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Alligator removed from Camden motel room
Alligator
The Camden Police Department assisted the S.C. Department of Natural Resources remove an alligator from a Camden motel. One of the motels guests was keeping the alligator in a plastic container in his room. - photo by Photo courtesy of CPD
Camden Police Department (CPD) officers assisted the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) with removing an alligator from a Camden motel room on Monday, Sept. 9. Officers got a tip that there was a live alligator in tone of the rooms at the Mona Lisa Motel on West DeKalb Street. CPD Sgt. Morales and Cpl. Jared Smith entered the room and told the occupants of the room why they were there, according to an incident report.