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One of four men who were part-owners of a Vietnamese restaurant in Phoenix has been arrested in the stabbing deaths of two brothers who were also part-owners of the business, police say.

Two pairs of brothers owned the restaurant and one brother from each pair argued for several hours about hiring and firing of restaurant staff before the fight began, Phoenix police told the Associated Press in a May 17 story.

Brothers Brandon and Timmy Hoang were fatally stabbed.

The other pair of brothers were questioned by detectives, resulting in the arrest of 51-year-old Tony Phung on suspicion of two counts of second-degree murder.

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