CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Mecklenburg County Medical Examiners released the autopsy of a teen that was killed at a party in southeast Charlotte in February.

According to the autopsy, 18-year-old Christian Isaac Allen was shot four times. There was also alcohol in Allen's system.

The autopsy revealed that Allen was shot twice in the chest as well as once in the right elbow and left wrist.

Officers discovered the teen outside a home suffering from gunshot wounds when they were called to a house party in February. He was taken to CMC where he was pronounced dead by medical staff.

Allen was a high school football player at East Mecklenburg High School.

Police later arrested 22-year-old Carlos Olguin and charged him with Isaac's murder.

Detectives say they've confirmed that Allen and Olguin were two of several subjects involved in an argument that led to Sunday's shooting at a party at the home on Kelford Lane in South Charlotte. Allen was shot at the party and later died in the hospital.

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