Cops

Cops

Called the original reality show, COPS hit the airwaves in 1989, putting camera crews in police cars all across the United States. Adopting the cinéma vérité style of documentary filming, COPS uses no narration, depending completely on the police officers and the footage shot as it happens to tell the story. Still one of the most popular television shows on the air, COPS continually wins its 8pm time slot Saturday nights on FOX. COPS can also be seen in syndication on CourtTV and on the FX Cable Channel.

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SEASONS

Season 30.

ep 2: Running Scared

ep 1: Mommy's Tears

Season 29.
Cops - S29

ep 33: Running Scared

Suspected jewelry thieves attempt a daring escape during a high-speed pursuit. A feisty man does everything that he can to make his arrest a challenge. A traffic stop leads to a marital spat after it reveals some illegal items.

ep 32:

ep 31: Window of Opportunity

Officers come to the rescue when a troubled man hits a low point. The cops are called when a man starts a food fight in a fit of rage. Deputies catch a man off-guard during their search of a parking garage.

ep 30: Rock Star

An irate man has trouble accepting the truth when confronted with his actions; officers question a cagey group to confirm suspicions; an argument between parents becomes violent.

ep 29: The Naked Truth

An evasive driver tells the police that he's the victim; a pregnant woman makes some questionable choices; a robbery suspect finds comfort in coming clean.

ep 28: Mother Knows Best

A defiant motorist can't believe that his mother sides with the law; deputies discover a man in a strange costume during a traffic stop; officers protect a hardworking mom from a couple of surprise visitors.

ep 27: The Truth Is Key

A desperate suspect flees from the cops after shots are fired; a father and daughter are caught off guard when they run into a man wielding a screwdriver; the police catch a bunch of women making poor choices.

ep 26: A Man Without a Plan

A young man receives a wake up call when he's caught breaking the law; a traffic stop turns up a nervous trio with a lot to hide; a board game sparks a family feud.

ep 25: Bikini Brawl

A woman's job hunt turns sour and officers intervene when she goes to extremes. Also: deputies confront a nervous man with bad habits and officers come across a suspect who thinks his girlfriend is the reason he was caught.

ep 24: Odd Man Out

ep 23: Cookies and Contraband

A detective gets injured during a chase of a suspected car thief; a young couple get arrested following a bar fight; and a search of a suspect's car yields a variety of items.

ep 22: Heat of the Moment

Officers chase a parolee down a dead end street; authorities encounter a jealous boyfriend with inconsistencies to his story; and an officer comes to the aid of frustrated citizens.

ep 21: Gun in the Front, Rifle in the Back

Deputies encounter a bad car crash and pull a man from the wreckage; cops question a robbery suspect who claims he was actually the victim; and officers come across a young man who claims he has a disorder that causes him to run away.

ep 20: Manic Monday

A felon seeks safe haven and turns to his grandmother; deputies use an old security device from the 1980s; and officers call in animal control after neighbors refuse to return a dog to its owners.

ep 19: Between a Bush and a Hard Place

A car chase switches gears when the driver flees on foot; tempers flare between neighbors after some kids get physical; a nervous driver becomes irate when the police search his passenger.

ep 18: Episode 18

ep 17: Episode 17

ep 16: Episode 16

ep 15: Episode 15

ep 14: Episode 14

ep 13: Thanks for Nothing, Mom

ep 12: Bail Me Out, Boss

Cops help a distressed woman escape an abusive fiance; a motorist's passenger causes trouble; and authorities encounter an overly friendly man.

ep 11: Just Hanging Out

ep 10: Wake Up Call

A suspicious man takes his chances with a taser; a lawbreaker tries to convince the cops that he's a good guy; deputies smell something during a traffic stop.

ep 9: One, Two, Three

A high-speed pursuit ends suddenly when a suspect takes a wrong turn; officers intervene in a lovers' quarrel; and a nervous man tries to hide his criminal act.

ep 8: Episode 8

ep 7: Episode 7

ep 6: Funny Money

ep 5: Better Safe Than Sorry

ep 4: Mixed Emotions

ep 3: Episode 3

ep 2: First Time Caller

ep 1: From Sixty to Zero

Season 28.
Cops - S28

ep 33: Sidewalk Licker

A prostitution sting catches two different lawbreakers; a cop questions a cagey woman; and an argument in a parking lot gets the attention of a vigilant patrol officer.

ep 32: No Helmet, No Ride

Lack of safety equipment calls attention to a lawbreaker; a man is spotted waving a gun around, forcing officers to search homes in the surrounding area; and suspects detained after a car crash have difficulty explaining how they know each other.

ep 31: Carjacked Up

An armed suspect is found in a bloody state; the driver of a stolen car bails when officers pull him over; and officers capture several suspects in two carjacked vehicles.

ep 30: Trouble in Paradise

A homeless man decides to test the police when he thinks there’s no escape. Good Samaritans catch a man breaking into their neighbor’s car. Officers do their best to resolve a dispute between newlyweds.

ep 29: What's in the Box

A homeless man puts up a fight to maintain his freedom; a suspicious man and woman in a parked car catch an officer's attention; a squabble between lovers draws attention to an outstanding warrant.

ep 28: Front Door Felony

Cops use city cameras to track a suspected motorbike thief; a K-9 unit combs a dark hilltop; a concerned citizen steps in to thwart a pair of would-be mail burglars.

ep 27: Crying Over Spilled Milk

A suspected car thief ditches his ride when police spot him. Officers are called to a bar when an enraged man pulls out a knife. An argument over a bit of milk takes a violent turn.

ep 26: Love Gone Bad

A suspect plays it cool when officers try to match an abandoned gun to his empty holster; poor choices in a parking lot inspire a life coaching moment; cops learn that good neighbors do exist.

ep 25: Shaking Like a Paint Mixer

A man jumps from a moving vehicle to escape the police; a car chase ends with a call to paramedics; an agitated man confuses threatening actions with heroism.

ep 24: Bible Buddies

A teen leads officers on a dangerous chase yet shows little remorse once captured. A report of a person in distress helps officers identify a group of lawbreakers. An unsuccessful robber has a moment of honesty.

ep 23: Nothing To See Here

A man with a felony warrant does his best to escape arrest. Things get weird when an agitated man tries to reveal everything to the police. A young man makes poor choices that lead to a broken home.

ep 22: Undeniably Fishy

After a night out on the town, a man loses his friend and finds trouble. Officers stop a vehicle that they believe was involved in an officer-related shooting. A young couple in a parked car strikes officers as suspicious.

ep 21: Two in the Bush

One offender tries to make the rules after deputies place her in cuffs. An unlicensed driver speeds away from a checkpoint with devastating results. Officers do their best to learn the truth from a couple of evasive suspects.

ep 20: Party in a Box

Surveillance footage catches a suspect in the act; officers divide and conquer after a dangerous chase; a suspicious character accuses the cops of being untrustworthy.

ep 19: Second Time Around

Deputies are shocked when they recognize a repeat offender. When confronted by the cops, a desperate man shows no love for his girlfriend. Officers bring in a canine unit to complete a vehicle search.

ep 18: Too Many Cooks

A lawbreaker’s polite and respectful demeanor surprises deputies. Suspicious activity at a gas station leads one officer to rely on her instincts. An argument over dinner results in a call to the cops.

ep 17: The Young and the Reckless

A man with multiple warrants puts up a fight when faced with a trip to jail. A desperate driver makes a last-minute attempt to hide his crime. A teenager is forced to join the workforce after he makes a costly error.

ep 16: Mom Still Loves You

An entitled young man thinks that he can tell the police what to do. A known lawbreaker eludes deputies long enough to cause serious damage. Emotions run high when a mother confronts her handcuffed son.

ep 15: Fighting to Lose

An after hours search of a park turns up a young couple in a port-a-potty. An extremely combative man refuses to surrender to officers. A heated argument between best friends catches the attention of the cops.

ep 14: Dishonest Dudes

A young couple attempts to give the cops the slip during a storm. A motorist tries to resist deputies, but his moves are as outdated as his accessories. Police encounter a suspiciously sweaty man on an eerily dim street.

ep 13: Highway to Jail

ATV joyriders lead officers on an unwieldy chase. An attempt to check on some expired tags ends with a young couple at gunpoint. A motorist gives deputies his brother’s name in hopes of avoiding jail time.

ep 12: Smooth Move

A suspected copper thief plays dumb when the cops catch up to him. A jittery cyclist tries to get away with a slippery maneuver. A couple takes their bout of domestic violence to the streets.

ep 11: Pants Party

A reckless driver tries to bail out of a checkpoint but outmaneuvers himself instead. Fingers are pointed fast when cops interview a peculiar group of people. Deputies have to do a little digging to get to the bottom of things.

ep 10: Four Felonies and a Flat Tire

The temptation of being on camera proves to be too much for one car thief. In order to catch an oblivious driver’s attention, officers are forced to disable his car. A woman tries to evade arrest by giving deputies a fake name.

ep 9: Dead End Dash

One suspect takes his chances in a ravine after he leads deputies to a dead end. A quick vehicle search turns a family outing into a trip to the slammer. The cops inspect a domestic disturbance between a dad and his teenage son.

ep 8: Pinky Promise

A sleeping motorist displays a foul mood when woken up; reports of a suspicious person lead officers to much more; and a young woman offers promises in an attempt to avoid a trip to jail.

ep 7: Think as Thieves

Officers chase two car thieves through town; a friendship crumbles when police start asking questions; and a deputy stops a man who makes a strange claim about his car.

ep 6: Drive and Dash

A man tries to throw the cops off his scent by running through a shower. Deputies are called when a belligerent man violates a restraining order. A husband and wife give the police conflicting stories during a traffic stop.

ep 5: That's My Grill

A handcuffed teen tries to run when deputies turn him over to paramedics; a suspect does his best to keep his lips sealed during a traffic stop; a woman attempts to evict her nephew and his pregnant girlfriend.

ep 4: Brotherly Love

A man behind the wheel of a stolen vehicle leads deputies on a wild pursuit. When a man threatens his brother with a knife, Mom calls the cops. A young couple tells deputies conflicting stories about the car in their possession.

ep 3: The Blame Game

Woman bursts into tears when her boyfriend gets pulled over by police. During a sketchy traffic stop, one nervous passenger is quick to cooperate with deputies. A suspect blames the contents of his wallet on a stranger.

ep 2: Sittin' in the Dark

Cops nab a suspect who tries to escape by hiding in plain sight. A man fires away when he believes his dog is in danger. Paramedics are called when an officer encounters a distraught woman and her catatonic partner.

ep 1: Cats and Dogs

An armed trespasser uses a young dog as a shield. A woman under the influence goes on a rampage, tearing into homes and people. A cat lady calls the cops when her neighbors get nosy.

