LA Renews Reward in Bryan Stow Case - NBC Bay Area

LA Renews Reward in Bryan Stow Case

Two men are charged in the opening day attack in a parking lot at Dodger Stadium



    LA Renews Reward in Bryan Stow Case

    In an effort to gather more information about the March 31 assault on a San Francisco Giants fan at Dodger Stadium, county officials renewed a $25,000 reward Tuesday.

    The Bryan Stow Case: Timeline, Court Documents

    The reward, set to expire Oct. 17, was extended to at least Jan. 15. The reward is for information leading to a conviction in the case of Bryan Stow, a 42-year-old Bay Area paramedic who was attacked in a stadium parking lot on opening day.

    A total of $225,000 has been offered+, including more than $100,000 from the Dodgers, $50,000 from the LA City Council and $50,000 from radio personality Tom Leykis.

    As for Stow, family members recently posted a series of positive updates. He remains hospitalized in San Francisco, but was described as "more responsive" and "getting stronger" in a recent blog post from his family.

    The criminal case against two suspects is the subject of a Nov. 3 court date at which a preliminary hearing date will be scheduled. Louie Sanchez, 29, and Marvin Norwood, 30, are charged in the attack.

    Last month, a judge ruled that Stow's children should be dismissed from a lawsuit filed on behalf of Stow against McCourt and 13 Dodger entities. All other allegations in the lawsuit, filed May 24, were permitted.