ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The 911 calls made by a fugitive holed up in an apartment shortly before a state police sniper killed him have been released.
"Uh kind of in the middle of something," Kendall Carroll said. "I just need to talk to the police that are outside…they have me surrounded and I would like to them…my name's Kendall."
Kendall Carroll, 21, and his brother caused a SWAT situation that went on for hours in northeast Albuquerque in mid-March.
They were wanted for a shooting that injured an APD officer a few days before.
Carroll's brother eventually surrendered, but Kendall refused.
He called 911 at least three times during the standoff at one point the operator asked him if he would come out to meet an officer, when Carroll refused, SWAT tried to make him come out.
Officers fired gas canisters into the apartment.
APD says Carroll responded with gunfire and then came to the door with a gun in his hand, which is when the sniper shot him.
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