Man Drugged & Trained Innocent Squirrel For Aggressive Attacks, Shows No Remorse
A 35-year old Alabama man named Mickey Paulk is wanted in a drugs and ammunition case, and for illegally keeping a pet squirrel. The squirrel was fed meth to fuel it up with aggression for attacks in the neighborhood.
The police received tips about the drugged “attack squirrel” that caused menace in the neighborhood. Cops traced the squirrel to Mickey’s house where the caged rodent was kept among many supplies of meth, drug paraphernalia, body armor, and ammunition.
Police contacted Alabama Game and Fish Division of the Department of Conservation for advice. They notified that keeping a pet squirrel is illegal in Alabama and asked the cops to release the squirrel in the woods.
Mickey rubbished police’s claims on a video posted to social media. In the video, he is seen bragging about how he brought Deeznuts (as he named the squirrel) back from the woods as his pet recognized him in an instant. Police have meanwhile secured a warrant to arrest Paul, but he remains untraceable. Let’s help the police catch this man.
Update: Detectives received a tip from an inn and ambushed Mickey. However, Mickey stole a motorbike and fled the scene. He was later pinned down and found holding a .45-caliber pistol. He’s currently being held at the Lauderdale County Detention Center with bail of $6,500. He also faces charges of possession of a drug paraphernalia, arms, and loitering at a known drug house.