WOODSTOCK, Ga -- It wasn't your typical drug bust when narcotics officers went to a home in Woodstock last Friday. They found something more exotic than the drugs.
Living in a home on Creekbend Drive were dogs, cats, a squirrel, several snakes and two lizards. One of those lizards is illegal to own, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
A tip from a citizen led the Cherokee Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad (CMANS) to the home because of drug activity, according to Commander Phil Price. "There was a lot of animal feces," he said. "It was not what I would think of as a healthy environment."