In mid-May, an investigation began into allegations that teenagers placed bodily fluids in “crepes” prepared in a Home Economics class at Hyatts Middle School in Powell, Ohio, a city 15 miles north of Columbus.
This might gross you out, but school employees learned of the incident after the food had been consumed through a video that was passed among the students showing the teens adding their urine and semen for the crepes.
Criminal charges were filed on Tuesday against all seven minors. Six of the accused juveniles were 14 years old while as another was 15 years old, according to Delaware County Sheriff’s Office reports.
Seven juveniles are facing charges of assault after they reportedly put urine and semen into food served to teachers in a cooking class at Hyatts Middle School in May.
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office began investigating after someone gave a video of the alleged food tainting to the school resource officer. Investigators say during a class called “Global Gourmet” a group of 14-year-old boys served crepes that were tainted with semen and urine to five teachers.
All of the boys were charged Tuesday with one count of assault, and one of the teens was also charged with tampering and complicity to assault. The case will be in juvenile court. [Fox Baltimore]
Two victims include a 24-year-old female teacher and a 49-year-old male teacher.
Even though the incident happened in May, these charges against the boys come two weeks after the opening of their new academic year.
It is called poisoning, which is a silent killer for even thou it will not kill anyone, but it could endanger the teachers lives like getting an STD by one of them. I say to charge them as adults and lock them up for about 20 years at least in prison they will get enough of what they gave to those teachers and then some.
As of now, it is unclear what disciplinary actions the school will take against the juveniles, but they also face worse, criminal charges, and I am sure the teachers will press charges, how could they not?
Remember, when teachers were twice as harsh and strict and respected? I do. Maybe, just maybe some of those old fashioned ideas and methods worked.
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