Texas deputies help wrangle 10-foot alligator found in the middle of a road

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A 10-foot alligator was caught taking an early morning stroll in the middle of a road on Sunday in a neighborhood outside of Houston, Texas, authorities said.

The Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office responded to the 13800 block of North Lake Branch Lane in Atascocita in response to the massive reptile.

Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman shared photos of the gator wandering near a vehicle parked on the street after officials wrangled the gator on a sidewalk.

Herman said the alligator was safely captured and in the possession of Animal Control.

MASSIVE 11-FOOT, 400-POUND ALLIGATOR IN KATY, TEXAS NEIGHBORHOOD SCARES ONLOOKERS

Last week, an 11-foot, 400-pound alligator was captured along a residential road in Katy, Texas. The alligator was then lifted via a tow truck and relocated to Gator Country near Beaumont, officials said at the time.

The massive reptile was found in the middle of a road.

The massive reptile was found in the middle of a road. (Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office )

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Earlier this month, police in Lake Worth, Texas, caught a 3.5-foot alligator that was “hissing” at people near an ATM.

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