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Glasgow pleads 'no contest' in connection with water crisis

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The third person charged in connection with the Flint water crisis has finally appeared in court, and agreed to a plea deal.

Michael Glasgow, a Flint utilities administrator, pleaded no contest to willful neglect of duty in connection with the water crisis.

He originally had also been charged by the Michigan Attorney General with tampering evidence by altering and falsifying reports.

67th District Court Judge Jennifer Manley didn’t accept the deal, but is expected to make a decision at Glasgow’s next court appearance on August 3.

Two Michigan Department of Environmental municipal water regulators, Stephen Busch and Michael Prysby, were also schedule for a probable cause hearing Wednesday.

They are both charged with misconduct in office, conspiracy to tamper with evidence, tampering with evidence and misdemeanor violations of water law and have plead not guilty.

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