- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 7, 2015

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - New Mexico State Police have identified a man fatally shot by State Police officers during a standoff in Santa Fe County.

According to the State Police, 34-year-old Ethan Noll of Edgewood was killed during the standoff that began Friday afternoon and ended early Saturday morning.

The State Police said Noll was on probation for trafficking controlled substances with intent to distribute.

The standoff began when Noll barricaded himself in his vehicle after he allegedly fired at someone with his rifle and Edgewood police attempted to stop his vehicle.

State Police and county sheriff’s officers arrived and began negotiating with Noll, but he refused to surrender and repeatedly said he wanted to shoot officers.

According to the State Police, its officers shot Noll when he actively threatened officers with his rifle.

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