Suspect in Bryan Stow case had parole revoked on day of Nevada shooting 

The man who Los Angeles police suspect in the beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow had his parole revoked on the day of an attempted murder in Nevada, according to parole records.

Giovanni Ramirez, who was arrested in connection with the Stow attack, is also being looked at as a suspect in a Jan. 19 shooting in Henderson, Nev., according to The Associated Press, which quoted a source close to the Stow investigation. Henderson police, however, aren’t saying Ramirez is a suspect in the shooting.

On Jan. 19, two to three suspects shot at one victim in the town that is 15 miles southeast of Las Vegas, Henderson police spokesman Keith Paul told The San Francisco Examiner. That victim sustained injuries that were not life-threatening, Paul said.

Ramirez also had his parole revoked on Jan. 19 by a parole agent, according to parole records obtained by The Examiner. Later the same day, his parole was reactivated.

As of Wednesday evening, a spokesman for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation had not provided details about the parole status changes Jan 19.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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