Season 27.
Cops - S27

ep 34: Be Careful What You Ask For

A man begs police to shoot him; an intoxicated woman is arrested for domestic assault; officers deal with a dysfunctional family.

ep 33: Hit and Run

ep 32: Getting Funcky

A man takes off on foot after being stopped for drinking while biking; a woman in her pyjamas is found to be using a stolen vehicle; officers find a couple smoking meth in front of a young child.

ep 31: The One Dollar Shoe

A local nuisance is caught bothering people again; a usual suspect with money in his shoe.

ep 30: Crash Landing

A man hiding in an attic comes crashing through the ceiling; officers stop a man with a broken car; police respond to a complaint of cursing neighbours.

ep 29: Tell It to My Wife

A man calls for his wife in jail; a thief tries to give back stolen items; a woman goes from passed out to out of control.

ep 28: Drunk in Love

A woman hitches a ride home with the wrong guy; a known prostitute; a domestic partner refuses to leave home and officers intervene.

ep 27: Eye in the Sky

A jaywalker darts on a mad dash through the weeds; things go badly for a suspect on a stolen motorcycle when choppers help officers track him down; a domestic dispute leads cops to a slew of unexpected crimes.

ep 26: Scary Monsters

A resistant suspect thinks he sees monsters everywhere. Cops are forced to officiate a spousal wrestling match. Officers try to sort out where two motorists got their car and whose dope they possess.

ep 25: Not My Crack

An uncooperative suspect obeys instructions from his more levelheaded relative. A dead ringer for “The Rock” uncovers some crack rock. Officers try to get the truth out of two known drug users.

ep 24: Pass the Rock

A suspect uses bizarre driving techniques to elude cops. A tough officer wades through a forest of denial before finding the crack. Police search for a man accused of shooting up the neighborhood.

ep 23: Turbo Charged

An extremely understanding cop gives a resistant suspect too many chances. A driver reminds us why we should never let a friend borrow our car. A man with a supped-up vehicle tells an awful lie to police.

ep 22: On Thin Ice

A defiant suspect winds up on the wrong side of a K-9 bite. A former fiancé becomes a neighborhood nuisance when he pays his ex an unwanted visit. A routine traffic stop turns into warrants, pregnancy, and Meth.

ep 21: Sucker Punch

A suspect goes out to get his haircut and winds up in jail. Officers try to piece together a puzzling street fight between a boxer and his confused friend. Cops give a suspect every chance to admit to his obvious crime.

ep 20: Strange Encounters

A kind man gets more than he bargained for from his new roommate. Cops discover the unexpected consequences of punching a scooter. Officers stop a sober suspect who may not be from the same planet as them.

ep 19: Without A Paddle

A speedy suspect makes officers chase him through a creek. A teenage Good Samaritan gets in the middle of a bizarre domestic dispute. After a woman destroys her home, she begs police to arrest her.

ep 18: Facebook Fury

A DUI suspect reminds an officer of one famous dude. A naked man shocks a stranger on her porch. A daughter’s tantrum shakes the whole apartment when mom takes away Facebook.

ep 17: Familiar Faces

A group of suspects race a stolen SUV through a residential neighborhood. A drunk man has a kitchen knife and a listening problem. Two usual suspects are going back to jail for their latest escapades.

ep 16: Lady Bit My Finger

Three men try to convince cops they had no idea their vehicle was stolen. Officers respond after a partygoer mistakes another guest’s finger for dessert. A domestic abuse suspect makes police run through the streets.

ep 15: We Know Who You Are

Officers are forced to tase a suicidal man for his own good. A familiar face makes cops chase him through a grass field. No lie is too big for a suspect who seeks refuge in a condemned house.

ep 14: I'll Raise My Voice Right Back

The new chief in town oversees a series of undercover drug buys. Officers arrest a drunken man who can’t stop talking. A domestic abuse suspect admits to laying the smack down on her mooching husband.

ep 13: You'll Shoot Your Eye Out

A suspect runs through a hotel fence and then gives an employee some shocking news. Officers come upon two brothers who have just been in a knife fight. Cops arrive after an unruly man fires his BB gun at a neighbor’s child.

ep 12: Taser Proof

Officers learn that a taser can’t take some suspects down. Patrol cars roll up on a couple getting undressed in a darkened pickup truck. Cops arrest one of the most polite suspects in America.

ep 11: Running in Traffic

A fleeing suspect takes officers on a wild chase through oncoming traffic. Surveillance footage of a stabbing helps police find the vicious attacker. Cops track a subject into an uncooperative stranger’s apartment.

ep 10: Love Bites

A transgender woman in a wheelchair opens a can of whoop ass on an aggressive bully. Officers find a barely dressed couple in the midst of a biting match. A reckless driver doesn’t take too kindly to being pulled over.

ep 9: Bryce Dion Tribute

Bryce Dion was a 7-year veteran of COPS who was tragically killed during production. Comprised of clips from his work, this tribute episode displays his courage and commitment to showing the challenges faced by law enforcement.

ep 8: Step Away From the Cutlery

Officers attempt to piece together whether or not an erratic driver is in a stolen vehicle, a knife-wielding man complains that rude neighbors won’t stop smoking pot and a highly emotional man has a blade to his throat.

ep 7: Cruisin' the Neighborhood

A normal traffic stop turns into an off-road race through a residential neighborhood. Police discover a runaway suspect taking refuge in a family member’s closet. A domestic dispute erupts over chips and dip.

ep 6: Tazed and Confused

Cops are forced to take desperate measures when an unruly suspect won’t stop fighting. Officers have to contain a man looking to flee with crack. Police know a tearful driver has weed in the car when he refuses to open his glove box.

ep 5: Put Your Clothes Back On

Trying to get a naked man to cooperate; a pickup truck chase with a 14-year-old; loads of dope on routine traffic stop.

ep 4: Perfume Takedown

A fleeing thief runs into a patrolman; an armed-robbery victim gives a colourful overview of surveillance footage; officers return tearful children to their estranged mother.

ep 3: The Runaways

A driverless vehicle goes into an apartment complex; a suspect isn't fast enough to evade police; officers stumble upon a 7-year-old boy who left home alone.

ep 2: Batter Up

A woman uses a tow service employee's body for batting practice; a man explains his medicinal meth use; a couple tries to convince officers they didn't shoplift.

ep 1: Mohawked Cleaning Service

A cyclist gives officers a bloody fight; a scared caregiver tries to evict an unwanted helper; tinfoil lands an unlicensed driver in hot water.

Season 26.
Cops - S26

ep 22: Dealt a Bad Hand

A vehicle flips over in a pursuit; a man complains a stranger tried to lasso him; a driver has trouble staying in his lane after a bad night of poker.

ep 21: Hands Off the Junk

Bailing from a stolen vehicle; an undercover officer pulls a sting on a prostitute; an anxious woman busted for weed.

ep 20: Not My Text Messages

A routine traffic stop turns up sizeable drug evidence; a suspicious man in a parked car; two frequent offenders in a well-known drug area.

ep 19: You Didn't Get Very Far

A husky cyclist takes a spill when he tries to flee. Officers chase a suspect in a stolen car who says he was just fixing it for a friend. A man’s denials of drug use lose credibility when cops find a meth pipe in his vehicle.

ep 18: Wrong Place, Wrong Time

A man flees from officers patrolling a notorious drug hot spot; suspicious items are found in a jaywalker's jacket; a woman takes the heat for her beau when meth is found in their car.

ep 17: Doggie Paddle

A boat unit deals with an unruly suspect and his dogs; two burglary suspects claim car trouble has placed them at the crime scene; officers discover a meth addict on the brink of relapse.

ep 16: We Run The Show

A stealthy robbery suspect leads officers on a chase through backyards; a man denies ditching a bag of meth; a domestic-violence suspect tries to claim self-defense.

ep 15: Late Night Snacks

A fleeing vehicle goes for a spin when officers execute a perfect PIT maneuver. Cops try to flush out a suspect who barricades himself inside a donut shop. Officers hit the meth mother lode when they stop a truck in a downpour.

ep 14: Fast Food Escape

When officers approach, a suspect flees into a fast food restaurant. A driver takes his granny’s wheels for a dangerous spin with cops in pursuit. A pair of young lovebirds get caught with some mysterious white powder.

ep 13: My Jewelry's Fragile

A cyclist gets booked for trying to flee when officers pull him over. Two brothers struggle to explain why they took off when they saw the cops. A man takes a swing at his sister because she refuses to mow the lawn.

ep 12: Blood And Scars, Bro!

A suspect races through the neighborhood after his scooter can’t outrun police. Cops discover a drugged, incoherent wild man lying in the bushes. Officers try to make peace between neighbors with pit bull problems.

ep 11: This Man Stabbed Me

Stories include the pit maneuver is employed to end the chase of a stolen car; and officers must rescue a baby that has been left in a vehicle.

ep 10: Get Off My Roof

Stories include a man with a gun goes high on the roofs of houses with a K-9 dog on his heels; a dealer attempts to get rid of his dope; and a driver under the influence hits a parked vehicle.

ep 9: Guns, Hash, And Fire Hydrants

Stories include a fire hydrant that is damaged by a car being chased; a secret stash of hash is discovered; and a suspected accused of domestic violence points a finger toward his girlfriend.

ep 8: Cell Phone Secrets

A chase ends in an accident; an emotional man wants a kiss from police; a cell phone causes a brawl.

ep 7: The Fighting Kind

Stories include a meth head who thinks he is strong; a drug-carrying runner runs out of steam; and police make a suspect take off his socks.

ep 6: Kill 'em With Kindness

Stories include an armed man not taking lightly to criticism; a man on a motorcycle takes off from police, then acts as if he is a different person; cops must deal with a hit-and-run driver.

ep 5: Grown Men Gone Wild

ep 4: Pistol Packin' Families

A bicyclist ends up on the pavement when he tries to out pedal a patrol car. A messy divorce leads to a gun-toting showdown between a Corvette and a Mustang. An angry dog ends up getting the best of a domestic dispute.

ep 3: Dead Man Flushing

ep 2: Who Let The Dogs Out?

ep 1: Fight and Flight

Season 25.
Cops - S25

ep 16: Busted #3

ep 15: Fight Night

ep 14: Coast to Coast 183

ep 13: Taken Into Custody #3

Las Vegas officers question a young woman who appears to be involved in prostitution; Chattanooga cops respond to a physical altercation between a father and his son; officers chase after a suspect who goes on the run.

ep 12: Morons On Parade #6

Sacramento police officers are witnesses to an unexpected proposal after they haul in a suspect and his girlfriend; a burglary is stopped; and a domestic disturbance is broken up in Amarillo, Texas.

