Student bakes, shares cookies containing grandparent’s ashes

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"Then the students that brought the cookies essentially, at some point, claimed they contained one of their grandparent's remains from cremation".

The students filed reports with the school resources officer, claiming that two female students had brought in homemade sugar cookies that were later revealed to have contained the ashes of one of their grandfathers, according to the Davis Police Department.

The alleged incident, which Doroshov said occurred on October 4, was not made public until the outraged parents of a male student contacted Sacramento's FOX 40 News on Monday.

Andy Knox, a student at the school, told KCRA-TV that he was just about to go into his environmental science class when a girl in the same class offered him a cookie.

"[Davis Police Lt. Paul] Doroshov said police opened a case and have been trying to determine which penal code would apply to baking human remains into food".

An anonymous male student at the school told KTXL that he became aware of a fellow student's stomach-turning plot after the girl who masterminded it started bragging to others about what she had done. "I was upset that I wasn't even notified".

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The Da Vinci High student, who spoke with Fox 40, wanted to remain anonymous.

Millsap said he regrets that the story "has been taken up by the media" and said that there is no health risk to any students.

That student's mother says she met with Da Vinci Charter Academy Principal Tyler Millsap and demanded a copy of the statement her son was asked to sign.

When asked about whether the allegation seemed credible, Lt Doroshov gave a long sigh and said: "Yeah".

The school has since released a statement to parents saying: "While we cannot comment on confidential student matters, I can tell you that the physical and social-emotional safety of our students is our first priority". This recent case has been particularly challenging and we have responded appropriately and in the most respectful and dignified way possible.

Police are looking into reports that two students had cooked up the morbid prank, but Lt Doroshov said he is not sure what charges, if any, the culprits would face. "As far as their criminal violations, we don't know what they did".

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