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Topic - Cristen Rensel
Two pods at the Pinellas County Jail have been quarantined because an inmate contracted chicken pox.
Trying to evade police, a Florida man ran into the jaws of an alligator.
Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Cristen Rensel says the quarantine will remain in effect through Jan. 29 for "precautionary reasons."
"An alligator took a bite out of crime today," said Cristen Rensel of Pinellas County Sheriff's office. "If the alligator had not bit him or attacked him, he might not have ended up in the hospital."