As reported earlier, Larry Nassar's former boss in the College of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University was arraigned on Tuesday on a variety of charges.

William Strampel, age 70, served as the dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine from 2002-17 before stepping down citing medical reasons.

A February memo requesting Strampel's removal of tenure claimed "his lack of action," made it impossible to retain him on staff.

Strampel allegedly did nothing to follow up on punitive actions and guidelines he set in 2014 in response to abuse claims against Nassar.

Today's charges mark the first additional charges against anyone affiliated with Michigan State in relation to one of the several investigations stemming from Nassar's misconduct.

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is leading the investigation in to the circumstances at Michigan State that allowed Nassar to practice so long.

With much speculation in the air, many eyes seem to be pointed at what answers the inquiry will provide.

Watch above to see the Mad Dog's take on what this means for the school and the community.