Beth McCann

District Attorney

Second Judical District

201 W, Colfax Ave, Dept. 801
Denver, CO 80202


News Release

October 29, 2023 Contact: Matt Jablow, 720-913-9025

Keanna Rosenburgh Brought Back to Colorado, Facing Charges After Lodo Shooting

Denver — Denver District Attorney Beth McCann today announced that 17 year-old Keanna Rosenburgh has been charged with 28 criminal counts, including seven counts of attempted murder and 15 counts of assault, in connection with an incident on September 16 in the 19-hundred block of Market Street.

It is alleged that, after being refused entry into Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row bar and restaurant, Rosenburgh pulled out a handgun, fired several rounds into the crowd behind her and ran away.

Rosenburgh was arrested in California on October 19 and has now been brought back to Colorado.  She is being charged initially as a juvenile and is scheduled to appear in courtroom 2D on October 31, 2023 at 10:00 am.

“This case illustrates once again the dangers of having illegal guns in the hands of young people, too many of whom are trying to resolve disputes, often minor disputes, with firearms.  This type of behavior cannot, and will not, be tolerated in Denver,” said DA McCann.

About the Denver DA’s Office:

Our mission is to professionally and competently prosecute crimes and investigate criminal activity on behalf of the people of Colorado, and to seek equal justice for all in the criminal justice system. Our mission also includes preventing crime, supporting the well-being of victims, being involved in the community, being transparent and accountable, and improving the criminal justice system to provide fair alternatives to incarceration in appropriate cases.