- Dec 3, 2017
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Michael Marolla was arrested at a Florida traffic stop after being found in possession of a live baby alligator, firearms and loaded syringes.
A Florida man was arrested at a Naples traffic stop after being found in possession of a live baby alligator, firearms and loaded syringes Friday morning.
Michael Marolla, 31, was stopped by local law enforcement at around 12:30 a.m. after officers said they recognized him from a previous encounter regarding a suspended license. Marolla was one of three individuals in the car, including Adam Scarborough and Marco Duran, according to police arrest records.
Officers at the scene found a baby alligator “in an open plastic tub” in the back of Marolla’s truck, according to a Facebook post by the Collier County Sheriff’s Office. They discovered two firearms, one hidden in the glove box and another underneath the front passenger seat, police said.
Marolla was also found with two loaded syringes in his jacket that later tested positive for methamphetamine, police said.
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