Cops: Woman tries to bring stun gun disguised as cell phone into courthouse

A woman arrested after allegedly trying to bring a handgun and a stun gun that resembled a cell phone into a courthouse Tuesday has been released on bond.

Ecreia Laki Perez tried to enter the Fulton County Courthouse but was stopped after her bag went through the security checkpoint’s conveyor belt, a Fulton County Sheriff’s spokeswoman said.

A Fulton Sheriff’s deputy noticed the .380 gun as well as a stun gun – disguised as a mobile phone – in Perez’s bag, spokeswoman Tracy Flanagan said.

Perez told authorities she forgot she had the two weapons in her bag.

Perez was arrested and charged with carrying a concealed weapon and carrying a weapon to a public gathering, Flanagan said. Each charge carries $3,000 bond, according to jail records.

Perez was held in the Fulton County Jail on $6,000 bond after she was arrested Tuesday afternoon. She was released on a signature bond Thursday and will be notified of her next court date, Flanagan said.