Orange County Deputies Find Alligator in Backseat of Alleged Burglar’s Getaway Car

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A baby alligator was found in the back of a suspected burglar’s getaway car, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office in Florida. (Fox News image)

(FOX NEWS) – A baby alligator was found in the back of a suspected burglar’s getaway car, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office in Florida.

On Sunday, sheriff’s deputies received a call about a man who was allegedly attempting to burglarize a white Ford pickup truck, WESH-TV reported.

When the vehicle’s alarm went off, however, the man, later identified as 32-year-old Grant Belcher, jumped into a white Chevy Impala as a woman, later identified as Megan Forbes, 30, drove away from the area.

The two were followed by a sheriff’s deputy as they drove onto the East River High School campus, according to an arrest affidavit reviewed by the news station.

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