Michigan — Even the dead can't escape foreclosure in suburban Detroit.
Five bodies and the cremated remains of 22 people were evicted Friday from a funeral home in Pontiac.
The remains from the House of Burns Memorial Chapel were delivered to the Oakland County medical examiner's office for storage. A medical examiner's administrator, Robert Gerds, said some of the cremated remains date to the 1990s.
The county will send the bodies to another funeral home if a family member makes a claim.
A pastor who went to the building Friday to attend a funeral service says he disapproves of the timing and the way the eviction was carried out.