If you're the owner of a meth-fueled attack school, police in Alabama would like to have a word with you.
An Alabama man who authorities said possessed a “meth-fueled attack squirrel,” was arrested Thursday night on multiple felony accusations unrelated to the drugged mammal.
Mickey Paulk, 35, was arrested and taken into custody in Lauderdale County after a week-long search conducted by authorities in northern Alabama and southern Tennessee. The manhunt for Paulk made national headlines following the execution of a search warrant on his apartment on June 17 which revealed that Paulk had kept a “meth fueled attack squirrel.”
Following execution of the warrant, the sheriff’s office arrested one man and were still searching for another which turned out to be Paulk. They also stated that during the search of the premises they found “meth, drug paraphernalia, body armor, and a squirrel.”
Prior to obtaining the search warrant, authorities had received several tips that Paulk had been feeding a squirrel meth to keep the animal aggressive. The allegations led to more charges being issued against Paulk by the Alabama Game and Fish Division of the Department of Conservation as it is illegal to possess, sell, or import wild animals in the state of Alabama, according to reports from local WHNT News.