According to the Detroit Free Press, three Michigan officials were charged Wednesday by the state’s attorney general in connection with the Flint water-contamination crisis. Mike Glasgow, the city’s water quality supervisor, was charged with tampering with evidence; Mike Prysby, a Department of Environmental Quality official, was charged with misconduct in office, conspiracy to tamper with evidence, tampering with evidence, and engaging in treatment violation. Prysby faces a total of six charges. Stephen Busch faces eight counts, including misconduct in office and a "conspiracy" charge alongside Prysby. Busch served as the Lansing and Jackson district supervisor for the Office of Drinking Water and Municipal Assistance.