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Chief Beck speaks about attack at Dodger Stadium

On Thursday April 7, 2011, Chief of Police Charlie Beck was joined by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Councilman Ed Reyes to discuss the attack on Bryan Stow, a San Francisco Giants fan attacked by two suspects after the Dodger’s home opening game a week ago today.  Also in attendance were family members and close friends of Bryan Stow to show their support.  They did not provide comment and asked for the media to respect their request not to be asked questions.  The Mayor and Councilman Reyes thanked the Los Angeles City Council for approving a reward of $50,000 dollars for the capture of the two suspects.  They also asked the public to contact the LAPD with any tips as there were a large number of people who may have witnessed the attack and can provide information on the suspects.  Councilman Reyes asked for the two suspects to turn themselves in as justice will prevail.

To hear the Chief’s comments about his plans for security measures please click on the link below.

Chief Beck speaks about attack on Giants fan

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