May 4, 2016 | Flint official cuts deal in water crisis, agrees to aid prosecutors | Reuters

An official in Flint, Michigan, agreed to cooperate in probes of dangerous levels of lead in the city’s drinking water as part of a deal reached on Wednesday in which he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge and won the dismissal of a more serious felony charge.

Michael Glasgow, 40, a Flint utilities administrator who was charged with falsifying reports, pleaded no contest to willful neglect of duty. A felony charge of tampering with evidence was dismissed as part of the deal announced in the 67th District Court of Genesee County in Flint. | Read more here.

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