FINDLAY - State regulators have shut down a funeral home in northwest Ohio after accusing its director of mishandling a corpse and other misdeeds.
The board that licenses funeral homes in Ohio outlined a long list of accusations against Gregory Routson of Routson Funeral Chapel in Findlay.
The panel says he left a body unrefrigerated for 13 days, misappropriated money from memorial contributions and put on the jacket of a dead man in front of the man's family.
Routson says none of the charges are true and that he's being set up by a competitor.
He can ask the state board for a hearing or file an appeal of his license suspensions in court.