- Tampa police officers captured a massive alligator early Wednesday morning as it walked on a city street.
- The 9-foot-4-inch-long alligator roamed around before officers caught it on Howard Avenue in the vicinity of Kathleen Street, according to FOX 13 News.
- Police officers first encountered the alligator at around 1 a.m. Two officers held it down while a third ensured the mouth of the massive reptile remained closed with duct tape, WFLA reported.
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A SCALY SITUATION 🐊 Tampa police officers wrangled a 9-foot alligator found wandering through a neighborhood intersection early this morning. Read more: https://t.co/mtIVNDDQSF pic.twitter.com/OyL7GHtw0L
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