Two brothers, 19 and 21, are charged after filming fake stabbing

Two brothers in Maryland have been arrested for ‘orchestrating a stabbing hoax’ for social media that saw both emergency and fire & rescue personnel dispatched to their home.

Denidson Jean, 21, and Pierre Jean, 19, were both charged with knowingly causing a false call for an ambulance and making false statement to an officer with the intent to deceive and cause an investigation. 

The video was posted to YouTube to an account allegedly ran by the brothers, but that video along with all others has been deleted from the page. 

The pair were arrested on Feb. 8 in connection to a Jan. 24 911 call that saw the first responders at the scene located on the 12700 block of Laurie Drive in Silver Springs, according to a release from the Montgomery County Police Department. 

Denidson Jean, 21

Denidson Jean, 21

Pierre Jean, 19

Pierre Jean, 19

Denidson Jean, 21, and Pierre Jean, 19, were both charged with knowingly causing a false call for an ambulance and making false statement to an officer with the intent to deceive and cause an investigation.

Since deleted video show the pair getting ready to prank their family

Since deleted video show the pair getting ready to prank their family

Since deleted video show the pair getting ready to prank their family 

A caller speaking with the dispatcher told them that the two brothers had been fighting in the house and it looked as if one stabbed the other in the neck with a knife. 

The responding officer who arrived at the scene found Denidson in the kitchen lying in a large amount of what appeared to be blood, with a t-shirt held close to his necks. The officer believed that the man was holding the t-shirt to his neck to stop the bleeding. 

Pierre was standing over his brother, according to authorities,  and told the officer ‘I didn’t mean to,’ when asked who stabbed Denidson. 

The release states that the officer immediately began administering first aid to Denidson, radioing for advanced life support (ALS) response from fire & rescue. 

Four others residents were also said to be inside the home, adding to the chaos of the scene with their ‘yelling and crying.’

Denidson can be seen pouring fake blood on himself as the pair prepare to do their prank

Denidson can be seen pouring fake blood on himself as the pair prepare to do their prank

Denidson can be seen pouring fake blood on himself as the pair prepare to do their prank

After getting the scene ready, Pierre alerts his other family members about the 'stabbing'

After getting the scene ready, Pierre alerts his other family members about the 'stabbing'

After getting the scene ready, Pierre alerts his other family members about the ‘stabbing’

After approximately two minutes of the cop rendering aid to the man, Denidson is said to have sat up and immediately started laughing. 

He allegedly explained to the officer that he was playing a prank for social media and it was determined that he was not injured as other officers arrived on the scene.

Officers would later find prop blood at the home, along with a digital camera which ‘had been placed in the kitchen light.’ 

Pierre and Denidson created the scene, police said, with Pierre then going to get the other people living in the home. It was then that Pierre directed the group to call 911 five times, according to the release.

Police at the scene could be seen looking at the pair with frustration as they realize they have been pranked

Police at the scene could be seen looking at the pair with frustration as they realize they have been pranked

Police at the scene could be seen looking at the pair with frustration as they realize they have been pranked

There is no current indication that the other residents knew that the entire ordeal was a prank, police state. 

Both Denidson and Pierre have since been released from custody.  

‘The suspects’ decision to orchestrate this hoax for social media and set it into motion with directing a call to 9-1-1 demonstrated a total disregard for the numerous Montgomery County police officers and Fire & Rescue personnel who were dispatched to the residence,’ Montgomery Police Chief Marcus Jones said in the release.

‘These officers and medical personnel responded in an emergency status (activating vehicle overhead lights and siren) to render aid to the alleged stabbing victim, causing unnecessary risk to the emergency responders and the community. The suspects created a dangerous and chaotic scene for the officers and other residents in the home, and we are fortunate that no one was hurt or injured during this situation.  

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