nationals lead the league in blown save with 21 but have the 5th best ERA from there bullpen with an ERA is 3.22. The Padres bullpen implode than the Braves.

  43. trublu4ever says:

    YAY..A WIN!

  44. What a nice gift the Nationals gave us! Happy day!

  45. vl4eccjr says:

    WOW! A walk off!! How rare!

  46. dodgereric says:

    Game 52 attendance (2010): 43,506
    Today’s attendance courtesy of trumom: 34,590
    Greater than last year = 8 / Less than last year = 43
    5th straight game of negative attendance
    Games less than 30,000 this season – 7
    Games less than 30,000 in 2005 – 2010: none
    Last game was 9/14/2004 – 29,704
    Lowest attended game of the year: Game 8 – 27,439
    Largest single game drop: Game 18 (55,662 – 28,419 = 27,243)
    2010 attendance (52 games) – 2,335,929 (44,922 average)
    2011 attendance (52 games) – 1,904,908 (36,633 average) #10 in MLB
    Drop of 431,021 total
    Average drop of 8289
    Extrapolated for 81 games – 671,398
    Projected 2011 final attendance – 2,967,261
    2010’s final attendance – 3,562,318 (#3 in MLB)
    Next game’s (53) attendance in 2010 – 39,897
    Crowds less than 30,000 in 2010: none. 2011: 7
    Crowds 30,000 – 39,999 in 2010: 10. 2011: 32
    Crowds 40,000 – 49,999 in 2010: 31. 2011: 9
    Crowds 50,000 – 55,999 in 2010: 7. 2011: 1
    Sellouts (56,000) in 2010: 4. 2011: 3

  47. 32and53fan says:

    If someone would like to write the thread for Sunday’s game, be my guest.

    Check my post on how to create a post if you are not sure how to do it.

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