DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A former Dayton funeral director was released from jail.
Scherrie McLin spent about two weeks behind bars before posting a $250,000 cash bond Friday.
She is accused of taking money from more than 50 families for funeral services she never completed.
Investigators say McLin took about $200,000.
McLin's Funeral Home was shut down and her license revoked in 2011.
She faces 17 felony counts.
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