Alligator Captured In Endicott Home

By WBNG News

Alligator Captured In Endicott Home

July 22, 2010 Updated Oct 6, 2009 at 10:57 PM EDT

What started as a domestic dispute, ends up with a pet alligator in police possession.

At about 4 o'clock this evening, Police were called to 118 Squires Avenue in Endicott for a domestic dispute involving a knife.

A man was arrested for possession of a wild animal as a pet.

The alligator is reportedly about 3 and half, to four feet long, and is now being held by the Department of Environmental Conservation.

The man, 23 year old David Wesser, also received a felony charge for tampering with evidence.

39 year old Tracy Wesser was also arrested for criminal mischief.

Endicott Police say 2 of their patrol cars were damaged during the arrest.

Including one broken car window.

The man and woman are being held at the Endicott Police station awaiting arraignment.

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