Limestone County, Ala - Deputies from the Limestone County Sheriff’s Office in Alabama found what they call a caged ‘attack squirrel’ during a raid on a suspected drug house.
Officials believe two suspects who lived in the home fed the animal meth to keep it aggressive.
A video shows the long tailed guy jumping around his cage while the deputy reports in saying “I’m dodging a crazy squirrel right now.”
Animal control was called in to assist and ultimately decided the squirrel should be released into the wild.
They were not able to test it for meth consumption prior to its release, citing safety concerns.
This may give new meaning to the term “Wild animal.”
One suspect who lived in the home was arrested, a second man fled the scene.
Officials reported they recovered other drugs, body armor and ammunition from the home.