The four men charged in yesterday’s stabbings, from left: Carlos Gutierrez-Zacupa, Marvin Siciliano-Nunez, Nelvin Ramos-Andrades, and Luis Linares-Chavez. Photos: Southampton Town Police

Four men, including a Flanders resident, have been arrested in connection with stabbings at a Hampton Bays bar that left a Riverhead man in “grave condition” according to Southampton Town Police.

Police were called for a reported stabbing at Charlie Brown’s on Montauk Highway at about 3:50 a.m. yesterday, according to a police press release. They found a two victims in the parking lot there, including a 30-year-old Riverhead man who had been stabbed in the torso. He was rushed to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital where, according to the report, he is listed in “grave condition.” The second stabbing victim, a 23-year-old man, was taken to Peconic Bay Medical Center, where he is listed in serious but stable condition, police said.

Officers located the suspects in a car a few miles away from the scene, according to the report.

Police charged the following with gang assault in the first degree, a class B felony:

Carlos Gutierrez-Zacupa, 23, of Flanders
Marvin Siciliano-Nunez, 19, of Hampton Bays
Nelvin Ramos-Andrades, 18, of Hampton Bays
Luis Linares-Chavez, 22, of Westhampton

Luis Linares-Chavez was additionally charged with a Driving While Ability Impaired.

Southampton Town Police ask that anyone with information on any criminal activity call the Southampton Town Police at 631-728-5000, the Southampton Town Detective Unit at 631-702-2230, or the Crime Hotline at 631-728- 3454. All calls will be kept confidential. You may also email us at [email protected]

Editor’s note: A criminal charge is an accusation. By law, a person charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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