Savannah man plays with wolves, arrested

John Floyd

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- A 26-year-old Savannah man who police say climbed into the wolf pen at Oatland Island was charged with trespassing after leading police on a foot chase through the woods.

Savannah-Chatham police were called to the wildlife education center about noon after witnesses reported seeing a man inside the pen that houses the wolves, said Julian Miller, police spokesman.

Patrol officers had to chase down John Floyd, of an East Park Avenue address, with a borrowed utility vehicle after he fled the pen and ran through several other enclosures before running down a trail, Miller said.

Once police apprehended him they discovered a container of sugar cubes, an unidentified brown crystallized powder, an unidentified liquid, a nearly empty bottle of Kahlua, and an almost empty half-gallon carton of soy milk.

Miller said police are continuing to investigate the incident.

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