Cocoa Police Wrangle Small Gator, Relocates Reptile to Bigger Pond Outside the City

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Police say Officer Sayge Gray, Officer Chris Moderson and Officer Don Tabor helped relocate the three-foot gator to a bigger pond outside of the city. (Cocoa PD Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA – Cocoa Police officers helped wrangle a small gator on Saturday after receiving a report of a gator next to a car in Cocoa.

Police say Officer Sayge Gray, Officer Chris Moderson and Officer Don Tabor helped relocate the three-foot gator to a bigger pond outside of the city.

Police say Officer Sayge Gray, Officer Chris Moderson and Officer Don Tabor helped relocate the three-foot gator to a bigger pond outside of the city. (Cocoa PD Image)

Cocoa Police officers helped wrangle a small gator on Saturday after receiving a report of a gator next to a car in Cocoa. (Cocoa PD Image)

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