ep 11: Stupid Behaviors #5

An elderly man crashes his car, escapes on foot and then collapses. Elsewhere, Las Vegas cops find potentially stolen items and crystal meth in a suspect's pocket; and officers from California's Rialto Police Department respond to a domestic disturbance.

ep 10: Dazed & Confused #5

Alameda County, Cal., police pursue a man who runs when they try to question him; Newport News, Va., officers search a car when drugs are seen inside; Chattanooga, Tenn., cops respond to a domestic disturbance call.

ep 9: Street Patrol #3

Portland, Ore., police chase a suspect who runs from a traffic stop and also pursue a naked bicycle rider; officers respond to a call concerning a man being chased by a knife-wielding suspect.

ep 8: Caught in a Lie

Kansas police investigate a car crash and find drugs and a gun in one of the vehicles; a physical fight erupts between two roommates in North Las Vegas; and in Chattanooga, cops stop two men leaving a drug dealer's residence.

ep 7: Wild and Crazy #2

A Las Vegas woman refuses to pay taxi fare; police in Portland, Ore., investigate a knife fight; a tourist chases after a man who allegedly stole his gold necklace in Broward County, Fla.

ep 6: Busted #2

In Newport News, Va., police catch a cyclist carrying a concealed weapon; officers from the Broward County Sheriff's Office in Florida respond to a burglary; a Palm Beach, Fla., man is taken into custody after a domestic-disturbance call.

ep 5: Liar Liar #6

A suspect flees Atlanta police, and when they investigate further, they learn that the suspect's vehicle was stolen; in Kansas, police confront two teens carrying concealed weapons; officers from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Florida find a suspicious amount of prescription pills in a car.

ep 4: Chases…and Cars #2

In Kansas City, Mo., a suspect in a stolen vehicle abandons the car and takes off into the woods; and a man is taken into custody after being accused of threatening a resident with a gun. Also: A driver with alcohol in his car hits a pedestrian.

ep 3: Street Arrests #3

In Alamenda County, California., police chase an uncooperative person on a bike; Newport, Virginia a suspecious car in investigated in a carpark. Also: responding to a domestic-disturbance call in Chattanooga.

ep 2: Ho! Ho! Ho! #10 Special Editon

In Portland, Ore., police catch a couple engaging in lewd activity in a car; a prostitution sting is discovered during an undercover investigation in Alameda County, Cal. Also: a confrontation with an underage prostitute in Las Vegas.

ep 1: Odd Arrests

The 25th season kicks off with officers responding to a domestic-disturbance call in Toledo. Also: Sacramento cops work with an animal trainer to contain a feral zebra that's running loose in the city; a disturbance call in Portland, Ore., involves a suspect chasing a man along a highway overpass.

Season 24.
Cops - S24

ep 22: First Respond

A “shots fired” call leads two New Orleans policemen on a heated race;.officers take a couple into custody after finding drugs; an officer questions a male suspect involved in a domestic dispute.

ep 21: Arrests with a Twist #2

ep 20: Dazed and Confused #4 Special Editon

In New Orleans, a paranoid man who is high on drugs gets arrested on several charges and a hit-and-run suspect is found with artificial marijuana; in Alameda County, Cal., a large amount of marijuana is found in a vehicle's trunk.

ep 19: Street Arrests #2 Special Editon

A Springfield, MO, police officer tasers a suspect and retrieves a stolen wallet after the subject makes a run for it at a traffic stop. Then, a man is arrested by an officer of the New Orleans, LA, Police Department for hiding thirty seven pieces of crack cocaine in his soda cup. Finally, a senior officer of the Corpus Christi, TX, Police Department responds to a call after two men are caught arguing over racial issues at a bus stop

ep 18: Chases, Guns and Cars Special Editon

New Orleans police pursue a car with no license plates; a dispute between neighbors in Spokane County, Wash., results in a gun being fired; Las Vegas cops question a suspect about a stolen luxury vehicle and then find drugs on the suspect.

ep 17: Caught in the Act #3 Special Edition

A suspect runs from a traffic stop in Las Vegas; police in Des Moines, Iowa, hear contradictory stories about a drug-related assault; a prostitution bust escalates in Spokane.

ep 16: A Crash, An Arrest & A Baby Special Edition

An SUV flips over during a high-speed chase in Springfield, Mo.; a driver tries to eat his supply of marijuana before the police find it in Chattanooga; and a man threatens his wife and infant with a gun in Hillsborough County, Fla.

ep 15: Off-Campus Arrests Special Edition

Two men are hauled in for vandalizing a fence in Des Moines, Iowa; Savannah police go undercover to catch a drug dealer; and a man asks to be arrested while lying naked on the street in Springfield, Mo.

ep 14: Wild & Crazy Special Edition

Spokane police chase a suspect by car and then on foot before making an arrest for theft and assault; a sheriff in Hillsborough County, Fla., deals with a domestic-abuse situation involving a BB gun; Corpus Christi police pull over a swerving vehicle.

ep 13: Taken Into Custody #2 Special Edition

A high-speed chase in Springfield, Mo., ends with police pulling people out of a burning car; a Spokane officer responds to a lewd-conduct call; a cop breaks up a violent altercation between a father and son in Corpus Christi

ep 12: Odd Arrests #4 Special Edition

Spokane police must evict a homeless man from a store's handicapped parking spot and disperse a couple engaging in lewd behavior on a stranger's lawn; officers in Des Moines, Iowa, question a man who may have used a pocket knife to threaten someone.

ep 11: Ho! Ho! Ho! #9 Special Editon

ep 10: Coast to Coast

ep 9: Morons on Parade #5 Special Edition

A police officer in Des Moines, IA, performs a routine traffic stop on a vehicle registered to a person who doesn’t have a valid driver’s license. When the suspect fails to present ID, and then attempts to flee, officers tackle him and find marijuana in his possession. Then, officers of the Springfield Police Department in Springfield, MO, pull over a vehicle for running a stop sign. The driver admits to smoking marijuana, while a passenger is in possession of marijuana and mushrooms. Finally, a deputy of the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office in Florida responds to a knife robbery call from a cell phone store, where the victim is also a suspect

ep 8: Busted! Special Edition

ep 7: Liar Liar #5 Special Editon

Officers of the Springfield, MO, Police Department respond to a DWI disturbance call in which a victim claims he was assaulted, but may have been the one doing the assaulting. Next, an officer of the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department in Georgia stops a girl for jaywalking. As the officers question her, drugs fall out of her pocket. Finally, a deputy of the Hillsborough County, FL, Sheriff’s Department responds to a reckless driving call in which the suspect stole the car while the owner was attempting to change the car battery

ep 6: Domestic Disputes

The Lafayette Police Department in Louisiana responds to a disturbance call from a woman who said a man was threatening her with a gun. When police arrive, the suspect threatens the officers. Again, in Lafayette, the police department investigates a case where twin sisters allege that their other sister’s boyfriend choked her in a dispute over five dollars. Finally, a deputy of the Hillsborough County, FL, Sheriff’s Department responds to a car crash where a visibly drunk suspect ran into a pole, knocked it over and then fled the scene on foot

ep 5: Street Arrests Special Edition

Police pursue a shooting suspect with two warrants in Hillsborough County, Fla.; in Corpus Christi, a patrol officer happens upon a woman with a warrant for terroristic threats, while fellow officers catch kids spray painting an electrical box.

ep 4: Evading Arrest

Police in Savannah find a recently released convict in possession of marijuana; officers in Sacramento County, Cal., assist in the pursuit of a domestic-violence suspect; a cop in Lafayette, La., pulls over a traffic violator who admits to taking drugs.

ep 3: Smooth Criminal

The Boynton Beach, FL, Police Department conducts an undercover operation involving a woman who has allegedly hired a hit man to kill her husband. While posing as the hit man, an undercover officer has a candid conversation during which the woman details the situation. Following the conversation, the police department sets up a mock-crime scene so that when the suspect arrives home, she will think that her plan has been completed. To her surprise, she is taken into custody by the police and eventually arrested for solicitation of first-degree murder

ep 2: Chases and Stings

A car pulls away from a known drug house and won't stop for police in Corpus Christi; an undercover cop's work leads to the arrests of two pimps and a prostitute in Las Vegas; an officer in Tampa witnesses a driver make several traffic violations.

ep 1: Arrests with a Twist

In the 24th-season opener, undercover cops are held at gunpoint in Las Vegas. Also: Narcotics and a concealed weapon are found in a car in Tampa; and police in Lafayette, La., check out a suspicious car and make arrests for solicitation and prostitution.

Season 23.
Cops - S23

ep 22: Coast to Coast #181

ep 21: Coast to Coast #180

ep 20: Coast To Coast #179

ep 19: Home Assaults Special Edition

ep 18: Odd Arrests #3

ep 17: Coast to Coast #178

ep 16: Morons On Parade #4

ep 15: Dazed And Confused

ep 14: Street Patrol No. 2

A rock-throwing neighbor is assaulted; cops chase a suspected cell phone thief; officers respond to a road rage incident.

ep 13: Street Patrol No. 1

A suspect on a bike tries to flee while being questioned by officers; a woman with a warrant out for her arrest claims she was assaulted; a man claims a neighbor chased him with a knife.

ep 12: Taken Into Custody

Officers chase a driver who refuses to stop after a hit-and-run; a belligerent drunk argues with guests in a hotel lobby.

ep 11: Coast to Coast

The Pierce County Sheriff's Department in Washington responds to a call about a belligerent tow-truck operator. Members of the Amarillo Police Department in Texas respond to a call with location information about a subject with a probation violation warrant, who is subsequently arrested for narcotics possession. Officers with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department respond to a call for backup on a not-so-routine traffic violation

ep 10: Ho! Ho! Ho! #8

When an officer from the Amarillo Police Department in Texas approaches a woman on the street about her suspicious late-night behavior, the interaction turns into a chase on foot. Meanwhile, in Hillsborough County, Florida, officers on the late-night patrol team up to respond to a call regarding a hand-to-hand transaction at a local motel

ep 9: Coast To Coast

The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Florida engages in an undercover operation to cease the illegal selling of pills at pain-management clinics. The Amarillo Police Department in Texas responds to a call regarding a major traffic accident between a motorcycle and a vehicle where the driver flees the scene.

