Three teenagers have been charged in a fight that may have stabbed James McGrath.

Connecticut police charged three teenagers in connection with a high school fight that killed Shelton lacrosse player James McGrath in May.

Here’s everything you need to know.

3 new arrests in deadly James McGrath controversy

On May 14, high school student James McGrath was stabbed at the Laurel Glen Drive House party in Shelton, Connecticut.

During the investigation, police detained three more teenagers who were believed to be involved in another physical argument that could lead to McGrath’s murder.

Two 17-year-olds and one 16-year-old surrendered voluntarily, according to Shelton Police Department.

Three teenagers are charged with assaulting a 16-year-old student. One of them is known to have beaten a man with a helmet outside his home on Lazy Brook Road. All three of them were charged with assault.

Meanwhile, one of the 17-year-old boys was charged with second-degree assault and second-degree violation of peace. However, he was released on bail of $25,000.

The police also said that two other teenagers were charged with third-degree assault and second-degree violation of peace. Moreover, they were released shortly after their arrest.

Michael J. Rosnick, an attorney representing McGrath’s family, spoke out about the arrest in an interview on Thursday. He claimed they were “satisfied with the news of the further arrests.”

He also said, ‘I would like to note that we are satisfied with the progress of the Shelton Police Department. A thorough investigation continues to hold everyone responsible for the tragic events that led to the death of Jimmy McGrath.’

Find out more about the murder of James McGrath

James McGrath attended Fairfield College Preparatory School and locals recognize him as one of the school’s LaCrosse players.

Law enforcement officials have identified 16-year-old Raul Elia Valle as the leading suspect in reports of stabbing McGrath in the heart. He was also charged with three counts of first-degree assault.

According to documents, Ballet and his friends went to an uninvited party.

According to the report, ‘several witnesses said that three or four people who were not invited to the party arrived and got off the dark Honda SUV. Witnesses also said the parties were physically arguing with several male participants on the front lawn as they got out of the vehicle.

James McGrath

Nevertheless, St. A student from Joseph High School was detained in May and is now released on a $2 million security deposit. In addition, he is locked in the house under surveillance with an electronic ankle bracelet.



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