LSU Football Custodian Arrested For Beating And Robbing A Long Time Fan After The South Carolina Game

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Baton Rouge police arrested 19-year-old Gary Ramses Walker on Monday for attacking and robbing LSU fan Danny Dwyer after the October 24 game against South Carolina. Walker was a custodian assigned to work in a bathroom at LSU’s Tiger Stadium. Police say Walker hit Dwyer over the head with a broom handle before stealing his wallet. LSU Police Department says they received two phone calls identifying Walker as the suspect.


Dwyer, a 25-year season ticket holder, said he stayed until the LSU band was done playing after the game and stopped by a restroom on his way out. That’s when the attack occurred. “There were 2 hard blows to the back of my head,” Dwyer told police. “And as I was on the floor, the person continued to hit me on the back of the head. And probably rained down 14-15 blows.” Dwyer’s daughter-in-law wrote about the incident in detail on Facebook.

“My sweet father-in-law (FIL), a long time LSU season ticket holder, loving husband, son, father and grandpa, was attacked from behind and robbed at the urinal while using the LSU stadium bathroom near his section on the lower level of the South End zone with police just outside. He was in the bathroom along with a few other fans once the LSU vs South Carolina game had ended and people were leaving the stadium on October 24, 2020.

The attacker was sweeping the bathroom floor. Once my FIL was the only remaining fan in the bathroom the attacker locked the front entrance to bathroom, hit my FIL over the head several times until he fell to the floor and then continued to beat him. He seemed to get angry that my FIL was still conscious and yelled, “ Stay down Mother F*cker!”. He took my FIL’s wallet that contained possibly $100 or less in cash along with credit cards. The attacker exited out of the back bathroom entrance/exit ( No cameras in this area). My FIL was able to get up and go to Stadium/ campus police that were near to report the attack.”

The attacker, Gary Ramses Walker, was arrested in August for a controlled substance and “introduction of contraband into a jail”. Walker has been interviewed since the incident with Dwyer at LSU, denying he had any part in the robbery. “I didn’t rob nobody,” Walker told TV station WAFB. “They got the wrong guy.”

Walker’s record definitely doesn’t bode well for his case. And the victim, LSU fan Danny Dwyer, claims that he walked into the bathroom to use the urinal around 10 p.m and noticed that the only other person in the room was Walker.

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