FLOWERY BRANCH - The Cornelia woman who entered a guilty plea in federal court last year to making pipe bombs is in trouble with the law again - this time in Flowery Branch.<br />
Celia Alchemy Savage, 25, was arrested Saturday night after she allegedly caused a disturbance at a tattoo studio on McEver Road. She fled the scene, but was caught a short time later and faces a long list of charges, according to Flowery Branch Police Chief David Spillers.<br />
"Driving under the influence, criminal damage to property, disorderly conduct, possession of methamphetamine, possession of alprazolam - which is a Schedule 4 drug - with intent to distribute, possession of synthetic marijuana and crossing a guard line," said Spillers.<br />
Spillers said Savage was arrested on McEver Road near Friendship Road after officers received a report that Savage had destroyed some furniture at Mind's Eye Tattoo Studio just before 9 p.m. Saturday. Witnesses also told officers Savage appeared to be intoxicated when she left the tattoo studio.<br />
Spillers said it is likely Savage's probation will be revoked as a result of the arrest.<br />
The Georgia NAACP and Common Cause Georgia filed a lawsuit this week against Secretary of State Brian Kemp, arguing that his office has illegally eliminated people from the state's registered voter list.
The Hall County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a 42 acre tract of land in South Hall as an agri-entertainment venue to house weddings and other gatherings at its voting session Thursday night at the Hall County Government Center.