1 of 8 teens accused of tainting teacher's food with semen admits guilt

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1 of 8 teens accused of tainting teacher's crêpes with semen admits guilt. (Photo: MGN)

One of eight teenagers at Olentangy Hyatts Middle School in Powell, Ohio has admitted to bringing a bag of his semen to school to serve on a crepe to a teacher, according to WBNS.

A judge gave the 15-year-old a 30-day detention sentence, along with community service and other tasks, which are detailed further down in this story.

Graphic video evidence of the incident was released earlier this month to 10TV WBNS in Columbus, Ohio.

The teen admitted to bringing a plastic bag of his semen to Hyatts Middle School when he was 14-years-old, with the intention of serving it to his teacher with the help of some classmates.

Seven other students are also accused of using semen and urine and serving it to teachers during a cooking class contest judged by teachers.

The contaminated food was served to four teachers, who all ate the food not knowing it was contaminated, according to WBNS.

The other students accused face various charges related to the crime, which are detailed in this WBNS report.

One of the other students is accused of putting urine in barbecue sauce and serving it to teachers.

The judge has not set a date for the sentence to be served, meaning the sentence is essentially being held over the teen's head and can be issued at any time by the judge. It is not a suspended sentence.

The teen must also do the following, according to WBNS:

  • Go on at least two restaurant food inspections with the Delaware General Health District, attend a health and safety presentation and submit a report.
  • Serve an unspecified number of community service hours with the Preservation Parks District
  • Serve an additional 100 hours of community service
  • Write a letter of apology to the victim
  • Have no contact with the victim or fellow defendants in this case
  • Must remain under court supervision until all terms completed

If the teen violates the terms, the judge can impose a 90-day sentence.

Olentangy Schools said on Monday in a statement:

We are glad this case is moving forward and we will continue to do everything we can to support local law enforcement and the victims of this case.