Processed Meat Rage

Carrollton woman threatens murder in dispute over corn dog

Carrollton woman threatens murder in dispute over corn dog

A Carrollton woman landed in a Midland jail after a violent dispute over a corn dog. According to the Midland Reporter-Telegram, Charmelle Rayne Henry threw 75 cents at an employee of Vidal's Oldfashioned Burgers and demanded a corn dog around 7:30 pm on April 18.

When her order was delivered, Henry said she wanted an "uncooked corn dog" and brandished a pocket knife. According to reports, 45-year-old Henry grew "increasingly hostile" as she stabbed the counter and threatened to kill two employees "in cold blood."

Employees called the police, who were unable to subdue Henry on their own and eventually released a K-9 unit to get the woman under control. Additional witnesses told police they saw Henry "talking to herself" and "attempting to stop traffic" before she entered the restaurant.

She was evaluated at a local hospital before being transported to Midland County Jail. Henry, who does not have an attorney listed, is being held on $100,000 bond for two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Charmelle Rayne Henry
Charmelle Rayne Henry was arrested April 18.