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Search warrants served in beating of SF Giants fan

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Several people were detained for questioning Sunday after police served search warrants in the case involving the brutal beating of a San Francisco Giants fan after a game at Dodger Stadium, authorities said.

It's unclear whether those detained were possible witnesses or suspects in the March 31 beating that left Brian Stow with brain damage, Los Angeles Police Sgt. Kunch said.

Several search warrants were served at an apartment building, Kunch said, but he couldn't say how many people were detained or whether they are male or female. Building manager Maritza Camacho told the Los Angeles Times that a SWAT team descended on the East Hollywood apartment with guns drawn

Stow, a 42-year-old paramedic and father of two, was beaten in a parking lot by two men in Dodgers gear after the season opener against the Giants. No arrests have been made.

Last week, doctors reported that Stow is opening his eyes but remains in critical condition at San Francisco General Hospital.

Police Chief Charlie Beck said recently that detectives are looking into about 500 leads in their search for the attackers.

Rewards totaling more than $200,000 have been offered for information leading to the suspects' arrests.

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