TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The number of people indicted in the death of a 10-year-old Kansas boy on what was promoted as the world’s largest waterslide has grown to three.
The Kansas attorney general’s office says Schlitterbahn Waterparks and Resorts co-owner Jeffrey Henry and ride designer John Schooley are charged with reckless second-degree murder in the indictment unsealed Tuesday. The charges stem from the 2016 death of Caleb Schwab who was decapitated in 2016 when his ride went airborne at the water park in Kansas City, Kansas.
Schlitterbahn didn’t immediately respond to questions about whether they have attorneys.
The attorney general’s office announced Friday that the Schlitterbahn park and its former operations director, Tyler Austin Miles, had been indicted on 20 felony charges, including involuntary manslaughter.