A deputy in Pinellas County had to get down and dirty and wrestle an alligator all in the line of duty.
A deputy in Pinellas County had to get down and dirty and wrestle an alligator.
The gator was snapping at cars near Tampa and East Lake Roads in Pinellas County, according to
Then a woman called 911 when she saw the 10-foot-alligator approaching a dentist's office.
That's when responding deputy Jeffrey Crandall sprang into action.
He secured the gator with a rope and a Florida Fish and Wildlife officer took the reptile to an animal facility