GAINESVILLE, Ga. -- A north Georgia woman who told investigators she liked to blow things up in the woods has pleaded not guilty to the charges against her.
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Celia Savage appeared Friday morning in federal court in Gainesville. An indictment last week charged her with three counts of making and possessing explosive devices and possessing firearms while unlawfully using controlled substances.
Federal agents searched the 23-year-old's home May 30 and said they found pipe bombs, firearms and suspected illegal drugs. A sworn statement by a federal agent also said Savage told agents she likes to blow up toilets and that she has made pipe bombs as a hobby.
Savage was not granted bond and remains behind bars.