Two former state workers who oversaw operations of a state pool in Fall River are admitting there's enough evidence to find them guilty of reckless endangerment.
But the misdemeanor charges against the former Department of Conservation and Recreation managers will be dismissed if they face no additional criminal charges in the next year.
The charges against Brian Shanahan and Jeff Carter stem from the investigation of how a woman's drowning at the pool went undiscovered for two days.
This article was originally published on February 07, 2012.
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