It was far from your typical call: A Leon County detective managed to wrangle a 9-foot-long anaconda this week.
Shaw was armed with only a large tree branch and what appears to be a gym bag.
This wasn't the first time Shaw handled a snake.
She successfully grabs the anaconda by the tail with her hands, as the giant snake wraps its tail around her arm while she's dragging it across the ground.
Officials say Shaw had experience handling exotic snakes, so she was the right person for the call.
As Shaw handles the snake, a co-worker videotaping is heard laughing in disbelief, cheering her on and calling her "crazy". She makes quick work of the anaconda, securing it inside the duffel bag in a matter of minutes.
They believe the 9-foot reptile was a pet that either escaped or was released. "If you own an exotic pet - please be responsible".
One man arrested in Maidstone area following extensive search
The individual was conscious with non-life-threatening injuries and was transported to the Royal Alexandra Hospital and treated. According to an RCMP news release issued Friday, officers nabbed the suspect when he got out a auto which had become stuck.
Sturgis Brown High School cancels homecoming
Sturgis was scheduled to play neighboring Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in the homecoming football game. The Meade School Board voted 8-0 on Thursday to cancel all remaining homecoming activities.