The coroner's office classified the cause of death as a "sequelae of confrontation of Taser use." The manner of death is classified as a homicide.
Homicide means he was KILLED (homicide is "a deliberate act by one person that results in the death of another"). Using the word "died" tends to obscure the cause and effect.
Wiki...a sequela is a chronic condition that is a complication of an acute condition that begins during the acute condition.
In this case, the resultant "chronic condition" seems to be death.
And the most acute causation condition was:
...the teen had four Taser-type puncture wounds to the anterior torso
"anterior torso" means chest and belly.
Given the overall tip-toe style of this report, I'll guess that a transcardiac vector is being obscured by this word choice.