A high school student in Davis, California is under investigation after being accused of baking cookies and passing them around school. But they weren't you're average sugar cookie. They had a secret ingredient... The students grandparents' cremated ashes.
A student witness told local police that two other students were in on the 'prank' to pass out cookies with one of their grandparents' ashes baked inside. According to police, nine students were given those cookies.
An investigation is underway with testing to determine if the cookies actually had the ashes baked inside.
"I have not heard of anyone getting sick, or anybody being harmed as far as physically or physiologically by this," Lt. Paul Doroshov said.
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