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Alligator Eats Robber


MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. - A man fleeing on foot from police was killed and partially eaten by an alligator in Miccosukee this week.

Miccosukee police responded to a call on the Miccosukee Indian Reservation about vehicles being broken into.

Police allegedly captured one man, but another fled on foot and dove into a retention pond. The man apparently did not see the warning signs posted, of the danger of live alligators in the retention pond behind the casino and hotel.

Eyewitnesses said they were yelling to the man to swim back to shore, but when the man finally spotted the alligator, witnesses said he screamed and then disappeared underwater.

The alligator was later trapped and brought to All American Gator in Pembroke Park.

The alligator was well known on the reservation and employees had nicknamed it "Poncho."

State law requires an alligator be destroyed, should an accident occur resulting in digestion or death of a human. The alligator will eventually be incinerated or buried.

All American Gator Owner Brian Wood said he's been told to keep the alligator in storage until the Miami-Dade medical examiner can inspect the reptile.

"Some gators have a nasty disposition and he was a nasty gator. He seemed to have no fear of people which indicates that he was fed," said Wood.

The body was recovered Friday by divers 50 feet below at the bottom of the lake.

The man was bitten on the head several times.

The man's identity has no yet been released.

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