Two Suspects Being Held in Bryan Stow Beating, Giovanni Ramirez Exonerated
TMZ is reporting that two suspects are in custody in connection with the beating of Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium. Let’s just say the two in custody have a rap sheet that isn’t going to give them much sympathy with a judge.
The two men are 29-year-old Louie Sanchez and 30-year-old Marvin Norwood. Both are being held on $500,000 bond and have previous convictions that make them prime suspects in the beating.
This is how TMZ is reporting the story:
Norwood has been arrested in San Bernardino County 5 times, including one for spousal abuse. He was convicted for spousal abuse and various DUI and drug charges.
Sanchez has been arrested 9 times in San Bernardino County, and he has an arrest for spousal abuse. Sanchez was convicted on spousal abuse and firearms violations, including carrying a LOADED gun in a public place.
All told, Sanchez has been arrested by THREE different police departments in THREE different cities.
A third suspect, Dorene Sanchez, 31 was taken into custody at the same residence as Louie Sanchez. She was identified as his sister and the mother of a child with Norwood, according to arrest records. She was held on suspicion of being an accessory to the crime and posted $50,000 bail and was released, according to an LA Times report.
Previously held in custody, Giovanni Ramirez was exonerated after the arrest of Sanchez and Norwood. Now, as an earlier BSO Post suggested, the LAPD should be embarrassed for their arrest of Ramirez. Regardless of who’s at fault, the world is waiting for someone to be brought to justice for the crime.