Crime notebook: Man on dirt bike killed in Castle Street wreck; two men stabbed outside Ogden bar is your source for free news and information in the Wilmington area.

Wilmington police are investigating a wreck that killed a 34-year-old man on a dirt bike on Saturday night.

The wreck occurred at the intersection of South 10th and Castle streets just before 9 p.m., according to police spokeswoman Cathryn Lindsay.

A dirt bike and a four-wheeler were reportedly racing westbound on Castle Street at a high rate of speed without lights, Lindsay said. The dirt bike reportedly hit a Jeep Cherokee traveling east on Castle Street as it was turning north onto South 10th Street.

The man was thrown from the dirt bike and taken to New Hanover Regional Medical Center, where he later died.

The man who was driving the four-wheeler reportedly left the scene of the wreck when police arrived, Lindsay said. The investigation is ongoing.

New Hanover County

Detectives with the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office are searching for two suspects wanted in connection with a stabbing outside an Ogden bar early Sunday morning.

Two men were stabbed during a fight in the parking lot of the Beach House, 7219 Market St., at about 12:38 a.m., according to New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office Spokesman Sgt. Jason Augst.

A Hispanic man reportedly stabbed both victims and left the scene with a white man driving a compact Mazda SUV that was light gray or blue, Augst said.

Two men were taken to New Hanover Regional Medical Center, where they were treated for injuries that were not considered life-threatening. They have since been released from the hospital, Augst said.

The Hispanic male suspect had a short, stocky build and wore a light colored shirt and shorts. The white male suspect is described as tall and thin. He had a pony-tail and wore a T-shirt and shorts.

The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office at 910-798-4161. Anonymous tips may be submitted on the sheriff’s office website.