Fight over parking spot may have led to deadly stabbing in Brooklyn

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BERGEN BEACH, Brooklyn — The search is on Monday for two men who stabbed two brothers in Brooklyn, one of whom died, police said.

Investigators said the violence appears to have been sparked by an argument over a parking spot.

A 41-year-old man was taken into custody Monday at JFK Airport as he tried to board a flight to Haiti, police said. Charges against him are pending.

Police were called about 11:30 p.m. on Sunday to East 73rd Street between Avenues L and M about an assault in progress, NYPD said.

Officers arrived to find two men, who are siblings, suffering from stab wounds.

A 23-year-old who had been stabbed in the chest died at a hospital. He was later identified as Omari Dahan, of Brooklyn.

A second man, identified only as a 29-year-old, remained hospitalized Monday morning from a stab wound to his left arm, police said.

Police said they're searching for a grey Volkswagen sedan in connection with the deadly stabbing.