UPDATE: The Los Angeles Times reports that anonymous law enforcement sources said that the bloodstained jersey is not connected to the beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow, following DNA testing.
Previously: NBC4 is reporting that blood on a jersey brought to a dry cleaner may be the blood of the Giants fan beaten at Dodger Stadium Opening Day.
City News Service says the LAPD cannot confirm the report.
The shirt was then submitted to a DNA test, which confirmed the blood belonged to Stow.
According to NBC4, a source in the police department said the tee-shirt does not belong to Ramirez.
Meantime, the contents of Ramirez's parole file have been released.
According to KTLA 5, the information inside suggests Ramirez may not have possessed a gun when police raided the apartment where he was.
Ramirez is the only suspect in custody in the beating of Bryan Stow. Charges have not been filed against him in the Stow beating.
But he's being held for a parole violation because of the gun.
Earlier this week, the investigation in the Stow beating was shifted from the LAPD's Northeast Division to an elite unit within the LAPD.