2nd Bryan Stow Attacker, Marvin Norwood, Gets 2 1/2 Years on Federal Gun Charges

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Defendant Marvin Norwood and his attorney Victor Escobedo during Norwood’s preliminary hearing in Los Angeles Superior court May 31, 2012. (Credit: Getty Images)

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A second man convicted of assaulting San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodgers Stadium was sentenced Thursday to 2 1/2 years in federal prison on gun charges.

Marvin Norwood, 34, was also ordered to serve three years of supervised release. He pleaded guilty Jan. 22 to one count of being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition, officials said.

Norwood’s sentencing comes two weeks after Louie Sanchez, 32, was ordered to serve additional time in prison for the same offense.

The weapons, including a 12-gauge shotgun, two semiautomatic rifles, a pistol and a revolver, were discovered in a crawl space in Norwood’s home in Rialto when detectives were serving a search warrant in connection with the Stow beating.

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