(WXYZ) - Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette announced more charges relating to the Flint water crisis on Wednesday morning, bringing the total number of people charged to 15.
The people facing charges have worked or still do work for multiple state departments, or have worked for the city of Flint.
Stephen Busch - Michigan Department of Environmental Quality District (MDEQ) 8 Water Supervisor
Michael Prysby - MDEQ District 8 Water Engineer
Michael Glasgow - City of Flint Laboratory and Water Quality Supervisor
Liane Shekter-Smith - Former MDEQ Chief of Drinking Water and Municipal Assistance
Adam Rosenthal - MDEQ Water Quality Analyst
Patrick Cook - MDEQ Specialist for Community Drinking Water Unit
Nancy Peeler - Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Director of Program for Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting
Robert Scott - MDHHS Data Manager for Healthy Homes and Lead Prevention Program
Corinne Miller - Former MDHSS Director of the Bureau of Epidemiology and State Epidemiologist
Darnell Earley - Former Flint Emergency Manager
Gerald Ambrose - Former Flint Emergency Manager
Howard Croft - Flint Director of Public Works
Daugherty Johnson - City of Flint Utilities Director for the Department of Public Works
Nick Lyon - Director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Dr. Eden Wells - MDHHS Chief Medical Executive
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