New York Post - The woman whose lifeless body was found clenched between a 14-foot alligator’s jaws was arrested just two months earlier for trespassing on county wetland property. Sabrina Peckham, 41, was identified by police Saturday as the victim being dragged by the beast in a canal along a residential street in Largo, a small community just four miles south of Clearwater.
The homeless woman was caught by Pinellas County deputies around 6:30 a.m. on July 14 for trespassing onto county wetland just half a mile from where she was found dead Friday, court records show. Peckman ignored posted signage warning against unlaw entry.
After pleading no contest to the misdemeanor, she was released from the county on Sept. 8 and was ordered to $500.
It is not clear where the transient woman went in the two weeks before she was discovered dead in the waterway.
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