HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. (AP) — A former Hendersonville funeral home owner faces more charges.
Police say 53-year-old Richard Jarrett Mosley now faces 22 felony counts, including forgery.
Mosley owned South Park Funeral and Cremation Services.
He also faces felony counts for obtaining property by false pretense and writing bad checks. He was charged with week with obtaining property by false pretense, forgery and using a forged document.
Hendersonville police have worked with the North Carolina Board of Funeral Services to help five families locate the remains of loved ones whose bodies were sent to be cremated but were lost when the funeral home closed March 1. Arrangements have been made to return the remains to their families.
Mosley was being held at the Henderson County jail. It was not clear if he has an attorney.