APPLETON - We have new details into what authorities say was a bar fight which turned into a shooting.
Authorities say 24-year-old Kamewan Salzman died after he was shot this weekend outside Benderz Bar in the Town of Oneida.
Two teens are now charged with Salzman's death. They made their initial appearances in Outagamie County Court Monday.
Alejandro Silva, 18, is charged with first-degree intentional homicide. Benjamin Evans, 17, is charged with aiding a felon and possession of a firearm.
Silva and Evans appeared in court separately Monday.
According to the criminal complaint ,Silva and the victim, Kamewan Salzman, got into a fight outside Benderz Bar early Saturday morning.
Witnesses reported they saw Silva take a gun from Evans and shoot at Salzman four times.
Outagamie County District Attorney Carrie Schneider said the motive is still unknown.
"There isn't anything that we have been able to determine that's specifically clear at this point other than just alcohol and other factors," explained Schneider.
Salzman later died at the hospital. According to autopsy results he was killed by a single gunshot wound to the chest.
Schneider told FOX 11 Evans took the gun from Silva after the shooting and hid it. The criminal complaint said a witness heard Evans say he, "took care of it."
"He and Mr. Silva had the firearm close to the shooting and were passing it back and forth. There were some comments made about the firearm and who was gonna have it and what they were gonna do if something happened," said Schneider.
Police have still not found the gun.
Silva's Bail is $200,000 cash. Schneider told us she had good reason to set a high bond for Silva.
"You have the most serious charge. We have several different witnesses who make a report about the offense, his flight from the scene immediately thereafter and his use of a firearm and that firearm then going missing after the fact," Schneider explained.
Evans' bail is $25,000 cash.
Schneider told us both teenagers have prior juvenile records.
Both suspects are scheduled to be back in court later this week.
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