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850 snakes found in N.Y. home

  • Man may have been selling them illegally
  • Homeowner is an animal control officer who was being investigated for alleged workers compensation fraud
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A man in New York has been busted for keeping 850 snakes in his home.

2 of them were pythons that were six-feet long.

Police say an animal control officer on disability was selling them in an illegal side business.

The snakes were kept in containers in his garage and did not appear to be neglected.

Police made the discovery while they were investigating him for alleged workers compensation fraud.

More from HLN affiliate News 12: Snakes worth half a million dollars

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