The two Los Angeles men convicted of beating San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodger stadium after a baseball game will be spending some time in prison.
Marvin Norwood, after pleading guilty to an assault charge likely to produce bodily injury, was sentenced to 4-years in a state prison. Louie Sanchez, who pled to a charge of mayhem with the intent to critically injure, was sentenced to 8-years.
The beating incident left Stow in a coma for months and he's still disabled and will require major medical care for the rest of his life.
No real reason was given for what happened other than Stow being an out of town fan at the wrong place at the wrong time.
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Video of Stow's father and others testifying during the sentencing hearing Thursday morning from KRON-TV: