If so, it is safe and healthy in the custody of the Brooklyn Animal Care Shelter, and you probably can't have it back.
Cops responding to a possible burglary on Staten Island found a baby gator instead.
"There's no question in my mind that the child was drowned by the alligator."
The sheriff said, "The sad reality of it is it's been several hours, and we're not likely going to recover a live body."
The alligator is reportedly an immature American alligator.
Police in Queens have dedicated themselves fully to searching for a small alligator apparently seen wandering around Flushing Meadows Park over the weekend.
Only in New York, kids! (And freshwater wetlands throughout the southern United States.)
A Brooklyn man was arrested this morning after police collected an alligator, nine boa constrictors, ammunition and a small bag of marijuana from his apartment.
"What’s the big doesn’t do any bodily harm to anybody as long as you treat it the right way. I give it goldfish about twice a week. The alligator has never bitten me."
In addition to Snapple the Gator, cops say they found 668 oxycodone pills, $33,000 in cash and two loaded firearms in a Canarsie home.
Have you seen anyone on the train with a bag full of alligator limbs? Would that even be the weirdest thing you've seen on the train?
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