WINDSOR MILL, Md. (WMAR) — Two teenage brothers have been charged after a playground dispute led to three neighbors being stabbed.
Baltimore County Police identified the two suspects as 15-year-old's Jermaine Isaiah Foster and Jordan Tyrone Foster.
Officials say the incident happened late Sunday night in the 2500 block Elesmere Drive in Windsor Mill, where the suspects and victims both live.
It all began when two men came to the aid of a 14-year-old family member, who had just been threatened by the Foster brothers at a nearby playground.
The group eventually began to fight, at which time at least one of the suspects pulled a knife and stabbed the two men.
One of the victims, an 18-year-old male, sustained a punctured lung and is in critical condition. A 40-year-old man was also stabbed to the upper body but is expected to survive. At some point the 14-year-old tried to break up the fight and was stabbed in the process. He was treated and released at the scene.
Both Foster brothers had fled by the time police arrived, but they were located and arrested just after midnight. Each has been charged as an adult with two counts of attempted first- degree homicide and three counts of first-degree assault. They are being held by Baltimore County Corrections on denied bail status pending bail review hearings