Cremated remains of 56 people found at Ohio home of former funeral director
DAYTON, Ohio (MCT) — The cremated remains of 56 people were found Tuesday afternoon at an Ohio home owned by former funeral director Scherrie McLin and her sister, Tanya Anderson.
The Montgomery County Coroner’s Office took the boxes of cremated remains and Dayton police took boxes of records that appeared to be from the former McLin Funeral Home, said Lt. Wendy Stiver. It was unclear why the remains were there, she said.
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