Florida woman accused of shooting at house guests who wouldn't leave

PANAMA CITY, Fla. -- Guests that overstayed their welcome were shot at by a Florida woman who was told to shoot at anyone who refused to leave, according to deputies.

Bay County Sheriff's Office reported on its Facebook that Alana Annette Savell, 32, was told by her boyfriend to shoot the ground if guests do not leave after the third warning. Beyond that, they say she was to shoot people in the leg if they did not comply.

During a night of drinking and carousing at Savell's residence, deputies say a female guest and her male friend were "getting too loud" when Savell grew tiresome of their rambunctious company. It was not reported how many times Savell warned her guests before shooting at them.

The female victim was hit in the legs by rounds from a .22. caliber handgun as she and her friend were chased from the property. In an ironic twist, the boyfriend who gave the standing order to shoot was also struck in the leg by gunfire.

The female victim was treated at a local hospital.

Savell was transported to Bay County Jail and charged with Aggravated Battery with a Firearm.

(© 2016 WTSP)


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