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Police release new details in Osceola shooting, ID victim

The County Metro Homicide Unit released new details in the shooting that happened at a house on Douglas Road in St. Joseph County Tuesday night.

According to investigators, police were called to 10063 Douglas Road after a 9-1-1 call was made about a shooting.

When officers arrived, they found Arles Slaven deceased.

According to investigators, multiple shots were fired inside the house, but they would not confirm how many times the victim was shot.

CMHU says four people left the home together after the shooting and they would like to speak with them about the shooting.

  • Steven Charles Flaim, also known as Charlie, is a resident of the home where the incident happened. He was recently in a car accident and lost a foot. He is on crutches and sometimes uses a wheelchair.
  • Deonte Stutzman
  • Unknown male 
  • Terrell - Police say Terrell may have been the shooter. He has tattoos on the back of both hands, on the right side of his face and on his arms. He is an aspiring rapper. Police have confirmed his first name, but do not know how it is spelled or his last name.

The four left together in a green sedan, possibly a Toyota Camry, that is in "bad shape."

St Joseph County Police say they have been called out to the home 20 times in the last three years.

Police did not release a motive, but said the shooting happened after a confrontation.

"There was some kind of disagreement between a couple and it escalated from there to something else," said Lieutenant David Wells of Metro Homicide.

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