Dallas-Area Woman Arrested In Corn Dog Dispute
MIDLAND (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — A Carrollton woman has been arrested for allegedly threatening employees with a knife in a cooked corn dog dispute at a West Texas business.
Midland County jail records show 45-year-old Charmelle Henry was being held Thursday on two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Bond was set at $100,000 for Henry, who was arrested Saturday by Midland police after allegedly flashing a knife and threatening store workers.
Investigators say Henry paid 75 cents for a corn dog but became upset when she was handed a microwaved version. The suspect allegedly demanded a second corn dog _ uncooked _and threatened the lives of store workers as they tried to serve her.
Online jail records did not list an attorney for Henry.
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