Cops: Cobb tattoo parlor worker sexually assaulted client; owner pointed gun at teens

Nicholas Gamboa, left, and Brandon Bond
Nicholas Gamboa, left, and Brandon Bond

Credit: Channel 2 Action News

Credit: Channel 2 Action News

The owner and an employee of a Cobb County tattoo parlor ran afoul of the law Wednesday, but for different reasons, according to Channel 2 Action News.

Nicholas Gamboa, an employee of All Or Nothing Tattoo, sexually assaulted a woman who came in for a piercing, Smyrna police said.


The victim could not be reached, but a neighbor said, “If you’re tattooing a certain part on my body, you need to be right there, you are not allowed to go anywhere else.”

Owner Brandon Bond is accused of pointing a gun at a group of teens inside the business.

The alleged incident happened at All or Nothing Tattoo in Smyrna.

Connor Salley, who drove from South Carolina with some friends, said Bond “was so intoxicated that Salley no longer felt comfortable getting his tattoo.”

The situation escalated.

“At that time, he got a crazy look in his eyes, pulled his gun out, pointed at me, started screaming,” Salley said.

Bond was previously arrested after he allegedly pointed a gun at a federal agent — over a tattoo.

Sgt. Louis Defense of Smyrna police said it’s “possible” there could be other victims.

“We’re looking at that angle,” he said.

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