UTAH — Furniture, diapers, a barn door, landscaping materials and flowers for his wife were among the items former nursing home administrator Timothy Scott Claybaugh spent money on over the past two years. But the funds — close to $250,000  — came from embezzlement and laundering money from the Stonehenge of Orem, authorities said.

Claybaugh, 36, used the facility’s company credit card for nearly $149,000 in charges, officials said. He also allegedly exploited company checks, which were recorded in an accounts payable system.

 The stolen funds, which allegedly included $18,000 in petty cash, were discovered when Claybaugh resigned to take another job. He was due in court in mid-August.