Grand jury reviews June shooting

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HASTINGS, Neb. - (KSNB) A grand jury investigation has concluded that there had been no criminal conduct regarding circumstances in the death of Hastings man in June.

David Langenberg was suspected of having shot his ex-wife during the evening hours of June 26. Police surrounded Langenberg's home late that night. After a four-hour standoff, Langenberg exited his home and shot himself. He died of the self-inflicted wound. A grand jury investigation was required due to Langenberg's death occurring while in the presence of law enforcement.

According to a release from the Clerk of the Adams County District Court, a grand jury convened Tuesday afternoon under the supervision of Judge Stephen R. Illingworth. They heard evidence provided by Adams County Attorney Donna Fegler-Daiss and her deputies.

The grand jury completed deliberations Tuesday, concluding the cause of death to be the self-inflicted wound to the head and that there was no criminal conduct by anyone involved in the incident.

Judge Illingworth then discharged the grand jury.

Lana Langenberg continues to recover from gunshot wounds from the incident that resulted in the stand-off with David Langenberg.