Stow Beating Case Transfers from LAPD to Elite Unit

June 16th, 2011 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

The Los Angeles Police Department has transferred the Bryan Stow Dodger Stadium beating investigation from their division detectives to their elite Robert Homicide Division (RHD), who handles more high-profile cases. Giovanni Ramierz was arrested as a suspect in the case over two weeks ago; he has yet to be charged with connection to the beating. Prosecutors are in need of more evidence before charging Ramirez. Ramirez even under went a polygraph test, but those results have not been released.

Suspect Arrested in Bryan Stow Case

May 22nd, 2011 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

The Los Angeles Police Department formally arrested a suspect in the Bryan Stow case on Sunday, 5/22, afternoon. LAPD raided and initially arrested the suspect, Giovanni Ramirez, 31, at an apartment in East Hollywood. They spent several hours questioning Ramirez, which eventually led to his formal arrest. Ramirez was booked on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon. The police are considering the deadly weapon to be his foot, since he is accused of kicking Stow while he was unconscious on the ground. Ramirez is being held on a $1-million bail.

Sports Fan Violence Update

May 19th, 2011 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Nearly two months ago a Giants fan, Bryan Stow, who was wearing a Giants jersey, was violently attacked and nearly beaten to death at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA. On Thursday, May 19th Stow finally opened his eyes, but still remains in critical condition. Doctor’s report that they are uncertain about Stow’s long-term recovery, but are being aggressive in his treatment. It will take weeks before they have a better understanding of the level of brain damage that has been caused.

Active In the Community

May 2nd, 2011 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

All-Pro Bail Bonds is committed to supporting charities and community services throughout California. Recently, several members of All-Pro attended the Chinese New Year Celebration and fundraiser for Promises 2 Kids (P2K) in San Diego. P2K is a non-profit organization that benefits abused and foster children in San Diego. The All-Pro team supports the positive outreach to these children to help better their lives. Sports and athletic activities are a great part of the community to be involved in. All-Pro supports the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) Women’s Golf Team. Claims Manager at All-Pro, Susan Shapiro, is the Assistant Coach for UCSC Women’s Basketball Team and was involved in putting together a golf group to play in a match sponsoring the UCSC Women’s Golf Team. Gary Cates and Jeff Dougherty led the All-Pro Bail Bonds team around the Pasatiempo Golf Course.

Sports Fan Violence

April 21st, 2011 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

In Los Angeles, CA, violence broke out among fans at the San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game. A Giants fan, wearing a Giants jersey, was nearly beaten to death outside Dodger Stadium on March 31. Sources state that he was hospitalized after the brutal attack, in a coma for a week, and he may suffer brain damage. A similar incident occurred in Oakland, CA, outside Oracle Arena between fans of the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers fan, wearing a Kobe Bryant jersey, was taunted during and after the game. Three Warriors fans violently confronted him after the game, breaking his jaw. Many are concerned about the violence that has occurred with sports fans recently. Sports psychologists say there is more aggressive acting out by athletes on the field lately and this is being mirrored in the behaviors of the fans. Aggression has turned opposing fans violent toward one another, resulting in serious injuries. For more information, visit and

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