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This Is What You Find When You Raid A 'Career Criminal's' House

When officials raided a house in Detroit, they stumbled on quite a haul.

Wayne County Sheriff's deputies and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents raided the home of a described "career criminal" at 7 a.m. Friday. Beyond your standard cash and drugs, they found an odd assortment of suspected stolen goods at the seven-time convicted felon's home, including animals, tools and shoes.

"This person was a one-stop felony shop," said Sheriff Benny Napoleon. "Imagine the terror he inflicted on all the hard working people in that neighborhood.”

Here's what they found, according to the Wayne County Sheriff’s office:

  • Dozens of pairs of gym shoes.
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  • A quarter kilo of cocaine.
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  • Two pit bulls.
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  • Three motorcycle scooters.
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  • One yellow python.
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  • One alligator (small).
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  • Several appliances (also small).
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  • Hardware tools.
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  • 'Suspected' marijuana and heroin.
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  • Several $1000 in cash.
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