Listen: Attorney, Sandra Mcneill, Dana Nessel discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"Also at Detroit metro airport north terminal TSA officers observed an object last night, which resembled a grenade located inside an individual's bag as a precaution. Passenger screening was stopped in a perimeter was established officers were able to locate the owner of the bag who advised police that he was an act of servicemember and the owner of an inert grenade effort. Canine sweep of the area. It was determined. The object was in irt passenger screening has since resumed an operations are normal at this time at the airport. Michigan attorney general Dana Nessel and wing county prosecutor Kim worthy announcing they're dropping all charges in connection with the Flint, water crisis. But that doesn't mean that it's over. They say investigators had immediate in grave concerns about the investigative approach in the legal theories embraced by the office of special counsel, appointed by then attorney general Bill Schutte the toughest of the charges in the Flint case was manslaughter. That was levied against the state's former health director, NewsRadio nine fifty Sandra McNeill has more on that part of the story line was charged with manslaughter for the deaths from legionnaire's disease following the switch to untreated water from the Flint river. The last death happened earlier this year jasmine McBride, just thirty years old, he contracted legionaires five years ago during the height of the crisis and had been living on an oxygen tank ever since. John Berge is lions attorney, but he doesn't know that people suffered and feels terrible about that. But it's not accurate to say that he played a part in that it's true that there were issues with the watery decision. That were being driven by director department of health, even services, attorney general, Dana Nessel says she is continuing to investigate possible criminal charges in connection with the deaths. Sandra McNeill w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. With partial clearing in the Detroit area early. WBZ news time one."