Two charges were dropped on Friday, Nov. 30, against Tyler Miles in connection with the Schlitterbahn waterpark case in Kansas City, Kansas.
The charges that were dropped included one count of interference with law enforcement – concealing evidence, and one count of interference with law enforcement – obstructing official duty.
Also, one count of interference with law enforcement – concealing evidence, was dropped against KC Waterpark Management LLC.
The cases are related to the death of a boy on the former Verruckt water slide at the Kansas City, Kansas, water park in August 2016. Miles was the park’s operations director at the time of the death.
There were no other changes to pending charges in these and related cases, according to the attorney general’s spokeswoman.