A woman charged with contaminating food at a Conover Domino's pizza bonded out of jail late Thursday afternoon.
Kristy Hammonds was able to leave the jail unseen by media cameras. The other suspect in the case, Michael Setzer, bonded out Wednesday. Police said they don't think their actions shown on YouTube videos were just a prank, as Hammonds has said. Investigators said they believe the food went to customers, and the videos prove it.
Domino's executives are investigating the franchise. They said they could take the store away from the owner.
Tim McIntyre, vice president of communication for Domino’s, said, "The franchise owner is responsible for his actions and he will be held accountable."
Hammonds and Setzer have their first court appearances Friday.
Meanwhile, the Catawba County Health Department is fielding a lot of calls and e-mails, even from Missouri and California, from people wondering what inspectors are doing to keep customers safe.
Health Director Doug Urland said, "It's a big deal to us. It's a major concern certainly. It's something we've never dealt with."