Florida Police Officer Wrangles 12-Foot Burmese Python

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PEMBROKE PINES, FL — There’s much more to police work than writing tickets and eating doughnuts. Sometimes the job can be physical — or even downright slimy.

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Florida Police Officer Wrangles 12-Foot Burmese Python on 13th of Jan 2018, PEMBROKE PINES, FL — There's much more to police work than writing tickets and eating doughnuts. Sometimes the job can be physical — or even downright slimy.

Pembroke Pines Police Officer Wrangles 12-Foot Python on 13th of Jan 2018, A Pembroke Pines Police officer had his hands full when he responded to a call of a massive Burmese python Thursday night. Officer Cabrera responded to the Chapel Trail area near U.S. 27 and Johnson Street where he encountered the 12 and a half foot snake.

Pembroke Pines police officer wrangles giant python on city street (Jan 2018), When he arrived on the scene near Johnson Street and U.S. 27, Officer Cabrera found a 12-and-a-half foot long Burmese python.

Watch: Florida Police Subdue 12-Foot Burmese Python On Roadway on 13th of Jan 2018, A Florida police officer wrangled with a massive 12-and-a-half foot snake Thursday evening after the Burmese python was seen along a roadway in the Chapel Trail area. Pembroke Pines Officer Joey Cabrera responded to the call near U.S.