BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – A man from Alabama, who wanted accusations of drugs and weapons, published a video in which he denied he ate methamphetamine in the so-called "attack squirrel" he thinks as a pet. video on his Facebook page on Tuesday evening as authorities continue to search for him. This shows that he is catching a rodent, which he says is the same that was captured during a search and then released by the authorities.
"You can not give squirrels to a moth, it will kill them, I'm sure, but I've never tried it," he said.
He said the squirrel he held as a pet was safe and it is not a threat to anyone. "The public is not in danger of any kind. "said Paul with a laugh. – Paul told the Associated Press that a friend gave him the animal shortly after he was born, and he called him "Deeznutz."
Steven Young, a spokeswoman for the office of the Sheriff of Limestone County, said investigators on Wednesday are still looking for 35-year-old Paul, who has a rich record of criminal records.
"Yes, we know about the video," he said. "And yes, it's in the video."
Police said they were warned of a metabolized, metabolized catheter before conducting a drug search in a rural home near Athens, Alabama, on Monday. A man was arrested at home and the police said they had released the squirrel in the cage.
In the video, Paulk denied living in the home, but said he had gone there after the attack and saw the squirrel on the tree. The animal dropped and jumped on his shoulder, he said.
"I just stopped and whistled," said Paul, who was wanted by order, accusing him of possession of drugs and illegal weapons. a squirrel of trees near the house, Young said, but there was no way to tell if the squirrel shown in the video was the same as the one released by the officers after the attack.
"We do not know if there may even be two squirrels," he said. "It will be just speculation."
In an interview with the PA, Paul said on Wednesday he was working with a lawyer and relatives on a transmission plan of the authorities.Paul said he had "some loose ends to tie up" before surrendering, including making the squirrel live in Tennessee
Paul said he had raised "Deesnutz" since he was baby because he did not know why the authorities thought the squirrel was a drug unless someone saw him behave excitedly and told the police "Maybe it's the meta or something."
Paul said he was no longer in Athens, but he would not say his exact location