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Stadium Shooting Not About Rivalry, Police Says
2003-12-05 08:34
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Meant to mention this Thursday. The Times quotes Lt. Jorge Villegas of the Los Angeles Police Department as saying that the September Dodger Stadium shooting was not related to fan rivalry:

On Sept. 19, about 10 p.m., Marc Antenorcruz of Covina was walking in the stadium parking lot with his sister, brother and a friend, when an argument broke out with another group, which included Marron, police said.

"Despite what was reported, there is no information from anybody that the dispute was over the baseball teams," Villegas said. "It was not about baseball."

The dispute, which Villegas did not describe further, led to Antenorcruz being shot twice after a man he was arguing with pulled a .25-caliber semiautomatic handgun from a truck, police said.

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