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Bryan Berkley, 30, from Cape Coral, Florida is now facing four charges, including large-scale theft and burglary in an empty vehicle

Long tail? The Florida man tells the police that he broke into a house because he was being chased by ALLIGATORS

  • Bryan Berkley, 30, from Cape Coral, Florida, has been accused of one count of car burglary, big theft and two counts of criminal calamity
  • When asked why he broke into a house, he told them he was thirsty after being chased by alligators
  • Deputies arrested him allegedly trying to break into a truck
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Bryan Berkley, 30, from Cape Coral, Florida is now facing four charges, including large-scale theft and burglary in an empty vehicle

Bryan Berkley, 30, from Cape Coral, Florida is now facing four charges, including large-scale theft and burglary in an empty vehicle

A man was arrested after he alleged that he had broken into a house because alligators were chasing him.

Bryan Berkley, 30, from Cape Coral, Florida, has been accused of one count of car burglary, big theft and two counts of criminal calamity.

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The man was found by Collier County Sheriff & # 39; s Office delegates, allegedly breaking into a truck and causing hundreds of dollars in damage to promotional brochures, according to Fox4Now.

Upon interrogation, Berkley claimed that he had previously broken into a house on Emilia Lane in Naples because alligators chased him and he tried to get a sip of water.

Berkley, who faces four charges, is now in jail after the Tuesday night incident

Berkley, who faces four charges, is now in jail after the Tuesday night incident

Berkley was arrested by Collier County delegates after allegedly breaking into a house in Naples

Berkley was arrested by Collier County delegates after allegedly breaking into a house in Naples

Berkley, who faces four charges, is now in jail after the Tuesday night incident

Allegedly he went to the kitchen in the house and was told to leave with the owners, when he walked away, he claimed that he had taken a bowl of ice from the fridge.

Since the incident on Tuesday, he is now in jail with two serious indictments for burglary and big theft, and two crimes of criminal calamity. He has a $ 37,000 deposit.

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Of the five million alligators in America, 1.25 million live according to the conservation group in the & # 39; Sunshine State & # 39; from Florida Defenders of the wild.

Their diet consists mainly of fish, turtles, various mammals, birds and reptiles.

On social media, people told skepticism about the man's story, with Jamie Kasten on Facebook: & # 39; Seems legitimate … & # 39;

Another user, Nicole Marie, wrote: & # 39; I saw this happen ………. happy that he is safe and can get away. & # 39;

Others were more concerned: & # 39; People like this are straining and scary & # 39 ;, wrote Linda Briden Spies.

Collier County Sheriff delegates claim that Berkley told them he broke into the house because he was being chased by alligators and wanted a glass of water
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Collier County Sheriff delegates claim that Berkley told them he broke into the house because he was being chased by alligators and wanted a glass of water

Collier County Sheriff delegates claim that Berkley told them he broke into the house because he was being chased by alligators and wanted a glass of water

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