Police arrived at the 49-year-old's home, and emergency and firefighting personnel stormed the house through the front door of the house.
And the American police found the man dead in his home surrounded by more than 100 venomous and non-venomous snakes.
They pronounced the man dead at the scene, and the man's body was taken to the Baltimore Chief Medical Examiner's office for an autopsy.
Police discovered more than 100 snakes of several different species inside the house, which the man's neighbors were unaware of.
Officials said: It was also found inside the house about 125 snakes; Toxic and non-toxic of different varieties in cabinets placed on shelves.
According to the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”, Jennifer Harris, a spokeswoman for the Charles County Animal Welfare Foundation, said: The breeds included snakes, rattlesnakes, cobras and black mambas, the most venomous in the world and prohibited to be acquired legally.
It was the largest group of snakes it had seen in the county in more than 30 years, said Charles County Animal Control, which works to rescue reptiles from homes.