Trapper removed 10-foot gator from Florida school

Wild video shows trapper removing 10-foot alligator from Florida school



It looks like a *** scene straight from the Everglades. But this is in Jacksonville off Moncrief Street. And that Florida man didn’t try. This is Mike Dragic’s house. Yes, he is a licensed trapper. I love the people at Mon Creek. I feel like I feel like batman. I was there. These people are scared to death of this crocodile. He got a call on Sunday night about the annoying skater and showed up in front of a crowd of neighbors with police and firefighters. First responders finally helped. It looks like you are playing with crocodiles. For me it’s play. I love doing it, man. There’s nothing that energizes and pumps up adrenaline like messing around with a big alligator. But what I was doing was tiring them out. You have to tire these animals out or they can really hurt you. The crocodile is big, ferocious and used to humans. So, unfortunately, Dragic said he had to put it down, he harvested the alligator so he wouldn’t waste the meat. In fact, he may be planning to host some kind of community cooking in Moncrief for those who have seen him argue. It’s an on-demand alligator trap for Duval County. And recently, the so-called blue-collar brawler has attracted a lot of attention on social media with millions of views on videos of him hitting reptiles. He says he has great respect for you trying to use this exposure for your charity. Let me know about that. Correct. So your outdoor saving projects. Our mission is to combat PTSD and veteran suicide by connecting with the outside. Share the true freedom gained through Jesus Christ Dragic had his struggles. He was shot as a young man left to die, later became a Marine serving in Afghanistan and is now an MMA fighter. Plus, he’s the biological father. Our goal is to bring first responders who are veterans and those out there struggling with mental illness and provide them with the help they need. He hopes he can use this story and his adventures to inspire others.

Wild video shows trapper removing 10-foot alligator from Florida school

A man from Jacksonville known as “The Blue Collar” wrestled with another alligator. It was caught on camera in the school parking lot. Licensed trapper Mike Dragich received a call Sunday night about an alligator harassing and appearing in front of a crowd of neighbors alongside police and firefighters. He said even though it looked like he was playing with the alligator, he was trying to tire it out in the end, so it didn’t hurt anyone. “I love the people at Moncrief. I feel like Batman. I’ve been there, these people are scared to death of this crocodile,” he said. In the end, Dragich said he had to put the 10-foot alligator down. Top headlines: Tropical depression forms in Gulf of Mexico Florida high school yearbook is being reviewed after parent calls LGBTQ+ pages ‘inappropriate’ Mother accused of leaving infant in a hot car going to church, Palm Bay police said

A man from Jacksonville known as “Blue Collar Brawler” wrestled with another alligator.

It was all caught on camera in a school parking lot.

Licensed trapper Mike Dragich received a call Sunday night about an alligator harasser and appeared in front of a crowd of neighbors with police and firefighters.

He said even though it looked like he was playing with the alligator, he was trying to tire it out in the end, so it didn’t hurt anyone.

“I love the people at Moncrief. I feel like Batman. I’ve been there, these people are scared to death of this crocodile,” he said.

In the end, Dragich said he had to put the 10-foot alligator down.

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Edmund DeMarche is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Edmund DeMarche joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing edmund@ustimespost.com.

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