Two Men Arrested in Shooting of Brother of Dodgers Pitcher Josh Ravin

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Los Angeles police officers are seen outside the home of Joel Ravin, who was shot and wounded early Sunday morning, Oct. 4, 2015. (Credit: Newspro News)

Two people were arrested in connection with an attack on Joel Ravin, the older brother of Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Josh Ravin, who was shot five times outside his West Hills home, police announced Monday.

The shooting occurred about 1:45 a.m. on Oct. 4 in the 22900 block of Vanowen Street, said Sgt. Javier Lara of the Los Angeles Police Department. As the victim pulled into his residential driveway, which is in an alley, he was approached by a man described as white and in his 30s.

An altercation took place, and the assailant opened fire while the victim was inside his vehicle, Lara said. The shooter then fled the scene in a red two-door vehicle.

Ravin sustained multiple gunshot wounds to his body and was listed in critical condition, according to a news release from the Los Angeles Police Department.

On Oct. 20, Randall Elmer Stinson of Winnetka was arrested for attempted murder, kidnapping and robbery, the release stated.

A second suspect, James Baggett of Panorama City, turned himself in on Nov. 2, after a warrant was issued for his arrest.

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