ep 8: Morons on Parade #3

The Nye County Sheriff's Office in Pahrump, NV, is forced to lay down spikes in the road to detain a suspicious vehicle failing to yield at first siren. While officers of the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office in Tampa, FL, call for back-up units to help break up a fight between neighbors involving aggravated battery and gunfire

ep 7: Probable Cause

During a routine traffic stop, officers from the Nye County Sheriff's Office in Pahrump, NV, pull over a vehicle for a missing headlight and end up busting the suspect for possession after the discovery of a marijuana plant and other illegal substances. Meanwhile, officers in Amarillo, TX, report to a major vehicle crash on a busy highway to eventually make an arrest for a DUI

ep 6: U. S. Marshals

A member of the United States Marshals Service, Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force, briefs the local police on a kidnapping case involving a 4-year-old boy and two Hispanic men in suspect who demanded $100,000 ransom for the child. Another investigator from the same Task Force recruits the local police to arrest a fugitive suspicious of possession of drugs

ep 5: Weapons Drawn #2

Officers from the Amarillo Police Department in Texas respond to "shots fired" call and team up to detain a suspect barricaded inside his house with a gun.

ep 4: Couples in Crime Special Edition

Officers from the Amarillo Police Department in Texas respond to a domestic-violence call and end up being faced with a challenging detainment. Later, officers with the Portland Police Bureau in Oregon attempt to track down a suspect in a hit-and-run and find a bystander taking the blame. Finally, the Brevard County Sheriff's Department in Florida responds to a battery case involving a roommate, a hammer, a sandwich and a big misunderstanding.

ep 3: Roadside Crimes Special Edition

Officers of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police break up a fist-fight over a financial discrepancy that leads to a juvenile heading to a detention center. Meanwhile, the Portland Police Bureau in Oregon arrests suspects in a stolen vehicle, and sheriffs in Florida make a drug bust in a strip-mall parking lot.

ep 2: California Border Patrol Special Edition

Officers from the Rio Grande City Customs and Border Protection in Texas engage in a sting operation to catch undocumented aliens crossing the border and wind up busting some for more than anticipated. Later, members of the border patrol in Nogales, AZ, arrest illegal immigrants trying to pass through the city by way of cargo trains.

ep 1: 800th Episode Milestone

On the 23rd season premiere, COPS celebrates a monumental 800th episode milestone with all the action indicative to the long-running series, including a chase, drug busts and more. An officer from the Boynton Beach Police Department in Florida chases a man fleeing his car by foot only to find what the suspect failed to hide. Another officer from Boynton Beach receives a call about a boa constrictor spotted in a residential area. Meanwhile, officers from the Harris County Sherriff's Office in Texas stop a victim for a routine traffic violation that ends in a drug bust and a charge of grand theft auto

Season 22.
Cops - S22

ep 36: Coast to Coast #174

ep 35: Coast to Coast #173

ep 34: Coast to Coast #172

ep 33: Morons On Parade #2

ep 32: Coast to Coast #171

ep 31: Coast to Coast #170

ep 30: Coast to Coast #169

ep 29: Coast to Coast #168

ep 28: Resisting Arrest No. 5

ep 27: Police Pullovers No. 6

ep 26: Coast to Coast #167

ep 25: Street Patrol Special Edition

ep 24: Coast to Coast #166

ep 23: Coast to Coast #165

ep 22: Coast to Coast #164

ep 21: Coast to Coast #163

ep 20: Drugs & Driving

ep 19: War on Drugs No. 3

Officers detain a driver who tries to flee from a known drug area; the Las Vegas Police Department investigates suspicious behavior outside an abandoned apartment building.

ep 18: Chases, Stings & Rescues

Florida officers head up an undercover drug sting; Texas officers try to save a dog from a flipped car.

ep 17: Coast to Coast #162

ep 16: Coast to Coast #161

ep 15: Coast to Coast #160

COPS from Oklahoma, California, and Florida. This weeks stories include: Tulsa County Deputy Ryan Ayers investigates a vehicle that is stopped in the middle of a highway. San Bernardino County Deputy Eddie Bachman spots two suspects that were wanted for another crime. Boynton Beach Officer Justin Harris stops a car making a u-turn in front of a known drug house.

ep 14: Bad Girls #13

COPS from California, Florida, and Nevada. This week's stories include: San Bernadino County, California, Sheriff's Deputy Jason Whitsell responds to a domestic disturbance call between an out of control woman and her mother. Brevard County, Florida, Sheriff's Deputy Juan Vargas discovers a woman who says she has a late night meeting with her physician, only he finds out she planned a burglary of a random house. Las Vegas Metro Police Field Training Officer Tullio Pandullo takes a burglary call involving a woman thief.

ep 13: Ho! Ho! Ho! #7

COPS from Portland, Oregon and Amarillo, Texas. Stories include: Officers Josh Howery and Erica Hurley with Oregon's Portland Police Bureau respond to a call that a 14-year-old girl and an adult male were observed by a security guard having sex in a car, only to find that the girl is actually an 18-year-old prostitute. Amarillo Texas Police Officer Johnny Bermea stops a vehicle in which he finds a female prostitute and a male driver in possession of drugs. Officer Brandon Clarkson interviews a suspicious female hanging around a parking lot known for picking up prostitutes.

ep 12: Coast to Coast #159

COPS from Las Vegas, Nevada and Palm Beach County, Florida. Stories include: The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department arrives at a house with a man who thinks the cops are out to kill him. The narcotics department from the Palm Beach County Sherrif's Department goes undercover to catch a woman selling drugs.

ep 11: Coast to Coast #158

ep 10: Slacker Crimes: Special Edition

ep 9: Stupid Behavior #4

ep 8: Dangerous Arrests #4

ep 7: In Denial #3

ep 6: Neighborhood Busts #2

A Bravard County Sheriff's Deputy assists a Corporal in serving a warrant for failure to pay back child support. Then, the Minneapolis Police Dept. sends an officer and an FTO agent to a 'luring,' which means a person has made contact with and followed a minor with possible criminal intent. Lastly, a Victorville deputy believes a speeding driver is attempting to flee from the police.

ep 5: Family Ties #2

COPS Coast To Coast this week features stories from Nevada, Florida and California. Las Vegas Metro Police officer Scott Nastase spots a man jaywalking which turns into a foot pursuit. Martin County Florida Sheriff's Deputy Sgt. Bill Dowdy gets behind a vehicle with a tag that has expired, driven by a driver with an expired license, who has a stash. From Rialto, CA, a woman identifies a purse snatcher and gets her hand bag back.

ep 4: Dazed & Confused #2

A Las Vegas officer is called in to a fast food restaurant for a disturbance call. Next, a Palm Beach Deputy checks the welfare of person inside a parked vehicle. Lastly, a San Bernardino County Deputy responds to a domestic call in which the fight is in the street.

ep 3: Domestic Disturbances

The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department/Apple Valley Station are summoned to a possible break-in of a home of a recently deceased owner. Next, an officer from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department head to a report of a shooting. Lastly, the deputies from the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Department are called in for a fight between two brothers.

ep 2: Liar, Liar #4

Continuing the hour long opener of season 22 for COPS, officers in California pursue a subject wanted for domestic violence; and Las Vegas metro police respond to a call that has been reported to them as a domestic violence incident.

ep 1: Odd Arrests #2

The COPS Season 22 opener includes a Las Vegas Metro police officer and the Las Vegas fire department trying to deal with a suspect who resists arrest, and a suspicious driver refuses to pull over.

Season 21.
Cops - S21

ep 36: Coast to Coast #156

A simple broken taillight turns into a possession of drugs charge after a driver is stopped in San Diego. Then, a bloody brawl is broken up in Las Vegas by the police officers.

ep 35: Coast to Coast #155

Deputies from the Broward County Sheriff's Office receive a news from the set up by the undercover narcotics unit that a drug deal going down. Next, a Rancho Cucamonga Police officer makes a routine traffic stop which leads to an arrest. Lastly, a Rialto Police officer responds to a domestic abuse call, and are led on a foot pursuit.

ep 34: Coast to Coast #154

A pair of Broward County Sheriff's Officers set up a sting to apprehend a drug dealer, but turns into a foot race when the suspect flees. Then, a Hillsborough County Sheriff's Deputy pulls over a vehicle for committing a traffic violation. Lastly, a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer check out a claim that a woman was abused and kidnapped by her boyfriend.

ep 33: Coast to Coast #153

The Rialto Police officers chase down a motorcyclist after observing him weaving in and out of traffic, and having a missing license plate. Next, a Pierce County Sheriff's Deputy stops a vehicle for a broken light on the license plate, only to discover drugs and broken glass inside the car. Lastly, the Sacramento Police officer's investigate a possible domestic violence case which seems to have started a day earlier.

ep 32: Coast to Coast

When a deputy in Pierce County, WA, conducts a routine traffic stop for suspended license, something illegal accidentally falls out of the suspect's pants during the investigation. In San Bernadino, CA, deputies investigate a domestic dispute triggered by one of the combatants spitting in another's face

ep 31: Odd Arrests

Officers in Broward County, FL, chase a suspect into a canal, where he is arrested for grand theft auto and obstruction. In Las Vegas, officers respond to a disturbance call where roommates are being verbally abusive and to an unknown trouble call where three women are alleging assault.

ep 30: Coast to Coast #152

In Las Vegas, officers respond to a call about a violent domestic disturbance where a female is screaming and waving around a gun. When a hostage mediator and officers arrive on the scene, a beanbag gun is used to diffuse the situation. In Cleveland, OH, officers respond to a domestic dispute, and an officer in Sacramento, CA, pulls over a suspected stolen vehicle.

ep 29: From Bad to Worse

A Sacramento officer spots a vehicle which he believes was connected to an armed robbery. Next, Seattle policemen use a Taser on a known offender who was running towards a crowd with a bottle in his hand. Lastly, the Cleveland officers chase a vehicle containing a suspect who is trying to hide his crack.

ep 28: Police Pullovers No. 5

A Las Vegas police officer pulls over a man for a traffic violation and admits to possessing a blunt. Then, officers in Cleveland chase down an assault suspect who may have changed his clothes. Next, a detective in King County, WA, pulls over an emotional suspect who is driving around in an area known for drug sales.

ep 27: Coast to Coast

A pair of police dogs give the officers a hand in chasing down a suspect in Sacramento who has fled on foot. Then, a King County Sheriff's deputy stops a vehicle which is found to have the wrong license plates and is in possession of illicit materials. Lastly, a pair of Minneapolis Police officers respond to a call of a man firing off a gun in an alley.

ep 26: High Crimes No. 4

Officer's from the Minneapolis Police Department go on a high speed chase which ends badly. Next, a Harris County Sheriff's Deputy is dispatched for a family disturbance where a man, possibly holding scissors, is tearing up a trailer. Then, the King County Sheriff's Officers make a traffic stop.

ep 25: Dazed and Confused

A King County Sheriff's deputy responds to a call for a disturbance at a local eatery. Then, a pair of Minneapolis Police Officers are called for a man assaults a woman and must use a Taser to bring him down. Next, a North Las Vegas Police Officer is called in when a man beats up a woman as she tried to retrieve her mother's possessions.

