OKLAHOMA CITY - Police are investigating after a disturbance turned deadly in west Oklahoma City.

According to the Oklahoma City Police Department, officers responded to a reported disturbance at the Super 40 Inn located at 301 South Council.

Upon arrival, officers located two victims suffering from stab wounds. One man, 27-year-old Henry Gilberto Vicente, was pronounced dead at the scene and the female victim, 32-year-old Lana Delodge, was taken to a local hospital in critical condition.

Shortly after, police say a vehicle matching the suspect description was involved in a crash on eastbound Interstate 40 near Agnew. Officers say the vehicle wrecked into a semi and two men were inside. There was a large amount of blood, but officers do believe one of those men was the suspect they were looking for in connection with the hotel. 

Police arrested two suspects, identified as Samuel Nino, 37 and Jesse Nino, 35.

It is not clear what led to the stabbing, but investigators believe the group of people knew each other prior to the altercation. 

“At this point we’re not really sure. There was some kind of altercation in the room and somebody, we don’t know who yet, produced a large knife and ended up with at least three people stabbed,” Officer Michael Norris of OCPD said.

Police says it is unclear if the suspect was injured in the struggle.

Samuel Nino was booked into the Oklahoma County jail, while Jesse Nino was admitted to the hospital with knife wounds and will be booked into jail upon his release from the hospital.