A swim instructor at East Detroit High School faces involuntary manslaughter charges after allegedly opting to change his clothes rather than save a drowning student.

According to USA Today, 24-year old Johnathan Lamonte Sails was in the bleachers at East Detroit High School on Nov. 8 — not in the pool where he should have been — when students in the class told him that 14-year-old KeAir Swift was drowning. Sails, who is not certified as a swim instructor, could face up to 15 years in prison and/or up to $7,500 in fines if convicted. Read More