ep 24: Bad Girls No. 12

Texas deputies assist in a felony arrest warrant. Next, Pomona, CA. officers answer a call for a domestic-disturbance when a daughter tells her mother about her Las Vegas wedding. Lastly, police officers in Minnesota break up a fight between two women.

ep 23: 750th Milestone Episode

An officer in Sacramento, CA. stops a driver who hands his passenger his illegal substances. Next, a King County, WA police helicopter is in search for a suspect who has threatened to kill his girlfriend. Lastly, a Florida officer questions a suspect who was caught siphoning gas from a car and was also snorting cocaine.

ep 22: On the Run

Officers in Sacramento pursue a carjacker, which progresses from a car chase to a foot pursuit. A Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputy is called in for a theft in progress. Lastly, Houston Police officers go on a drug sweep.

ep 21: Liar Liar No. 3

Cleveland, OH Division of Police - Officer Kevin Coleman and Officer Bruce Garner roll to assist in the pursuit of a vehicle reported stolen. Hillsborough County, FL Sheriff's Office - Deputy Brad Hickory spots two men parked in a truck around midnight. Sacramento, CA Police Department - Officer Michael Harbison stops a suspicious pedestrian and questions the man.

ep 20: In Denial #2

Officers in Sacramento apprehend a suspect driving a stolen vehicle---but he claims he didn't know it was stolen. Also: Minneapolis police respond to a suspicious-person call and find someone lurking in an alley; and deputies in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., arrest a woman who admits to smoking pot but lies about her true identity.

ep 19: Neighborhood Busts

Broward County, Fla., sheriffs go undercover for a drug sting; Harris County, Texas, deputies break up a physical altercation between a father and son; and Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., police stop a drunken man from riding a bicycle.

ep 18: Upon Further Investigation

A suspicious-person call in Harris County, Texas, turns into a case of narcotics possession; a motorcyclist is taken in on a DUI charge in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal.; sheriffs in San Diego County, Cal., investigate a grocery-store theft.

ep 17: Coast to Coast

Deputies in Harris County, Texas, respond to a domestic-violence call that escalates into a high-speed pursuit; detectives in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., deal with a physical altercation between neighbors; and Las Vegas police detain shoplifters.

ep 16: Coast to Coast

A Rialto Police Officer chases down a man who is using his wife's car as a battering ram in knocking a car off the road. Then, a Harris County Sheriff's Officer is dispatched to check a car which is believed to be containing a rifle aboard. Lastly, the Rancho Cucamonga Police Deputies check out a man and his parked car in a neighborhood which is not his.

ep 15: Coast to Coast

A Harris County Sheriff's deputy chases down a flatbed truck which is overloaded with golf carts. Then, a North Las Vegas Police officer spots a mini van driving around a parking lot with it's lights shut down. Lastly, a Rialto Police officer pulls up after seeing a collision between an SUV and a semi truck.

ep 14: Coast to Coast #147

Cops from the Fondren Division Tactical Unit at Houston's PD chase a guy suspected of murder. Then some cops from North Las Vegas PD bust a guy for domestic battery and finally some Californian cops from San Bernardino bust a guy for X possession.

ep 13: Ho! Ho! Ho! #6

An officer in Minneapolis sets up the groundwork for a prostitution sting, and in the process pick up a number of working women. Then, a County Sheriff's Officer spots two men and women milling around at a truck stop. Lastly, a Snohomish County Sheriff's Officer is called in to a disturbance at a pub.

ep 12: Coast to Coast

A pair of Broward County Sheriff Officer's are summoned to a residence to take down an ecstasy dealer. Then, a Pomona Police Officer is dispatched to an incomplete 911 call which ends up involving a domestic violence situation. Later, a North Las Vegas Police Officer is called in to a disturbance at a bus stop which involves a married couple.

ep 11: Evidence? What Evidence? #2

A Rancho Cucamonga Police Officer responds to a shoplifting call at the mall, and wind up finding a suspicious substance on the suspect. Then, a North Las Vegas Police Officer is called to an apartment where shots are being fired and discover overwhelming but questionable evidence at the scene. Lastly, a Broward County Sheriff pulls over a car which is showing erratic driving by the operator.

ep 10: Liar Liar Special Edition #2

A routine vehicle stop by a Broward County Sheriff Officer ends up a bit more complicated after the driver dumps some evidence. Next, a North Las Vegas Police Officer responds to a domestic call which turns out to involve a love triangle. Lastly, a San Diego County Sheriff Officer stops a vehicle which had expired tags and receives a bunch of lies as excuses.

ep 9: Anger Management

A North Las Vegas Police Officer is called to assist when another officer captures a suspect wanted for a hit and run which occurred earlier in the day. Next, a Rancho Cucamonga Police Officer responds to a domestic call in which the intoxicated husband has fled the residence on foot. Lastly, the North Las Vegas Police Department is needed when a domestic call is received.

ep 8: Morons on Parade

A Rancho Cucamonga Police Officer responds to a call in which a man is shooting his gun off in his yard. Next, a North Las Vegas Police Officer is sent to a domestic call for a lover's quarrel. Lastly, a San Diego County Sheriff’s Deputy responds to a 'code cover' call to help detain an armed subject.

ep 7: What! Who Me?

A group of suspect run off when a pair of Broward County Sheriff Deputies spot a bunch of people gambling. Next, a San Diego County Sheriff Deputy stops a vehicle which was involved in a burglary in the previous week. Then, a pair of Rancho Cucamonga Police Deputies assist on a traffic stop. A routine stop becomes a full arrest when the information for the vehicle doesn't match that given by the driver.

ep 6: Coast to Coast

An informant has the Broward Sheriff’s deputies tracking down a male suspect believed to be selling drugs. Rancho Cucamonga Police officers are sent to a bank robbery and the suspects have unknowingly left behind enough clues to locate them. A call regarding domestic abuse sends the San Diego County Sheriff's officers to a familiar home.

ep 5: Black & Blue & White

A North Las Vegas Police officer is sent to a home in which they have visited before for domestic disturbance. The crowd outside the home inform the officer that a man is beating up his wife. The man is tackled and taken into custody, admitting the fight was caused by rent issues. Then, a Broward County Sheriff's detective takes part in stopping a vehicle believed to have been involved in a drug deal. The woman inside the car has a gun and half a pound of marijuana in her purse. Lastly, a Pomona Police officer rolls up to a home where several windows have been smashed. The victim states that the female passenger from his vehicle smashed the windows in his truck with a pipe. She claims to have had racial slurs thrown at her.

ep 4: Resisting Arrest #4

A pair of Broward County Sheriff's pat down a couple of guys who are hanging out in front of a store. One man becomes agitated and pulls away as drug paraphernalia is discovered on him and are forced to subdue him with a taser. Then, as a North Las Vegas Police officer arrives for a call concerning a fight between two men, the suspects flee in opposite directions. One officer misses with a taser shot, but the suspect gives up anyways. The other officer has also subdued him man. Lastly, a Rancho Cucamonga Police deputy chases a car which looses control. The passenger explains that the driver is his boyfriend and they were arguing inside the car about infidelities, which was the cause of the erratic driving.

ep 3: Stupid Behavior #3

The Palm Beach County Sheriff Officers vice unit have set up a sting operation, using a pair of undercover officers in a pickup truck as buyers. The first seller takes the officers straight to a drug house to sell their crack. The suspect is quickly arrested after lighting up his crack on the way home. The second deal happens when a young man offers to sell the officers crack and asks them to join him for a smoke behind a gas station. Then, an officer in Las Vegas is summoned when a restaurant claims a man refused to pay his $400 bill. He is trapped by the manager and a waiter. The suspect first claims his friend paid the tab and then changes his story and says he paid the bill himself. The man is arrested when it's discovered he has warrants and now can add the unpaid bill to the charges. Lastly, an officer in Palm Beach has stopped a car for a tint violation. Lowering his window, a cloud of marijuana smoke billows out from the car and a small amount of crack and cocaine is also discovered.

ep 2: What a Sap Special Edition

Palm Beach County Sheriff's witness a speeding car in a drug infested area. Having stopped them in a pursuit, the driver angrily exits his vehicle to ask why he was stopped. He jumps back in his car and speeds off beginning a new chase in which a passenger bails out. The female is the drivers boyfriend which is only discovered after a long inquiry. She reveals he has a vial of crack inside the car. Next, a Spokane Police officer is called to a possible domestic call on the street. Looking up and down the road the officers discover a man standing under a tree in which a female is up in the tree. They find out that the woman often climbs the tree when upset with family problems. Then, a Rialto Police officer spots a drug transaction taking place. The men claim they are construction workers headed to purchase supplies, but a bag of crack on the floor has the officer in doubt.

ep 1: Back to Broward Special Edition

The beginning of season 21 finds the series back where it began, with the Broward Sheriff’s Office. First up, the officers chase down a hit and run driver. A long run ends with a ramming, followed by an investigation of the vehicle which uncovers a machete. Next, a known drug area finds a man on a bicycle who tries to flee. A search reveals cocaine on a man who is on probation. Lastly, officers are responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle near a business. The driver begins to flee as officers arrive. An investigation uncovers a bleary-eyed man behind the wheel who claims to be sleeping, yet a bag of white powder gives the officers another idea.

