From today's AP news:
Alligators, snakes, rodents rescued in Milwaukee
Fri May 14, 12:32 am ET
MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee police were called to investigate an alleged sexual assault and stepped into a crime scene crawling — in some cases literally — with hundreds of reptiles including alligators and snakes.
Police spokeswoman Anne E. Schwartz says the reptiles and rodents were found in a home and inside a building doubling as a storage facility and residence. The initial discovery was made Wednesday, and officers remained at the scene Thursday.
Lt. Paul Felician told WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee at least five anaconda snakes 20 to 30 feet long were found, along with spiders and a chicken.
Some animals were stored in containers; others roamed.
Officials from nearby zoos, an animal control unit and other agencies helped police. A 50-year-old woman was arrested and could be charged.