Former Domino's employees arrested and charged

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By Steve Ohnesorge

CONOVER, NC (WBTV)  - Two former Domino's Pizza employees were handcuffed and taken to jail late Wednesday afternoon, accused of tampering with food.

Michael Setzer and Kristy Hammonds videotaped the acts while working at the Domino's store in Conover last weekend.

In the video, Setzer can be seen tampering with the food.  The two have been fired. Warrants were drawn up Wednesday morning accusing them of felony charges.  The two turned themselves in to police late Wednesday afternoon.

Setzer was released from jail after he met bond conditions, but Hammond was held overnight Wednesday on a $7,500 bond. The pair will make an appearance in court on Friday morning.

Meanwhile the pizza store has reopened for business. The owner, in cooperation with local health officials shut the place down Monday.

All food not still in commercial wrapping was thrown out and the entire store including the floors, walls, ovens and utensils were sanitized.

Health officials told WBTV news that an inspector looked things over Wednesday morning and found the store to be "spotless."

More than a dozen people work at the Conover Domino's. Company officials would not comment except to say they hope customers will return.

As for the two arrested Wednesday, both were jailed under $7,500 bond each.