GAINESVILLE, Ga. (AP) -- A federal grand jury has indicted a young woman from North Georgia accused of making explosive devices as a hobby.
U.S. Attorney Sally Quillan Yates says Celia Alchemy Savage was indicted Thursday. She is charged with three counts of making and possessing explosive devices and possessing firearms while unlawfully using controlled substances.
Federal agents searched the home of Savage on May 30. The agents say they found pipe bombs, firearms and suspected illegal drugs.
A sworn statement by a federal agent says Savage told agents she likes to blow up toilets in the woods, and that she's made pipe bombs as a hobby.
Savage's court-appointed lawyer Jake Waldrop did not immediately return a phone call.
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