After two months of waiting and a criminal investigation a group of angry Brazoria County parents now have their cookie dough…
Those parents have children who played on the Brazoria Buccaneers youth football team.
Kevin Jackson says back in August they raised $8000 after selling cookie dough to family members and friends.
The money was earmarked to help the football team.
But after waiting two months Jackson says the coach never delivered the dough until today.
We spoke with coach Damon Evans who said he ended the team’s season early because the parents threatened him.
He says a series of events out of his control also delayed the arrival of the cookie dough.
Initially, parents filed criminal charges against the coach at the Manvel Police Department and Evans had 10 days to deliver.
Officer T. Underwood with Manvel says the criminal aspect of the case is now closed since the parents now have their cookie dough.