Smyrna police have identified the trio as Malcom Casson of Camden, Quintin Lowman of Harrington and Daryl Glover of Smyrna.

Three suspects have been arrested after Smyrna police investigated stabbings that occurred during a Friday fight.

At about 2:06 a.m. Aug. 19, a man walked into the Smyrna Police Department lobby with injuries to his upper torso and said he had just been stabbed by an acquaintance, said Smyrna Police Department spokesman Cpl. Brian M. Donner.

Officers administered first aid until the man was taken to Bayhealth-Kent General Hospital by emergency medical services personnel.

After investigating, police said Malcom Casson, 23, of Camden, and Quintin Lowman, 37, of Harrington, went to a home in the unit block of East Mount Vernon Street and fought with Daryl Glover, 53, of Smyrna.

During the fight, all three men used knives, and Glover and Lowman suffered serious injuries, Donner said.

Officers took Casson and Lowman into custody at Kent General. Glover also was taken into custody after being treated for his injuries.

While in Smyrna police custody, Lowman allegedly tried escape from the building, Donner said. The reasons behind this fight are still unknown, he added.

All three suspects were medically cleared and arraigned by video in Justice of the Peace Court 2.

Lowman is charged with attempted first-degree murder, possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony, second-degree escape, second-degree conspiracy and theft under $1,500. He was committed to the Department of Correction for lack of $203,000 secured bond.

Casson is charged with attempted manslaughter, first-degree assault, possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony and second-degree conspiracy. He was jailed on a $151,000 secured bond.

Glover is charged with first-degree assault and committed to the Department of Correction on a $25,000 secured bond.