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Bryan Stow Beating Suspects in Court This Morning

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The two suspects accused of beating Bryan Stow at a Dodgers game last year appeared in court this morning for a pretrial, reports KTLA.

Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood are facing charges of "mayhem, assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury, and battery with serious bodily injury," according to the news site. They're accused of accosting Stow in the parking lot following a game and punching and kicking him even as he lay knocked out on the ground.

Sanchez faces additional charges of inflicting great bodily injury on Stow.

Stow has been in recovery in the bay area ever since the attack. Dodger Stadium also saw a massive increase in police presence this past season.

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