Woman threatens murder over corn dogs

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Charmelle Henry, 45, of Carrollton, Texas

MIDLAND, Texas – A Texas woman is accused of threatening to kill restaurant workers over a botched corn dog order.

NewsWest9.com reported that Charmelle Henry, 45, of Carrollton, Texas, allegedly threatened the lives of store employees over corn dogs earlier this week.

Workers at a business in Midland, Texas said the suspect threw 75 cents at them and demanded a corn dog. When she got that corn dog, she allegedly threw it back, demanding a dog that was not microwaved.

Mrt.com reported that the suspect had a knife and said she would “stab (them) in cold blood” unless she got another corn dog.

An arrest warrant said she was stabbing the counter with her knife and eventually had to be subdued by police for not following orders.

The suspect is being held on a $100,000 bond for two second-degree felony charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Sources: NewsWest9.com and Mrt.com


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