Season 20.
Cops - S20

ep 38: Police Pullovers #4

A traffic stop by a Palm Beach County Sheriffs Deputy turns into a foot race when the driver dashes off for a few blocks, tossing crack along the way. Then, a suspicious vehicle roaming a bad area four times raises the attention of a Rialto Police Officer. A search of the man's vehicle reveals that not only has he been drinking, but has packs of marijuana which seem to be ready for sale. Next, a Riverside County Sheriff Deputy responds to a call of a suicidal man. Upon arrival a man is seen sitting in his truck holding a knife. Once cuffed, the suspect claims he was only looking for attention

ep 37: Coast To Coast #144

The K-9 unit of the Pomona Police Department are called in to investigate a break in at a taco stand which has a broken window and a damaged cash register. Almost immediately a suspect is located and claims he was just looking for beer. Next, a vehicle is stopped by a Martin County Sheriff’s Officer after noticing a broken tail light and discovers the driver has no license and has prescription drugs hidden in the glove box. His female passenger is pregnant and complaining of a pain in her leg. The officer allows her to head to the hospital in a friends car. Further investigation unveils that the drug bottle has a worn off label, leading to an admission from the driver that he crushes the pills and snorts them. Lastly, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Vice Unit head to a possible drug house. The landlord is upset that the tenants that she had helped would be selling drugs from her building. An investigation uncovers that they are awaiting a delivery of new drugs from their contact.

ep 36: Coast to Coast #143

A Palm Beach County Sheriff Deputy makes a routine traffic stop only to find an antsy driver. Once asked to remove his shoes, the suspect takes off on foot while tossing bags of crack along the way. A Portland Police Officer stops a vehicle which has no license plate. The overly friendly driver explains that he doesn't own the car and and has no idea of what the owners name is. A quick check reveals the car is on the hot sheet for stolen vehicles. Lastly, a Palm Beach County Sheriff Deputy stops a vehicle when he spots someone rolling a marijuana cigarette. An investigation finds needles and a bottle of Oxycotin, both which the driver denies any knowledge of.

ep 35: Coast To Coast #142

A Martin County Sheriff's Deputy apprehend a pair of suspects who are seen running from a flea market which has been burglarized many times before. Then, a Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Officer makes a routine traffic stop where the driver ends up being a ex-felon who is in possession of drugs and a gun. Lastly, a Palm Beach County Sheriff Officer discovers drugs and paraphernalia inside a car during a traffic stop, in which the driver had lied about ever having been arrested before.

ep 34: Stupid Behavior #2

An officer of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is dispatched to a call for a stolen truck. As he catches up with the missing vehicle he discovers that the victim of the crime and his brother are also in pursuit and have crashed into the thief. The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office are suspicious of a vehicle with tinted windows in a parking lot. An investigation reveals a smell of marijuana, but a further search uncovers more drugs. Once again, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is summoned for a stolen vehicle, which results in a foot chase. The suspect claims the whole thing was just a joke on the car owner.

ep 33: What Were They Thinking # 2

An officer of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and a K-9 unit search for an armed robbery suspect who had taken cover in the woods. Then, an officer of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is called to a women's residence where she has received calls from her ex-boyfriend saying he is waiting inside for her with a shotgun. Lastly, a detective of the Rialto Police Department responds to a call of a man selling drugs from a truck

ep 32: What Were They Thinking #1

Officers in Portland, WA. are called out for a hit-and-run accident, in which a K-9 crew searches down the suspect. A car crash occurs in Las Vegas while a policeman is questioning a bicyclist, who flees the scene after the accident. The driver of a suspicious vehicle is questioned by deputies in Leon County, FL. which uncovers an unexpected discovery.

ep 31: Coast To Coast #141

The officers of the Portland Police Bureau apprehend a female who appears to be selling crack as she tries swallowing the evidence. Next, the Martin County Sheriff’s Office makes a routine traffic stop which uncovers possible stolen items inside the vehicle, which the female driver quickly blames the male passenger for the theft. Lastly, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department investigates a shooting at a tattoo parlor in which a 24 year old male claims a Latino gang attempted to shoot him in the head.

ep 30: Stupid Criminals #4

A routine vehicle stop by the Portland Police Bureau finds a bag of Ecstasy pills on the front seat. The stories from the driver and passenger differ on how they obtained the pills. Then, a call to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has them investigating a stabbing at an apartment complex, and that the assailant may be hiding in the laundry room. Lastly, a foot pursuit occurs with the K9 unit of the Sacramento Police Department after a car is reported missing.

ep 29: Caught in the Act #3

A man suspected of armed robbery is arrested by the officers in Las Vegas. Then, a man is questioned by the Brevard County, FL. officers after being caught stealing a security camera. Lastly, officers of the Kansas City police force converge on a home known for meth trafficking.

ep 28: In Denial Special Edition

In Portland, OR. a K-9 unit is called in to sniff out possible drug possession inside a vehicle. Officers in Kansas City, MO. respond to a "shots fired" call. In Las Vegas, police officers are called for a domestic dispute which involves the possession and retrieval of a bed.

ep 27: Coast To Coast #140

The Las Vegas Metro Police assist in a high speed pursuit for a stolen vehicle by dropping down spike strips to deflate the suspects tires. The Leon County Sheriff’s Office investigate a parked vehicle with a man and women inside, in an area which has been burglarized recently. Then, the Lansing Police Department make a return trip to a home with known domestic disputes have occurred, finding that a man has beaten two children belonging to his girlfriend's sister.

ep 26: Coast To Coast #139

A response to a shooting at a hotel ends with a high speed car chase in Las Vegas. The Spokane police department are called in for an assault with a baseball bat. An informant flags a vehicle as a carrier for drugs, which is spotted and stopped by the Portland Police Bureau.

ep 25: Strange Behavior #1

An elderly parolee engages the officers in a high speed chase in Kansas City, two transsexuals cause Las Vegas cops to break up a fight, and a stolen car is involved in an accident in Rialto, Cal.

ep 24: Coast To Coast #138

The officers of Leon County, FL., make a DUI bust; the street crime unit of Portland, OR., stop a drug deal in a city park, and a fight is broken up by the officers of Cincinnati.

ep 23: Takedowns Special Edition

From Rialto, CA, An intoxicated suspect is chased by officers on foot. In Las Vegas, a car thief is chased by police through a casino parking lot. And, officers are summoned to a domestic dispute in Wichita, KS.

ep 22: Stupid Criminals #3

Officers give chase to a homicide suspect in Kansas City, Mo. The police in Rialto, CA., take charge in a domestic violence case. Plus, an intoxicated driver in Sacramento, CA., is pursued by a K-9 unit

ep 21: War On Drugs #3

Uncooperative drug suspects are apprehended by officers in Las Vegas, NV., Kansas City, MO. and Rialto, CA.

ep 20: Bad Girls #11

This week's stories include a woman with a felony warrant resists arrest; a prostitute steals a john's truck; and a transvestite with an outstanding warrant is arrested while in possession of a stolen car.

ep 19: Chases and Takedowns Special Edition

This week's stories include: a drug dealer who just got out of jail is arrested for drug sales; an officer is assisted by neighbors in detaining a prowler who has an outstanding warrant; and a Deputy spots a stolen vehicle and with a K-9 unit, locates the suspect who bailed into the woods.

ep 18: Wild Chases Special Edition

This weeks stories include the pursuit of a stolen truck leads to a police vehicle catching fire; copper thieves are apprehended after being spotted on security cameras; and a burglary suspect is spike stripped and the car comes to a crashing stop.

ep 17: Stupid Behavior #1

This week's stories include a car chase involving a police chief and a parole; a suspicious vehicle is spotted in a park after dark and the occupants can't identify themselves; and a man is questioned and a search reveals his wallet, and someone else's.

ep 16: Coast to Coast #137

Coast to Coast in California and Kansas.This weeks stories include a suspect who rams a police car during a chase in Rialto and is tased; officers in Kansas City respond to a violent argument between roommates; and a desperate man in Sacramento attempts to elude officers

ep 15: Coast to Coast #136

COPS Coast To Coast from Kansas City, Mo; Rialto, Ca; and Las Vegas, Nv. This week's stories include officers who confront a group of shirtless men hanging around in a known drug area; police engage in a foot pursuit of a man who tossed a bag of drugs when confronted; and patrolmen in Las Vegas head to the Mirage Resort, where they find a man who has stolen change from the fountain...twice in the same night.

ep 14: Family Feuds Special Edition

COPS Coast To Coast from Portland, Las Vegas and Leon County, Florida. This week's episode includes a man in a stolen car hiding from officers; another man flees police and hides in the bushes; and brothers in Florida duke it out.

ep 13: Coast to Coast #135

COPS Coast To Coast from Sacramento, Las Vegas and Brevard County. This episode's stories include a search warrant served becomes a K-9 search; a car stop turns up a couple wanted on multiple warrants; and an erratic driver is pulled over and becomes combatant with officers.

ep 12: Stupid Criminals Special Edition #2

COPS from Rialto, Brevard County and Pittsburg. This week's stories include a stolen car takes off from a Detective, only to suddenly stop causing the officer to hit him; a routine patrol in a high drug area yields a man with a crack pipe; and a man is tazed, revealing bags of heroin in his pockets.

ep 11: Police Pullovers Special Edition #3

COPS from Indio PD, Rialto PD and Las Vegas Metro. This week's episode includes the pursuit of a stolen vehicle which becomes a foot pursuit; a vehicle with no plates is pulled over only to reveal lots of drugs in the backseat; and a car stop for questionable driving is the scene for another accident that happens at the same place.

ep 10: 700th Milestone Episode

COPS Coast To Coast, featuring their 700th episode. This week's stories include Rialto Police chasing a stolen vehicle; Brevard County Sheriff's Deputies find a shotgun during a traffic stop; and a Sergeant in Lee County watches two suspects toss dope out of a car window during a traffic stop.

ep 9: Crimes In Progress Special Edition

COPS from California and Florida. This weeks episode includes Rialto Police chasing a suspect that eventually crashes into oncoming traffic; Hillsborough County Deputies capture a suspect that fled into the woods; and Fresno Police respond to a home invasion in progress.

ep 8: Coast to Coast #134

COPS from Las Vegas, Lee County and Rialto. This week's stories include Las Vegas officers who wrestle a fleeing suspect on the Las Vegas Strip; a Lee County Deputy visits a house known for it's drug activity; and Rialto Police Officers are called to a burglary in progress at an apartment complex.

ep 7: Coast to Coast #132

A Brevard County, Fla., officer pursues a drug suspect who attempts to flee on foot during a traffic stop; a Riverside County, Cal., deputy responds to a domestic-disturbance call. searching for a suspect hiding in a yard; and Las Vegas Metro Officers sort out a domestic violence incident.

ep 6: 20 Years Caught on Tape Part 2

ep 5: 20 Years Caught on Tape Part 1

This one-hour special will feature classic COPS car chases, super-inebriated suspects, sizzling Tasers, disheartening domestics, problematic perps and gutsy officers from coast to coast. Highlights include: Officers in Fresno, CA, question a stony suspect claiming he’s not driving under the influence despite the joint visibly tucked behind his ear. In Albuquerque, NM, a male cross-dresser wearing a leopard one-piece is questioned. In Buffalo, NY, officers wrestle with a massive and hungry python hiding inside a residence. A suspect in Kansas City, MO, is so intoxicated when gets out from behind the wheel, he stumbles and lands a painful face plant. In a heroic rescue in Passaic County, NJ, officers save a man from danger in a raging river.

ep 4: Coast to Coast #131

COPS from Brevard County, Florida; Lee County, Florida; and Rialto, California. This episodes stories include a Brevard Deputy whom gets in a foot chase after a car stop; a Lee County Sheriff's deputy stops a juvenile driving a golf cart down the road; and a Rialto PD officer assists convenience-store employees who have been assaulted after several men try to steal beer.

ep 3: Coast to Coast #130

COPS from Rialto, California; Brevard and Lee counties in Florida. Stories include a naive young man who buys drugs; a woman is arrested for domestic violence though it was she who called the police; and a minor is arrested for gun possession.

ep 2: Evidence...What evidence? #1

Part two of the COPS 20th season premiere continues with stories from Pittsburg; Brevard Country, Florida; and Rialto, California. Stories include K-9 and other officers in the assist of the arrest of a known narcotics user seen with a gun; a woman with a suspended license is stopped and arrested for DUI; and the robbery of a restaurant leads to a trailer park and the arrest of suspects.

ep 1: Coast to Coast #133

COPS starts it 20th season with stories from Kansas City Missouri, Lee County, Florida and Rialto, California. Stories include a stolen vehicle pursuit involving shots fired; a domestic violence call involving drugs; and a man with windshield glass sticking out of his head, denying he was in a nearby car accident.

