Students Served Cookies Made Of Grandparent's Ash

This is seriously disturbing!

California Police are investigating claims that one student baked sugar cookies using their grandparents remains and then served them to other classmates! This takes the crime of pot-laced brownies and brings it to a whole new level! 

Grandma and Cookies

Grandma and Cookies

Thankfully, there are no physical health risks to eating someone's remains and the students who ate the supposed ash laced cookies did not get sick. As this is a situation law enforcement has never encountered before (and hopefully never has to encounter again), they are still trying to decide how to press charges for this.

The school district released a formal statement regarding the allegations below: 

“While we cannot comment on confidential student matters, the physical and social-emotional safety of our students is always our first priority. Students are safe and there is no health risk at the Da Vinci Charter campus or to anyone involved.

We take all allegations of wrongdoing seriously and we conduct thorough investigations and involve the police or other entities when appropriate. When wrongdoing is found to have occurred, disciplinary measures are applied and at the same time measures are taken to repair the harm within the community. This recent case has been particularly challenging and we have responded appropriately and in the most respectful and dignified way possible.

Those who were involved are remorseful and this is now a personal family matter and we are want to respect the privacy of the families involved.”

For the most part we're all familiar with baking cookies with grandma, not so much eating cookies WITH grandma though! Tell us, did this story freak you out?

Sources: ABC 10, Palm Beach Post

 Video: CBS 47

 Photo: Getty Images

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