Database missed beating suspect's details
SAN FRANCISCO -- There are reports today that key descriptive information about the suspect in the beating of Giant's fan Bryan Stow was never entered into a parolee computer database.
While there is a picture of suspect Giovanni Ramirez in the law enforcement database, the San Francisco Examiner reports certain details -- like his teardrop tattoo and tattoos on his neck -- were never entered.
Police arrested the parolee last Sunday for the March 31st attack on Stow outside Dodgers Stadium. Police are still looking for a second suspect and a woman who drove both away from the scene of the attack that night.
Stow, who is from the Santa Cruz area, remains in San Francisco General Hospital in critical condition.
According to the Stow family website, blood clots have started to form in Stow's leg and doctors are very slowly weaning him off his fourth seizure medication.
Stow's family says he should be completely off the medication sometime this week.
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