One of the suspects in the attack on Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium on Opening Day was taken into police custody early Sunday morning, according to a report in the Los Angeles Times.
Joel Rubin of the Times cites sources that indicate a Los Angeles Police Department SWAT team apprehended the suspect in an East Hollywood apartment building after showing up with a warrant.
Per apartment manager Maritza Camacho, the SWAT team, with guns drawn, used loudspeakers to bring out the people in Apartment 25, one of whom was the man suspected in the Stow beating.
The police officials wouldn't give any information about the suspect, simply stating that the "investigation was ongoing."
Stow was attacked on Opening Day and was only recently moved to San Francisco General Hospital, where he remains in critical condition.
A Los Angeles advertising company donated a slew of billboards to the cause of finding Stow's attackers recently, and the reward for helping to apprehend the suspects has grown to $200,000 in the month-plus that has passed since Stow's attack.