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Alligator discovered in East Naples condo garage

Residents watch Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers prepare to remove a three- to four-foot alligator from a garage in the Falling Waters Beach Resort neighborhood on Thursday, April, 28, 2011, in East Naples. A resident of the condo, Ken Czarnecki, center, said he discovered the alligator as he prepared for a morning bike ride. David Albers/ Staff

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Residents watch Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers prepare to remove a three- to four-foot alligator from a garage in the Falling Waters Beach Resort neighborhood on Thursday, April, 28, 2011, in East Naples. A resident of the condo, Ken Czarnecki, center, said he discovered the alligator as he prepared for a morning bike ride. David Albers/ Staff

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  • Naples resident Carlo Caramiello, 71, touches a three- to four-foot alligator removed from a garage by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officer Tyler Akos, left, in the Falling Waters Beach Resort neighborhood on Thursday, April, 28, 2011, in East Naples. The resident of the condo, Ken Czarnecki, said he discovered the alligator as he prepared for a morning bike ride. The officers said the alligator was headed to Rookery Bay for an educational display then to the Everglades to be released. David Albers/ Staff
  • Residents watch Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission remove a three- to four-foot alligator from a garage in the Falling Waters Beach Resort neighborhood on Thursday, April, 28, 2011, in East Naples. The resident of the condo, Ken Czarnecki, said he discovered the alligator as he prepared for a morning bike ride. David Albers/ Staff
  • Officer Tyler Akos, of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, holds a three- to four-foot alligator he helped remove from a garage in the Falling Waters Beach Resort neighborhood on Thursday, April, 28, 2011, in East Naples. The resident of the condo, Ken Czarnecki, said he discovered the alligator as he prepared for a morning bike ride. David Albers/ Staff
  • Residents of the Falling Waters Beach Resort neighborhood watch Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission remove a three- to four-foot alligator from a garage on Thursday, April, 28, 2011, in East Naples. The resident of the condo, Ken Czarnecki, said he discovered the alligator as he prepared for a morning bike ride. David Albers/ Staff
  • Cpl. Scott Ventura, of the Collier County Sheriff's Office and Officer Tyler Akos, of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, prepare to remove a three- to four-foot alligator from a garage in the Falling Waters Beach Resort neighborhood on Thursday, April, 28, 2011, in East Naples. A resident of the condo, Ken Czarnecki, said he discovered the alligator as he prepared for a morning bike ride. David Albers/ Staff
  • Residents watch Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers prepare to remove a three- to four-foot alligator from a garage in the Falling Waters Beach Resort neighborhood on Thursday, April, 28, 2011, in East Naples. A resident of the condo, Ken Czarnecki, center, said he discovered the alligator as he prepared for a morning bike ride. David Albers/ Staff

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