Richmond, Virginia police find snake about a car, says cops

Officials who were responding to a prototype animal creature framework creature are attached to a car, VA cops

Bruington and Leone officers found a car snake, according to Virginia police department.

Bruington and Leone officers found a car snake, according to Virginia police department.

Richmond Police Department

Police officers responding to a “true and genuine call” in Virginia tried to get themselves out of a car, put her section on Facebook.

Richmond police on Monday, they shared photos of two officers who said they greatly helped the animal. Officials P. Bruington and K. Leone were among the officials who helped out, Lt. Anthony Jackson has been on Twitter.

Captain Dan Minton posted a Twitter photo on Twitter a snake attached to the bottom of a vehicle showed. The snake was “coiled up” under the car, and he took “little ingenuity” to officials to control it, according to Richmond police.

The snake was taken to Richmond Animal Care and Control, the city's animal shelter, the police said.

“What night!” The police department put the hashtag #neveradullmoment in the post.

The animal contact was not the only one in Richmond recently. Four child raccoons were found in a tree that fell during Sunday Night storms, WRIC and WWBT report.

Simone Jasper is a reporter covering broken stories for the News & Observer and real-time news in the Carolinas.


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