Donte Marin, left, and Robert Marin, right, have been charged in connection with a fight at a motorcycle club.
Weeks after New London police arrested two brothers suspected in a stabbing at the Wild Style Riders Motorcycle Clubhouse, police have arrested a different set of brothers.
During the early hours on Saturday, Sept 22, police responded to a report of an assault stabbing at the Wild Style Riders Motorcycle Clubhouse at 130 Bank St. and found Anthony Swift, 26, suffering from multiple wounds, according to a news release from police.
Police said Swift had been injured during a large fight.
As police were investigating, they learned that more people had been assaulted during a fight at the club, which spilled out into the parking lot, and were being treated at Lawrence & Memorial Hospital.
On Thursday, police served arrest warrants on Robert Marin, 22, and Donte Marin, 21, both of New London.
They turned themselves in at police headquarters after speaking with a detective regarding the stabbing. Both were charged with assault in the first degree and breach of peace.
At the end of September, police obtained arrest warrants for Jose Roman, 35, of Elm Street in New London, and Juan Baptista-Roman, 31, of Lorenzo Street in, Waterford, in connection with the assault stabbing.
The Roman brothers have been charged with assault in the first degree and carrying a dangerous weapon.
Jose Roman and Juan Baptista-Roman are both being held on a $400,000 court-set bond and are due in court on Oct. 22.
Police said they investigated and determine that Jose Roman, the president of the motorcycle club, and Juan Baptista-Roman, the vice president of the club, were responsible for Swift’s injuries.
The Day of New London reported last week that the city has closed the club because the group did not have the permit needed to operate a members-only club in that location.