Season 19.
Cops - S19

ep 36: Coast to Coast 129

COPS, from Pittsburg, Tampa and Las Vegas. This episode's stories include a violent domestic dispute; a stolen car that was recovered; and a narcotics detail turns into a car chase.

ep 35: Family Ties Special Edition

A Wichita officer apprehends three suspects after a chase; a Lowell, Mass., officer arrests a motorcyclist.

ep 34: Street Crimes Special Edition

COPS, from Cincinnati, Las Vegas, and Hillsborough County, Florida. This episode's stories include an officer who chases a suspect on foot after a traffic stop; and an officer who deals with a rowdy group of people.

ep 33: High Crimes Special Edition #3

A Las Vegas officer pursues a suspected drunken driver at high speeds; a Covington, Ky., officer makes a traffic stop and questions the driver about a suspicious smell coming from the vehicle.

ep 32: Coast to Coast 128

Hillsborough County Deputies chase a driver into a ditch; Las Vegas Police Officers sort out a fight between two new parents; an intoxicated woman gets confrontational with Las Vegas Metro Officers as they arrest her boyfriend.

ep 31: Coast to Coast 127

A little person is detained in Las Vegas for soliciting on the Strip; Fontana Police Officers locate several stolen vehicles after getting a lo-jack hit; Boise Officers reunite a wandering little boy with his frantic parents.

ep 30: Coast to Coast 126

COPS, from Brevard County, Florida, Las Vegas and Boston. This week's stories include a burglar gets arrested at a mall, a domestic results in an arrest, and a stopped van has drugs and a fire arm.

ep 29: Coast to Coast 125

COPS from Las Vegas, Boise and Brevard County, Florida. This week's stories include two men in a stolen vehicle in a foot pursuit, an ex-husband is arrested for stalking, and a man is arrested for possession.

ep 28: Ohio Drug Arrests Special Edition

COPS from Ohio. This episode's stories include a drunk driver bails into a foot pursuit; a domestic dispute results in arrests for possession; and a special drug unit observes a drug transaction in progress.

ep 27: High Crimes Special Edition #2

COPS and high crimes from Cincinnati, Brevard County and Palm Springs. This episode's stories include a car stop which results in arrests for outstanding warrants and resisting arrest; a suspicious vehicle investigation results in arrests for possession and obstruction; and a tip results in a possession charge at a motel.

ep 26: Police Pullovers Special Edition #2

Police pull overs from Cincinnati, Fontana and Las Vegas. This episode's stories include a suspicious vehicle yields a gun; the occupants of a parked car are arrested; and a girl in a bikini is pulled over, driving with a suspended license.

ep 25: Police Pullovers Special Edition #1

Police pullovers from Fontana, Brevard and Palm Springs. This episode's stories include a high speed chase of a vehicle that runs a red light; a parked vehicle takes off resulting in a pursuit; and a battery suspect is pulled over and tries to swallow a bag of pot.

ep 24: Coast to Coast 124

COPS from Boston, Lowell and Palm Springs. This episode's stories include an arrest for cocaine possession in a known gang area; bottles are thrown from a van leading to an arrest; and a man is arrested for attempting to contact a 13 year old girl to have sex.

ep 23: Coast to Coast 123

COPS, this week from Las Vegas and Boise. This episode's stories include a car burglary in progress; a battery call; and a domestic disturbance.

ep 22: Coast to Coast 122

COPS in Boston, Las Vegas and Boise. This episode's stories include shots in the hood resulting in a foot chase and arrest; a domestic call reveals a woman with $9000.00 worth of outstanding warrants; and a truck full of women leads to a hysterical confrontation.

ep 21: Coast to Coast 121

COPS from Las Vegas, Fontana and Boise. Stories in this episode include a little person entertainer on the Las Vegas strips gets detained for soliciting for money; a Lo-Jack signal leads to two stolen vehicles and other parts; and a five year old boy gets away from his mother and police find him and return him to his parents.

ep 20: Coast to Coast 120

COPS from Las Vegas, Boise, and Palm Springs. This week's stories include a man with warrants tries to run away from the police, only to be stopped by a tree; a hit and run turns out to be a misunderstanding; and two child predators are arrested in a sting operation.

ep 19: Liar Liar Special Edition

COPS from Cincinnati, Brevard County and Palm Springs. This episode's stories concentrate on people not telling the truth and include a man who takes officers through a foot pursuit and has to be tazered; a woman who has never been arrested gets pulled over because her music is too loud, only to reveal a large amount of pot; and a disturbance calls leads to an arrest after a large amount of drugs are found.

ep 18: Tough Takedowns Special Edition

COPS featuring Tough Takedowns, from Las Vegas, Boise, and Chatanooga. This edition's episode include a little person who is begging for money in traffic; a domestic situation between a woman and a man arrested earlier in the evening; and a traffic stop which reveals a man who has placed a crack rock in his mouth, then swallows it, putting his life in serious jeopardy.

ep 17: Florida Heat Special Edition #2

COPS from Brevard County, FL and Palm Beach County, FL. This episode's stories include: A man tries to swallow a rock of crack cocaine after a car stop; a suspicious vehicle yields a large amount of crack with a driver who has a long list of drug related crimes; and a woman tries to lie her way out of a ticket by giving false information.

ep 16: Coast to Coast 119

COPS in Fontana, CA; Wichita, KS; and Covington, Kentucky. Stories include a high speed pursuit ending in a K-9 capture; a he-said, she-said domestic dispute call; and an ex-girlfriend sprays her former lover with mace.

ep 15: Coast to Coast 118

COPS from Riverside County, CA; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Wichita, Kansas. This episode's stories feature a gun that is spotted during a routine vehicle stop which results in a call for help; a domestic dispute in a trailer park; and police get a call about fresh graffiti and spot a man with paint on his hands nearby.

ep 14: Coast to Coast 117

COPS from the states of Kansas, Ohio and Florida. Episode stories include an assault call which turns into a car pursuit and then a foot chase; a known drug dealer is stopped and then found with drugs stashed up his rear end and lots of money hidden in his car; and a youth shouts obscenities at police officers who stopped a car outside a bar.

ep 13: Coast to Coast 116

COPS from Fontana, CA; Hamilton County, OH; and Brevard County, FL. This episode's stories feature a high speed chase of a motorcyclist; a routine car stop exposes a stash of drugs in an unusual place; and a domestic argument between a common law couple.

ep 12: Ho! Ho! Ho! Special Edition #4

COPS from Las Vegas, Nevada and Chattanooga, TN. This episode's stories feature an officer needs assistance call; a transexual is arrested for drug use; and a person is suspected of committing prostitution.

ep 11: Coast to Coast 115

COPS: rom Wichita, Kansas; Brevard County, Florida; and West Palm Beach, Florida. This episode's stories include a bondsman who needs police assistance when trying to revoke a man's bond; a mother scolds her son after he tries to eat a bag of pot following a car stop; and a woman driving erratically is stopped and arrested after officers find out she has an outstanding warrant.

ep 10: Coast to Coast 114

COPS from Brevard County and Palm Beach County, Florida; and Palm Springs, California. This episode's stories feature a suspect fleeing the police who runs into a small lake causing a group of police officers to retrieve him; a car stop results in two arrests due to drugs; and police attempt to question a restaurant patron who is acting strange.

ep 9: Bad Girls Special Edition #10

COPS from Brevard and Hillsborough Counties, Florida; and Las Vegas, NV. This episode's stories feature women acting badly and include a car stop which leads to a young woman getting arrested for drug possession; a car stop leads to an arrest for a warrant; and a woman is pulled over for illegal lighting on her car and it's discovered that they are hookers.

ep 8: Police Chases Special Edition

A Police Chase special from COPS. This episode's stories include a Brevard County, Fl., sheriff deputy chases a suspect on foot; a Spokane PD officer is flagged down after a robbery; and a Palm Springs PD officer engages in a high-speed pursuit through business and residential areas following a stolen vehicle.

ep 7: Florida Heat Special Edition #1

COPS from Florida. This episode's stories include a Brevard County, Fl., sheriff's deputy chases suspects on foot after a car chase; a West Palm Beach, Fl. officer stops a vehicle that appears to have been stolen; and a Palm Beach County, Fl deputy investigates a parked vehicle with window damage that ends up stolen, with the thief still in the car.

ep 6: Drug Arrests Special Edition 2

COPS from Palm Springs, CA; Okaloosa County, Florida; and Atlanta, GA. This episode's stories include an officer who pursues a bicyclist who ignores orders to stop; an officer attempts to thwart a drug deal; and a man is arrested for drug possesion.

ep 5: Coast to Coast 113

COPS: From Riverside California and Palm Beach Florida This week's episodes include a suspect flees on foot; a father who demands his daughter's arrest; and three parolees are arrested after fleeing from police.

ep 4: Coast to Coast 111

COPS from Palm Beach County, Florida; Palm Springs, California; and Pittsburgh. This episode's stories include an intoxicated man disrupts a fast food store; a car stop leads to an arrest for drug possession; and a car and foot pursuit ends with an arrest for an outstanding warrant.

ep 3: Coast to Coast 110

COPS: From Palm Beach Florida and Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. This episode's stories include an intoxicated man and three deputies; and a high speed chase in Pittsburgh.

ep 2: Coast to Coast 112

COPS from Palm Beach County, Florida; Riverside County, CA; and Martin County, Florida. Stories include a vehicle stop that connects up to a major traffic accident which involved a bicyclist, and police respond to a domestic violence call.

ep 1: Coast to Coast 109

COPS from Palm Springs, CA.; Chattanooga, TN; and Palm Beach County, FL. This episode features a deputy who pulls over a vehicle after which the driver runs and is tazered; a female bicyclist runs a stop sign and is stopped and after a search, drugs are found; and a man is arrested on a warrant for suspicion of sexual battery.

