FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) — A north Georgia woman who pleaded guilty to federal explosives charges is facing new charges including drug possession and disorderly conduct.
When Celia Savage was sentenced earlier this year to probation after agents found pipe bombs and guns at her home, the federal judge handling the case warned her if she appears before him again he would send her to prison.
Flowery Branch police say 25-year-old Savage of Cornelia was arrested Saturday night after being accused of causing a disturbance and destroying furniture at a tattoo parlor. Flowery Branch police say she faces four felony and three misdemeanor charges.
A call and email to the federal defender who represented Savage in the explosives case weren’t immediately returned. Savage was being held without bond Monday in the Hall County jail.
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