Police deny reports of DNA link in Stow case
LOS ANGELES (KGO) -- The Los Angeles Times reports that police sources are denying a television station's report of a blood-stained Dodgers jersey linking the prime suspect to beaten Giants fan Bryan Stow.
Sources tell the Times a blood-stained Dodgers jersey was handed over to investigators, but DNA tests showed no match to suspect Giovanni Ramirez or victim Bryan Stow. A dry cleaner gave the jersey to the LAPD after someone brought it to his shop shortly after Stow was beaten on opening day at Dodger stadium.
Stow remains in a coma at San Francisco General Hospital.
Ramirez is in jail on a parole hold and has not been formally charged with the crime. Police continue to look for two other suspects in the case.
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