Witness Says Bryan Stow’s Attacker Struck At Least 1 Other Giants Fan

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Just before he helped beat Bryan Stow unconscious at Dodger Stadium, Louie Sanchez struck at least one other San Francisco Giants fan in the parking lot, an eyewitness testified Monday.


Louie Sanchez, who got eight years in prison for the attack on Bryan Stow, at a February court appearance. (Credit: Los Angeles Times)

Sanchez appeared drunk and smelled of marijuana on March 31, 2011, as he yelled profanities at a group of men who appeared to be in their early 20s and then initiated a fight, said eyewitness Anamaria Davila.

“They were scared, they kept trying to back away,” she said at the civil trial that accuses the Los Angeles Dodgers and former owner Frank McCourt of negligence in Stow’s attack. “They had their hands up telling people they didn’t want any trouble.”

Afterward, Sanchez attempted to give Davila a high-five.

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