Neighborhood gator’s removal involves city police, upsets residents (SC)

Some in Conway’s Ridgewood West neighborhood are grieving the loss of its popular alligator, Earl, and a Conway man has been charged with discharging a firearm in the city limits when he shot the gator.  Conway police cited him with discharging a firearm in the city limits to kill the gator.  Some neighbors say they were upset to learn that the alligator had been removed from the pond and shot without any forewarning or notice to the community that the disposal of the gator was coming. They are worried that having gunshots within the neighborhood could have injured a resident or damaged property if bullets had ricocheted from the gator or water.    Read the article……………

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