FL woman accused of firing at house guests for staying too long

Alana Annette Savell, 32, of Bay County, Florida is charged with aggravated battery with a firearm.  (Bay Co. Sheriff)
Alana Annette Savell, 32, of Bay County, Florida is charged with aggravated battery with a firearm. (Bay Co. Sheriff)

BAY COUNTY, Fla. (KWQC) – A woman is charged with opening fire on two house guests for not leaving her home soon enough.

Alana Annette Savell, 32, of Bay County is charged with aggravated battery with a firearm.

Investigators say Savell began shooting a 22-caliber handgun at a male and female visitor Monday after they ignored her request to leave her residence.

The female victim received medical treatment after she says gunfire struck her in the legs before she could escape to a vehicle.

Savell says both visitors were drinking and being too loud when she began shooting at their feet for not leaving.

The arrest report states Savell’s boyfriend “stated to investigators that he has told his girlfriend that once someone is told to leave their property three times, she is to go get the gun and shoot it at the ground.  If that does not work, she is to shoot people in the leg.”

Savell’s boyfriend was also struck in the leg with a bullet during the incident.

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