Officers in Phoenix served a search warrant at a home and found more than just drugs and firearms. They recovered a juvenile Nile Crocodile from the home as well.
The Phoenix Police Department recently released details of what they recovered while serving a search warrant at a home earlier this month. The search warrant was the result of an investigation that began in April, reports ABC15.
Officers found the crocodile living in an aquarium when they searched the home. The croc was seized after officers arrested the owner during the execution of the warrant. Police also recovered 193,000 M30 fentanyl pills, 855 grams of cocaine, 15 firearms, $65,929 in cash, and a Dodge Ram 1500 TRX.
On 5/11 #PHXPDMaryvalePrecinct & #PHXPDSouthMountainPrecinct officers seized a JUVE-Nile Crocodile after the arrest of it’s ADULT owner, 34yo Adrian Valladares. During the search warrant near 71st Ave/Roosevelt various of drugs and firearms were also seized. #GoodPoliceWork pic.twitter.com/EwZZ7Cztft— Phoenix Police (@PhoenixPolice) May 28, 2022