2 men arrested for Ocean City stabbing of 4

One man from Delaware and another from Maryland have been arrested for their involvement in a Friday morning stabbing in Ocean City, Maryland, that sent three people to the hospital.

Ocean City police officers arrested Stas Urbanski-Hughes, 18, of Frankford, Delaware, and Brandon Storm Allen Messick, 18, of Ocean City, Maryland, on four counts of first-degree assault, four counts of second-degree assault, four counts of reckless endangerment and openly wearing and carrying a dangerous weapon.

Officers responded to the “10-blk” of 130th Street for a report of an assault at approximately 12:35 a.m., where they found four stabbing victims in front of “Station 4 Fire Headquarters,” according to a police news release.

Ocean City EMS personnel said they treated the victims on site before three of the victims were flown to area hospitals by the Maryland State Police.

The fourth person was not transported. All four are said to have non-life-threatening injuries.

An area of where the incident occurred is below.

Glynis Kazanjian

Glynis Kazanjian has been a freelance writer covering Maryland politics and government on the local, state and federal for the last 11 years. Her work is published in Maryland Matters, the Baltimore Post Examiner, Bethesda Beat and Md. Reporter. She has also worked as a true crime researcher.

Fonda Mwangi

Fonda Mwangi is a Associate Producer at WTOP. Before joining WTOP she was an investigative intern at WJLA. She also wrote for student magazine, Envision, covering finances for college students. Fonda got her Masters in Journalism and Public Affairs from American University.

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