UPDATE 2 men arrested for Dillon Valley stabbing

Two brothers have been arrested on felony assault charges for a stabbing in Dillon Valley on May 3.

Dixon Briones-Garmendia and Gerson Briones-Garmendia were arrested less than a day later. The two were allegedly involved in a fight that left one other man wounded.

The victim is expected to recover. The men were fighting over noise and speeding.

Dixon Briones-Garmendia (left below) is charged with first-degree assault and more. Gerson Briones-Garmendia (right below) faces second-degree assault and more. Both are in jail.

“Violence and intimidation have no place in Summit County,” Summit County Sheriff Jaime FitzSimons says in a release. “My thanks to our community and the dedicated staff of the sheriff’s office for their collaborative efforts in this case.”

From May 4:

A man was stabbed last night in Dillon Valley.

The man and several others were involved in an alleged fight when he was stabbed. His wounds were not life threatening.

According to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, the suspects fled before authorities arrived. No one is currently in custody.

The sheriff’s office is following leads. You will see deputies and police in Dillon Valley as detectives investigate the scene and interview witnesses.

A complete report from the sheriff’s office:

On May 3, at approximately 9:45 p.m., deputies from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office and Dillon Police Officers responded to a reported assault in Dillon Valley. Upon arrival, deputies discovered multiple adult males had been engaged in an altercation. During the altercation, one male sustained non-life threatening injuries from a stabbing. The suspects fled the scene prior to law enforcement’s arrival.

The Sheriff’s Office is actively investigating, and the Dillon Valley community should anticipate increased law enforcement presence as detectives and deputies conduct interviews and canvas the area.

“So far, this appears to be an isolated incident where a verbal altercation escalated into senseless violence,” said Summit County Sheriff Jaime FitzSimons. “If you witnessed this incident or have information about it, help us keep Summit County safe, please come forward.”