One man from Maryland was found dead in his home, which was also occupied by more than 125 snakes (and nope, we weren’t the ones to count them, THANK GOD!).
There is no cause of death as of now…
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“A Maryland man was found dead in his home surrounded by over 100 venomous and nonvenomous snakes, officials said Thursday,” The New York Post reported.
“The police had responded to the 49-year-old man’s home after a neighbor reported he saw the man lying on the floor unconscious after he went to check on him after not seeing him for more than a day, the Charles County Sheriff’s Department said in a statement.
EMS and fire officials forced their way through the front door of the home, where they pronounced the man dead. Police said there was no evidence of foul play and the man’s body was transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore for an autopsy. Officials have not yet released the man’s identity.”
“Over 100 snakes of several varieties inside the home, which the man’s neighbors were unaware of. Charles County Animal Control was working to rescue the reptiles with experts from North Carolina and Virginia,” the police stated.
Jennifer Harris, a spokesperson for Charles County Animal Control, told WUSA9 that the department had “tagged and bagged” over 125 snakes. Harris told the outlet that neighbors should not be concerned.
Watch the official report video below:
Charles County says it found 125+ snakes in a Pomfret, MD man's home. The man was found dead yesterday. No cause of death given yet. County says neighbors had no idea the snakes were even there. Some were venemous, some weren't. (@wusa9 link: https://t.co/tGfps4cJaj) pic.twitter.com/VWkpgOdn9u
— John Henry (@JohnHenryWUSA) January 20, 2022