MIAMI, Florida (NEWS CENTER) -- A Florida woman who thought her house guests overstayed their welcome was arrested after she shot one of them, authorities said.
Alana Annette Savell, 32, was arrested Monday on a charge of aggravated battery with a firearm, Bay County Sheriff's Office officials said.
A woman told authorities that she had gone to Savell's home with a friend. Savell said they started drinking and were getting too loud, and said she didn't want them in her home.
Savell armed herself with a handgun and started shooting at their feet from the doorway of the home, officials said. The woman was hit in the legs and was taken to a hospital for treatment. Savell's boyfriend was also hit in the leg with a bullet during the shooting, authorities said.
The boyfriend told authorities that he told Savell that if someone is told to leave their property three times, she is to get the gun and shoot it at the ground. If that doesn't work, she's supposed to shoot them in the leg.
Savell was booked into jail. It's unknown if she's hired an attorney.
Source: Florida Woman Accused of Shooting at House Guests Who Stayed Too Long | NBC 6 South Florida http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/Florida-Woman-Accused-of-Shooting-at-House-Guests-Who-Stayed-Too-Long-402495565.html#ixzz4Qpq52LbD
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