Missing python is returned to owner in Plymouth; one person may have been bitten
A missing python that has shaken up residents of South Street in Plymouth has been returned to its owner, according to Plymouth police.
The 11-foot python wandered away from home on Sunday. It was found almost directly across the street from its home around 1 p.m. today, said Plymouth Police Captain John Rogers. It was picked up by Environmental Police.
One person was taken to the hospital after possibly being bitten by the snake, but the injury is still under investigation, Rogers said. The owner has been cited for not having the proper permit to keep a wild animal, he said.Sarah N. Mattero can be reached at email@example.com.
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