Construction Crew Discovers 11 Baby Corpses In Funeral Home Ceiling
'I didn't know anything about that,' she told The Detroit News. 'I really don't know how that could even have happened. I don't know how long that's been going on there… it's very unfortunate and they definitely need to find out who put them there.'
A report from April states that the owner was being charged with 'fraud, deceit, dishonesty, incompetence, and gross negligence in the practice of mortuary science'.
They also included having unclean embalming rooms.
Michigan's Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) suspended the license of the funeral home in April after inspectors found decomposing embalmed bodies and other violations.
Of 20 corpses thought to have been decomposing for months when they were found earlier this year, three were in cremation containers, seven in coffins and 10 laying out on tables, reports ClickonDetroit.