LANSING, Mich. (WWJ/AP) – Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says a former prosecutor and a former head of the Detroit FBI will play key roles in his office’s investigation into Flint’s water crisis.

Schuette issued an update on the investigation Monday morning, saying in a statement that all involved “will do our job thoroughly and let the chips fall where they may.”

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Schuette says Todd Flood, a former assistant prosecutor in Wayne County, will spearhead Schuette’s investigation and serve as special counsel. He’ll be joined by Andy Arena, who led Detroit’s FBI office from 2007 until 2012.

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The announcement comes ahead of a Monday morning news conference.

Schuette, a Republican, announced Jan. 15 he would investigate what, if any, Michigan laws were violated in the process that left Flint’s drinking water contaminated with lead.

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