The L.A. Times is reporting the information that lead to this morning's arrest of a suspect in the Bryan Stow beating came from a parole agent.
From the L.A. Times:
Ultimately, a parole agent contacted LAPD detectives on the case, alerting them to his suspicions that a parolee under his supervision may have been one of the attackers. From that tip, police turned their focus on the man taken into custody Sunday. Officials declined to elaborate on why the parole agent came to suspect the man. Police also did not say what they learned about the man that allowed them to obtain a search warrant for the apartment.
Here is a picture from the L.A. Times of the apartment where the suspect was arrested.
Additionally, L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck and Dodger officials have scheduled a 4 p.m. news conference at Dodger Stadium. LAPD has confirmed that to subjects were arrested this morning but only one is confirmed as a suspect they were looking for. Stay tuned for more details after the press conference.
The L.A. Times story can be found here
True to the Blue!