Police near Detroit seize 300 exotic animals from 'bootleg zookeeper'
Suburban Detroit police say they've seized more than 300 hedgehogs and other animals that were being kept by what they're calling a "bootleg zookeeper."
The Romulus Police Department says it also rescued six Flemish giant rabbits, three large iguanas, two kangaroos, a peacock, an Arctic fox and a 16-foot, 200-pound reticulated python Thursday from a building on one of the city's main roads.
Police say they were acting on a call from a concerned resident.
They say the animals have been turned over to experts who can properly take care of them.
Police say they're questioning a suspect.