Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com
An area through the double doors was used by the by McGuire Cremation and Funeral Services at this building at 7th and K Streets in Modesto (5-20-13).  Stanislaus County Sheriff's deputies removed 17 bodies on Friday from the home due to complaints in delays in cremation and the return of loved ones' remains.
Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com An area through the double doors was used by the by McGuire Cremation and Funeral Services at this building at 7th and K Streets in Modesto (5-20-13). Stanislaus County Sheriff's deputies removed 17 bodies on Friday from the home due to complaints in delays in cremation and the return of loved ones' remains. The Modesto Bee
Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com An area through the double doors was used by the by McGuire Cremation and Funeral Services at this building at 7th and K Streets in Modesto (5-20-13). Stanislaus County Sheriff's deputies removed 17 bodies on Friday from the home due to complaints in delays in cremation and the return of loved ones' remains. The Modesto Bee

Modesto funeral home under criminal investigation

May 20, 2013 12:53 PM

UPDATED June 26, 2013 02:32 PM

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