'I love mass destruction': Meet the glamorous gun-toting college student arrested on explosives, firearms and drugs chargesHit the link for the rest of the article, but I will wager she would NOT take some blue/fed stock.
By Lydia Warren
PUBLISHED: 09:18 EST, 1 June 2012 | UPDATED: 11:00 EST, 1 June 2012
A college student has been arrested after federal agents swooped on her rural home and allegedly unearthed a cache of illegal weapons, explosives, firearms and drugs.
But when officers confronted Celia Alchemy Savage about the stash at her Cornelia, Georgia home, she reportedly had no remorse, simply stating: 'It's my hobby to blow things up.'
Savage seems to enjoy something of a double life, with photographs on social networking sites showing her toting guns, riding motorcycles, skydiving - and posing provocatively for the camera.
In other photographs on Facebook, the Gainesville State College student dons boxing gloves - before switching to her barely-there bikini to become a ring girl.
The profile page also admits to her love of blowing things up - and her loathing of the law.
'I despise all law enforcement and any governing authority,' she writes. 'I am not one for selective targeting but mass destruction.'
The weapons were discovered after an army of law enforcement officers - from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the FBI, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and local law enforcement officers - searched Savage's home in the woods.
Authorities discovered two pipe bombs, a selection of firearms - including a Taurus .454 calibre revolver - suspected illegal drugs - including meth and pot - and drug paraphernalia.
Savage allegedly told an FBI agent she has made up to seven pipe bombs as 'manufacturing explosive devices and detonating them for recreation was her hobby', an ATF report noted.
She added that she likes to blow up toilets in the woods, as a video uploaded to YouTube shows. Her father Tommy confirmed she appeared in the video, Channel 2 reported.
Documents also allege that Savage used the pot the day before the search and used the meth two months earlier.
But her father said Savage should not have been arrested for her collection of dangerous weapons and explosives, and insisted her destructive attitude is healthy.