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Teen suspect in deadly Shelton confined to home and monitored 24/7

A teen suspect in a deadly stabbing case was ordered to be confined to his home and monitored 24 hours a day.
Published: May. 23, 2022 at 4:36 PM EDT|Updated: May. 24, 2022 at 6:56 AM EDT
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(WFSB) - A teen suspect in a deadly stabbing case was ordered to be confined to his home and monitored 24 hours a day.

Raul Valle, 16, posted his $2 million bond and was released, according to his attorney Jake Donovan.

Valle is charged with killing 17-year-old Jimmy McGrath at a house party in Shelton earlier this month.

A motion was made to lower the bond, but the judge denied it.

Valle’s family was able to post the bond to get him released.

He was been charged with murder and three counts of first-degree assault.

The judge set requirements for Valle’s release, including GPS monitoring and being locked down at home 24/7.

Valle can leave for medical and legal appointments, but he has to get probation’s permission first.

He also had to turn over his passport.

Police said Valle stabbed and killed McGrath on May 14 in Shelton.

McGrath attended Fairfield College Preparatory.

Valle is not allowed to have any contact with any of the victim’s family, and can not contact anyone who was involved in the night of McGrath’s death.

According to the arrest warrant, two Shelton teens arrived at a party of St. Joseph High School students on Lazy Brook Road.

After some sort of fight there, some of those St. Joseph’s students went to a party at Laurel Glen Drive.

A punch was thrown, a fight broke out, and police said Valle stabbed four teens in total.

Valle’s next court date was set for July 15.

Raul Valle, 16, posted his $2 million bond and was released, according to his attorney Jake Donovan.
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