Allegedly 'Drugged' Attack Squirrel Set Free After Police Search Home
Police found the squirrel inside of a cage in the home.
Alabama officers were tipped off to a man who allegedly fed meth to his squirrel on a regular basis and raided his apartment.
Limestone County narcotics investigators arrested Ronnie Reynolds, 37, after searching the home and finding meth, drug paraphernalia, body armor and a squirrel.
Investigators learned that Michael Paulk, whom police are still looking for, allegedly kept an “attack squirrel” inside the apartment. Authorities were notified that he allegedly fed it meth to keep it “aggressive,” according to reports.
Police found the squirrel inside of a cage in the home. They then released the animal.
Paulk is wanted for possession of a controlled substance, certain persons forbidden to possess a firearm and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Reynolds has been charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and loitering at a known drug house.
Reynolds was released from the Limestone County Jail on $4,000 bond.
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