Arrest warrants were also issued for two other people charged with actions at the Evergreen Court Home for Adults before the fire, Walsh said.
Father and son Nathaniel Sommer and Aaron Sommer face two counts of second degree manslaughter, one count of arson in the fourth degree for recklessly damaging a building, seven counts of assault in the third degree, two counts of second-degree assault, and two counts of second-degree reckless endangerment, Walsh said in a press release.
The two were arraigned on Tuesday, when bail was set, and they will be back in court on July 2, Walsh said.
It is not known if the men pleaded. CNN could not find lawyers for the men.
Two accused of falsifying business documents
Two people who worked in the Spring Valley Village Construction Department were charged with falsifying business records and offering a bogus grading instrument, Walsh said. The two were charged with conduct and actions while employed, Walsh said. It is not known if people are still working for the department.
Wayne Ballard faces one count of offering a bogus instrument of deposit and one count of falsified second-degree business documents, Walsh said.
Raymond Canario faces three counts of offering a false instrument of deposit and three counts of falsified second-degree business documents, the district attorney said.
The actions of Canario and Ballard “are associated with their governmental responsibilities”, declared the public prosecutor.
Canario and Ballard were released after their arrest and a court date for the two has been set for July 13 in a Spring Valley court.
CNN was unable to identify a lawyer for either man.
Two accused of alleged driving at the assisted living center before the fire
In addition, Denise Kerr, who was the warden of the facility at the time of the fire, was charged with one count of reckless second degree endangerment for her alleged conduct at the center, Walsh said in a statement. press conference.
Manuel Lema has been charged with one count of second-degree identity theft and second-degree obstruction of government administration, Walsh said.
CNN was unable to identify a lawyer for either person.
Walsh said he did not want to divulge details that could affect the prosecution of the case following the March 23 fire, adding that he plans to present the charges against the six people to a grand jury. for indictment.