Police in Alabama, acting on a tip about an attack squirrel being kept inside an apartment, conducted a raid to rescue the furry-tailed rodent and arrest its owner.
Cops say the apartment was a drug den where an "attack squirrel" was routinely fed methamphetamine to keep it aggressive. 37-year-old Ronnie Reynolds, who was home at the time of the raid, was arrested and police are looking for 35-year-old Mickey Paulk, who is believed to be the squirrel's "caretaker." He's wanted for possession of a controlled substance and for unlawfully keeping a wild animal.
The squirrel was safely removed from the apartment and, per the recommendation of the Department of Conservation, set free in the wild.