Bryan Stow Moving to UCSF; Suspects’ Images Posted on L.A. Billboards

LAPD watch as Dodger fans enter Dodger stadium.
Dodger fans walk past Los Angeles Police Department officers at Dodger Stadium prior to the start of the St. Louis Cardinals and Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game on April 14, 2011. Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who was severely beaten at Dodgers Stadium on Opening Day, will soon be transferred to UCSF Medical Center, reports the NBC affiliate in Los Angeles. Stow remains in a coma but has stabilized enough to be transferred closer to his family in Northern California. Stow lives in Santa Cruz with his wife and two kids.

The same television station reports that beginning Thursday, an advertising agency will post sketches and descriptions of Stow’s alleged attackers on billboards throughout Los Angeles. To date, no arrests have been made in the attack.

Information on Stow’s condition and an updated list of fundraisers for him and his family can be found at support4bryanstow.com.

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Amanda Stupi is an interactive producer for KQED News. She grew up in Northern California, where her mother would woo her inside on warm summer nights with promises of The Monkees and CHIPS. Stupi is fascinated with the intersection between popular culture and the fine arts. Her idea of artistic perfection includes The Beastie Boys' Check Your Head, Joni Mitchell's Blue, Bull Durham, several episodes of Cheers, Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and most of Wallace Stevens' poetry. Stupi's life goals include watching every episode of Law and Order, finishing a screenplay and thanking her mom in an Oscar acceptance speech.

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