Continuing investigation of mine disaster will bring more criminal charges

POSTED: 5:30 AM Oct 12 2012

We've learned the continuing probe of The Upper Big Branch Mine disaster will soon produce more criminal charges.

U.S. attorney Booth Goodwin said he expects to make some announcements shortly.

His comments came at a meeting of a health and safety foundation created under $209 million dollar settlement with Alpha Natural Resources.

Former superintendent Gary May awaits sentencing for conspiracy to defraud the federal government. The April 2010 explosion killed 29 men.