BRAZORIA COUNTY, TX (FOX 26) - The clock is ticking for a youth football coach to turn over the dough and we're not just talking about cash.
Parents with the Brazoria Buccaneers say they raised $8,000 in cookie dough sales to pay for the team's banquet at the end of the year.
Kevin Jackson and Renard Tillmon say they've been waiting for coach Damon Evans to make good on the orders for months.
Tillmon says they've filed a complaint with the Manvel Police Department.
The Police Chief there confirms the complaint and says the coach has ten days once notified to turn over the cash or cookie dough or face charges.
"We entrusted him with out most trusted commodity our kids," said Tillmon.
We were able to reach Coach Evans by phone who says he's already told the parents they should receive the cookie dough by the end of the month. He also says he did not steal the money.