A grandmother allegedly drowned her hours-old grandson and buried him in the backyard of a California home to "prevent family shame." Beant Kaur Dhillon, 43, has plead not guilty to all charges. Beant Kaur Dhillon is scheduled to be back in court on March 13. On November 12, 2018, Beant Kaur Dhillon allegedly found her 15-year-old daughter had given birth to a baby boy in the bathroom of their family home, located in Southwest Bakersfield. Dhillon allegedly admitted to police that she then drowned the baby to "prevent family shame." Hours later, Dhillon and her nephew, 23-year-old Bakhshinderpal Singh Mann, allegedly worked together to dig a hole in the backyard of the home. Mann and Dhillon then allegedly placed the baby into the hole, placed salt in the hole, and buried the baby. 47-year-old Jagsir Singh, the father of the 15-year-old, was allegedly summoned back to the residence after his wife had allegedly killed the baby and placed him in a garbage bag. Singh allegedly allowed the baby to be buried in the yard in order to hide its existence and the pregnancy. Singh allegedly made no attempt to inform police of the birth or death and allegedly did not seek medical treatment for his daughter. Dhillon was arrested and charged with first-degree murder, felony assault of a child with force likely to cause great bodily injury, resulting in death, and felony child abuse. Singh was arrested and charged with felony accessory to murder and felony child abuse. Court docs: Grandmother allegedly drowned hours-old grandson to 'prevent family shame'