SHELTON \u2014 Police have charged three teens in connection with a fight at a Lazy Brook Road home that preceded the fatal stabbing of James McGrath at another house party in May. Shelton police said a 16-year-old boy and two 17-year-old boys turned themselves in to police on warrants for their arrest. One of the 17-year-olds was charged with second-degree assault and second-degree breach of peace, police said. He was released on $25,000 bond. Police said the two other teens were charged with third-degree assault and second-degree breach of peace. Both were later released. Police said all three teens are due to appear in juvenile court on Aug. 3. In a statement released Thursday, Michael J. Rosnick, an attorney representing McGrath\u2019s family, said they are \u201cpleased with the news of the additional arrests.\u201d \u201cI would also note that we are pleased with the progress of the Shelton Police Department. It continues with its exhaustive investigation to hold all those accountable who played a role in the tragic events that took place leading to the death of Jimmy McGrath,\u201d Rosnick said. Police said the arrests stem from a fight that occurred outside a home on Lazy Brook Road in Shelton that precipitated a second brawl on Laurel Glen Drive that left McGrath dead. During the earlier fight, police said the three teens charged Thursday assaulted a 16-year-old male victim. \u201cOne juvenile assaulted the victim with a helmet,\u201d police said in a statement. That fight then led to another altercation that broke out at the home on Laurel Glen Drive. Police said the fight there \u201cis still an open investigation that is being conducted by the Shelton Detective Bureau.\u201d McGrath, a 17-year-old Fairfield College Preparatory School student, died after being stabbed during the fight at the Laurel Glen Drive home. Authorities have already charged 16-year-old Raul Eliah Valle with murder in McGrath\u2019s death. The St. Joseph High School student was also charged with three counts of first-degree assault. Witnesses told police Valle was at another party on Lazy Brook Road that night with other students from St. Joseph High. During the party, students from Shelton High School arrived, leading to an altercation between the two groups of students. The Shelton High students left, with some going to the other party on Laurel Glen Drive. But the two groups continued \u201cbad-mouthing each other\u201d in a group chat, according to one witness quoted in the warrant for Valle\u2019s arrest. Police believe Valle and others then drove to the party at the Laurel Glen Drive home. After they were told to leave, a fight ensued, during which McGrath was stabbed, according to the warrant. Three other teens were also stabbed during the brawl, according to the warrant. McGrath was taken to Bridgeport Hospital where he died about an hour later. Police arrested Valle and he was released on $2 million bond. He is subject to monitoring by an electronic ankle bracelet, and is confined to his home.