American high school girls mixed their grandfathers ashes into biscuits and divided them among 9 students.

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 American high school girls mixed their grandfathers ashes into biscuits and divided them among 9 students.


A high school girl mixed her grandfathers ashes with homemade biscuits and gave them to several classmates, police in Northern California said Wednesday, AP reported.

Lieutenant Paul Doroshov, a Davis police officer, said the student and a friend baked the biscuits at a local public high school on October 4 and shared them with at least nine students. He said that some students in the school had told their students that biscuits contained human ashes.

Investigators interviewed 9 students who had eaten biscuits to make sure the allegations were credible. Doroshov said it was difficult to find the right law to deal with, even if a suitable case was found, it was difficult to convict the student.

A classmate told the media that he had bitten the biscuit without knowing it and felt sand mixed in. He said he believed that it contained human ashes. Andy Knox, a classmate, said, she mentioned grandpas ashes before AndyKnox.

Knox said the girl had told him that if he swapped desks with the rest of the class, she would give him some ashes.

The girl told him that there was a special ingredient in the biscuits and he had seen some ashes.

Knox was worried after he had tasted biscuits. He thought he had added drugs or something.

Knox said the girl smiled and said that her grandfathers ashes had been added to the biscuits.

He said, if you eat sand when you are young, you will feel the sand crunching between your teeth. He bit a bite, thats the feeling.

Investigators say some students knew there was ashes in the biscuit before they ate it, but they ate it as if nothing had happened.

DorothyHamm Seaan J said that the motive of the girl could not be determined. He said: they are minors, not evil or serious crimes. There is no danger to public health. Investigators had difficulty finding the right law to convict, Doroshov said. They looked at an ambiguous law that made it illegal to mishandle bodies, but he said, The purpose of this law is not to prevent such acts. The police will give the matter to the school to deal with it. In a statement on Facebook, Tyler Millsap, the president, said the incident was particularly challenging and we responded appropriately with the greatest respect and dignity. The client has already regretted it, which is only a private family matter.

Investigators had difficulty finding the right law to convict, Doroshov said. They looked at an ambiguous law that made it illegal to mishandle bodies, but he said, The purpose of this law is not to prevent such acts.

In a statement on Facebook, Tyler Millsap, the president, said the incident was particularly challenging and we responded appropriately with the greatest respect and dignity.

The client has already regretted it, which is only a private family matter.