By: Tammy Bain, nptelegraph.com
A Dawson County grand jury found no criminal conduct in what law enforcement have described as a police chase that ended in a suicide.
With District Judge James Doyle presiding, the grand jury met Wednesday. Dawson County Attorney Elizabeth Waterman presented evidence regarding the death of Joseph Bauer, 61, who died June 18, according to a press release from Waterman’s office.
After deliberations, the grand jury returned a “no true bill,” meaning that no one committed criminal conduct in Bauer’s death. A grand jury investigation is required for all deaths involving law enforcement.