Los Angeles police were able to apprehend one of the suspected attackers in the Bryan Stow case thanks to a tip from a parole agent, reports the Los Angeles Times. From that, the LAPD was able to obtain a warrant to take the suspect into custody.
While the police received numerous tips that failed to lead to a breakthrough in the case, eventually a parole officer informed the police that he believed one of his parolees may have been the alleged assaulter. At this time though, the police have neither revealed how that tip led to an arrest nor why the parole officer believed his client may have been involved in the beating.
The Dodgers are expected to hold a news conference on Sunday afternoon to discuss these recent events in the case.