Man in critical condition after altercation with Raiders fans at Ravens game

Man in critical condition after altercation with Raiders fans at Ravens game

A Jessup man was taken to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center with a serious head injury Sunday night after an altercation at M&T Bank Stadium with two Oakland Raiders fans, who were arrested, Baltimore police said.

Police spokesman Donny Moses said he couldn’t confirm how the altercation started, but said he was at the stadium Sunday afternoon when he heard police summoned about a fight on a ramp between the third and fourth levels, and calls made for an ambulance. Moses did not identify the men who were arrested, or what charges they face. He did say they were from New York.

Susan Bauer identified the injured man as her brother, Joseph Bauer, 55. She said he was attending the game with his wife and another couple when he got into a verbal argument with a group of Raiders fans near a concession stand toward the end of the game.

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