LUMBERTON, N.J. — A father and his adult son are facing aggravated assault charges following a fight outside a southern New Jersey home that ended with a New York City man fatally stabbed and another seriously injured.

Burlington County prosecutors say 56-year-old Supreme Life and 32-year-old Antoine Ketler, both of Lumberton, were due to make their initial court appearances Tuesday. But it wasn’t known if they had retained attorneys.

The two victims were found around 10:40 p.m. Sunday when police responded to a Lumberton home. Both were taken to a hospital but 26-year-old Moriah Walker, of Brooklyn, was pronounced dead there a few hours later.

The injured victim, 23-year-old Raheem Williams, of Queens, underwent surgery for a stab wound. He remained hospitalized Tuesday in critical but stable condition.

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