APD identifies teen that died during SWAT standoff

THEY EXPECT TO BE WORKING THROUGH THE NICE. WE NOW KNOW THE NAME OF AN ALBUQUERQUE TEEN WHO DIED IN A HOUSE FIRE. IT BEGAN AS A SITUATION IN SOUTHEAST ALBUQUERQUE WEDNESDAY THAT LED TO A HOUSE CATCHING FIRE. AFR IS CONDUCTING AN ARSON INVESTIGATION. BYSTANDER REPORTS THE

APD identifies teen that died during SWAT standoff

Victim died from smoke inhalation

Police have identified the victim that died in a fire Thursday morning, during a SWAT standoff in southeast Albuquerque.Fifteen year-old Brett Rosenau died of smoke inhalation, as a result of the incident. A full autopsy report by the Office of the Medical Investigator will be released at a later time. Detectives were attempting to take Qiaunt Kelley into custody Wednesday night, on a parole violation charge and several other charges, when he barricaded himself inside a home on the 8100 block of San Joaquin Ave. IF. A fire ignited inside the home, after police used tear gas, in an attempt to get Kelley and Rosenau out of the house. Kelley was eventually taken into custody. Rosenau was found dead inside the house. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

Police have identified the victim that died in a fire Thursday morning, during a SWAT standoff in southeast Albuquerque.

Fifteen year-old Brett Rosenau died of smoke inhalation, as a result of the incident. A full autopsy report by the Office of the Medical Investigator will be released at a later time.

Detectives were attempting to take Qiaunt Kelley into custody Wednesday night, on a parole violation charge and several other charges, when he barricaded himself inside a home on the 8100 block of San Joaquin Ave. IF. A fire ignited inside the home, after police used tear gas, in an attempt to get Kelley and Rosenau out of the house. Kelley was eventually taken into custody. Rosenau was found dead inside the house.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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