A Warner Robins grandmother who made headlines when she shot and wounded a robber last year now faces weapon and drug charges.

Macon police say they arrested 58-year-old Luisa Campbell outside a Marion Avenue home Friday.

A news release says officers arrived at the home in response to a complaint of a terroristic threat. They say they found Campbell sitting in the passenger seat of a 2012 Toyota Tundra with a handgun in her lap, with two more handguns and a bag of methamphetamine also in the vehicle.

She is charged with methamphetamine possession, possessing a firearm during commission of a felony and terroristic threats, according to police.

She was released from the Bibb County jail Saturday on a $17,100 bond.

Last April, she shot and wounded one of two robbers that she said tried to rob her outside her daughter's home on English Avenue.

Campbell said she owns several convenience stores in Macon and suspected that the robbers followed her from the Shell station on Riverside Drive.

She told 13WMAZ last year, "I said, 'Oh God, I'm gonna die,' but they have bad news for them, I always carry a gun -- 24 hours, 7 days a week."

Campbell was not charged in that case.

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