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Cornelia woman convicted on bomb charges now arrested on drug charges

Savage charged with possessing variety of drugs, driving under influence and disorderly conduct

POSTED: August 10, 2014 10:38 p.m.

Celia Alchemy Savage

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A Cornelia woman on probation after pleading guilty to federal firearms charges was arrested Saturday night in Flowery Branch on a multitude of charges.

Celia Alchemy Savage, 25, is charged with disorderly conduct and multiple drug charges after being accused of damaging furniture at Mind’s Eye Tattoo on McEver Road.

Flowery Branch Police Chief David Spillers said Savage was intercepted shortly before 9 p.m. at the intersection of McEver and Friendship roads by a deputy with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office. Flowery Branch police arrived on the scene and arrested Savage, Spillers said.

The police chief said warrants were issued against Savage for driving under the influence, criminal damage to property, disorderly conduct, possession of methamphetamine, possession of Alprazolam with intent to distribute and possession of synthetic marijuana. Savage was also charged with crossing a guard line after a member of the Hall County Jail staff found synthetic marijuana under her clothing during the booking process, Spillers said.

Savage pleaded guilty in July 2013 to two federal firearms charges; federal agents raided her home in 2012, finding two pipe bombs and guns, as well as suspected drugs and drug 

She was sentenced to six years of federal probation in February by U.S. District Judge Richard Story. Terms of her sentence also involved her wearing an ankle monitor and being under home confinement for the first year of probation, only able to leave for work, doctor’s appointments and other appointments as approved by her probation officer.

Spillers said Savage was wearing her ankle monitor when she was arrested.

Now she “likely faces a revocation of federal parole as a result of these new accusations,” Spillers said via email.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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