Alligator suspected of killing, eating man in Hurricane Ida floodwaters captured

Alligator suspected of killing, eating man in Hurricane Ida floodwaters captured

FOLLOW ON Advertisement Alligator suspected of killing a man in Hurricane Ida floodwaters found with what appears to be human remains in its stomach. (St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office) A 504-pound alligator was captured in the area where a St. Tammany Parish man was last seen after he walked in floodwaters following Hurricane Ida, the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office in Louisiana said. The man, identified as Timothy Satterlee Sr., was last seen on August 30, CNN previously reported. His wife told authorities that she heard a commotion and saw a large alligator attacking her husband. St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Randy Smith "vowed" that his agency "would use all of the resources and manpower available to bring some sort of closure to the family," a statement from the parish reads. …
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