Season 18.
Cops - S18

ep 36: Coast to Coast 108

ep 35: Coast to Coast 107

When Officer William Hutchinson of the Palm Springs, CA, Police Department responds to a call regarding a man who allegedly attempted to steal a truck in the parking lot of a strip mall, the hostile suspect tells police that he had been drinking and believed he was in his own vehicle. Another segment features Officer Mike Reddy and Officer Jerry Kabala of the Pittsburgh, PA, Bureau of Police, pulling over a vehicle after it is seen leaving a lot frequented by heroin users. The female driver and male passenger tell the officers they were just looking for the driver's mother. An investigation reveals a different story.

ep 34: Coast to Coast 106

When Corporal Jim Muzatko of the Spokane, WA, Police Department engages in a high-speed pursuit of a stolen truck, the desperate driver turns onto a deserted dirt road and the officer executes the "pit maneuver" to stop the pursuit. Also featured is Officer William Hutchinson of the Palm Springs, CA, Police Department, patrolling an area known for a high volume of prostitution and drug activity. He notices a parked car where three males, two of them dressed in full drag, are questioned.

ep 33: Coast to Coast 104

ep 32: Coast to Coast 103

ep 31: Coast to Coast 102

After Sgt. Jason Snyder and Detective Phil Mecurio of the Pittsburgh, PA, Bureau of Police notice a bulge in the pants of two males, a foot chase ensues and eventually Sgt. Snyder discovers the bulge is a gun, which the suspect claims is for protection. Another segment features Deputy Jason Howard of the Martin County, FL, Sheriff's Office, responding to a call where a man reported that a woman was causing a disturbance at his private residence and refused to leave. Although the complainant manages to utter that she tore down part of his fence, she is inebriated and incoherent and denies any wrongdoing.

ep 30: Palm Springs Weekend Special Edition

Officer William Hutchinson of the Palm Springs, CA, Police Department joins a high-speed chase that ends abruptly when the driver crashes into a fence. As the chase concludes, a naked male driver jumps the fence and takes off on foot while officers question a tearful female passenger with torn clothes. The driver is quickly apprehended and brought back to the scene in a police car, where the investigation proceeds. Also featured from the Palm Springs Police Department is Officer William Hutchinson, checking out a vehicle parked outside an apartment complex. As Hutchinson approaches the car, he observes two men seated inside. When the driver opens his door, a cloud of marijuana smoke begins to billow out, prompting the officer to remove the men from the car.

ep 29: 650th Milestone Episode

ep 28: Bad Girls! 9 Special Edition

Officer Derrick Pendergrass of the Chattanooga, TN, Police Department responds to a call where a bleeding woman has passed out on the sidewalk. At the scene, it becomes obvious that the woman is extremely intoxicated and cannot recall anything. When the woman refuses to sit still, she attempts to bite Officer Pendergrass. In another segment, when Deputy Heather Savage of the Martin County, FL, Sheriff's Office spots a woman walking down a strip of highway known for heavy drug and prostitution activity, she stops her for questioning. The woman claims that although she has been arrested in the past for prostitution-related crimes, she was only on the way to cash her welfare check. A routine search of the woman's possessions turns up crack cocaine, and after being detained, the woman reveals that she has a crack pipe in the crotch of her underpants.

ep 27: Drug Arrests Special Edition

ep 26: Coast to Coast 101

When Officers Jeremy Daniel and Jerry Anderson of the Spokane, WA, Police Department respond to a call about a male suspect, armed with a knife, who is apparently on drugs and has threatened to kill at least one person, they are forced to have a physical altercation with the enraged man. The episode also features Officer Darrell Evans of the Anchorage, AK, Police Department investigating a report of two men who earlier assaulted a male victim and told their dog to attack.

ep 25: Coast to Coast 100

Detectives Tony Moreno and Brian Nicholas of the Pittsburgh, PA, Bureau of Police approach two individuals they suspect are involved in an illegal "hand to hand" drug transaction. When a suspect turns and attempts to dispose of a handgun, the detectives arrest both individuals without any hesitation. After it is discovered that the detained suspect's mouth is filled with crack, he dramatically laments his situation, calling himself a "loser." In a disturbing and shocking segment, Officers Jack Carson and Sally Jones of the Anchorage, AK, Police Department respond to bizarre call about a male suspect attempting to sell or trade a juvenile female for crack cocaine.

ep 24: Coast to Coast 99

When Officer Alan Edwards and K-9 Officer Craig Hamilton of the Spokane, WA, Police Department respond to a call regarding a male who has been eluding police and burglarizing homes, the suspect is initially found hiding on the roof of a dwelling. When the suspect scrambles around, there is a short negotiation after officers announce they have a police dog. Another segment features Officers Michael Joiner and Kevin Trussell of the Chattanooga, TN, Police Department as they respond to a call from a woman who wants to know if her husband is manufacturing meth in their home.

ep 23: Coast to Coast 105

ep 22: Coast to Coast 98

When Det. Joe Lewis and Sgt. Jason Snyder of the Pittsburgh, PA, Bureau of Police stop a vehicle, the driver immediately speeds off and a chase ensues. Once apprehended, the suspect tells the undercover officers he was afraid of being sent to jail for having a small amount of “weed” in his pocket. However, as the investigation continues, we learn that the suspect has been convicted of a felony. Another segment features Officers Derrick Pendergrass and Zach Fuller of the Chattanooga, TN, Police Department stopping a vehicle for having tags that don’t match the car they are allegedly registered to, and for failure to maintain lanes. The driver appears very nervous and immediately hands the officers an empty plastic bag. This intoxicated suspect admits that beer somehow spilled in the front seat of his car

ep 21: Coast to Coast 93

ep 20: Coast to Coast 94

ep 19: Las Vegas Heat 3 Special Edition

In Las Vegas, Nevada, officers respond to a disturbance call where a customer was threatened by a disturbed man.

ep 18: Coast to Coast 97

Stories are from Gwinnett, County, Ga, Las Vegas, Nv, Travis County, Tx and Atlanta, Ga. A backpack full of drugs is found during the arrest of suspects in an area known for heroin deals.

ep 17: Coast to Coast 95

From Gwinnett County, GA; Las Vegas, NV; and Travis County, TX. Stories include a fight in progress call; a family dispute; and a car stop reveals a large quantity of marijuana.

ep 16: Coast to Coast 92

From Las Vegas, Nv, Travis County, Texas, and Atlanta, Ga. Police respond to a call that involves a man who has detained by force a suspect caught in the act of vandalism. Other stories include a domestic disturbance in Texas and a stolen car in Georgia.

ep 15: Coast to Coast 91

From Ft. Myers, Fl., Las Vegas, Nv., and Fresno, Ca. Stories include Police setting out to apprehend drug dealers by using a taxi cab.

ep 14: Coast to Coast 87

Stories from Ft. Myers, Fl.. Las Vegas and Lee County, Florida. Police are dispatched to a call from a person who was approached by a man with a gun that claimed he had used it in robbing a bank.

ep 13: Coast to Coast 86

From Las Vegas, Nv. Stories include a call for assistance at an apartment complex in which an uncooperative supect is dealt with.

ep 12: Ho! Ho! Ho! Special Edition 3

When Detective Jason Lando of the Pittsburgh, PA, Bureau of Police investigates suspicious activity in a parking lot frequented by drug users and prostitutes, the parked driver claims to be waiting for her daughter. As the investigation continues, officers recognize the driver’s daughter as someone they encounter frequently. The shaky young girl is found with drug paraphernalia and the situation becomes very emotional as she is detained in front of her mother. On the other side of the country, Sgt. Tom Jenkins of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department stops a young female behaving suspiciously on the legendary Las Vegas strip. After the female suspect lies to Sgt. Jenkins, she eventually breaks down and admits to working the streets. Another segment features Officer Derek Bishop of the Spokane, WA, Police Department, responding to a call where a female suspect claims to be hitchhiking. Although she was ticketed several weeks before for prostitution, she maintains her innocence. When officers begin to question her credibility, some arresting surprises surface and the suspect attempts to bargain with officers.

ep 11: Coast to Coast 84

COPS from Las Vegas, Nevada. Stories include a simple car stop over a broken tail light yields a jar of meth.

ep 10: Coast to Coast 83

COPS in Lee County Florida. Stories include a domestic distrubance call where the husband fears for his life from his wife.

ep 9: Las Vegas Heat 2 Special Edition

Stories include a fight call, police respond to a theft call as students attempt to steal a hotel's fake flamingo, and a prostitute is arrested during a traffic stop.

ep 8: In Harm's Way Special Edition

ep 7: Bad Girls! 8 Special Edition

ep 6: Coast to Coast 85

ep 5: Coast to Coast 82

ep 4: Coast to Coast 90

ep 3: Coast to Coast 88

Officers Judy Abercrombie and Diane King of the Gwinnett County, GA, Police Department respond to a domestic disturbance call from a local motel. As the officers approach the motel, they encounter a man and woman arguing in the parking lot. At the scene, the woman slaps the man after catching him a truck with another woman. Meanwhile, the emotional female is accused of running the man down and officers investigate further. Also featured is Deputy David Jones of the Maricopa County, AZ, Sheriff's Office, responding to a call where a male suspect has consumed large amounts of methamphetamine intravenously. While the incredibly altered, sweating and shaking suspect claims he's searching for a higher power, paramedics are called to the scene.

ep 2: Coast to Coast 89

When Detectives Rudy Reynoso and Juan Gonzalez of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department respond to a call regarding the discovery of a human skull in a local park, they conduct an extensive and cautious search. With the assistance of a forensic anthropologist, they find additional human bones and discarded clothing in the immediate area. After an exhaustive day, the remains are identified when the serial number from a cell phone is traced to a man who has been reported missing. Another segment featuring the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department follows Officer Christopher Curtis responding to a domestic disturbance call. At the scene, the officer interviews a woman who claims that her unstable ex-boyfriend tried to break into her apartment. The ex-boyfriend confirms the woman's account and eventually comes to the emotional realization that he loves a woman who does not feel the same.

ep 1: Coast to Coast 96

In the 18th season premiere, deputies Marc Taub and Joseph Ensminger of the Travis County, TX, Sheriff's Office question the residents of a home that has been burglarized and we learn that someone went into the house and completely trashed it. However, there is no sign of forced entry and nothing is missing from the property. The complainant and his friend, who appear inebriated, explain that they think they know who did it, and they believe it occurred because they would not smoke enough pot with him. Deputies take fingerprints from an article in the kitchen and advise the residents to be careful about whom they hang out with. In another segment, Corporal Bev Genevish, Officer James Presley and Lt. J.T. Strickland of the Gwinnett County, GA, Police Department investigate a call about a car hitting person riding a bike. At the scene, the driver's car has run off the road, and while the vehicle's windshield and hood are both damaged, the driver claims to have no memory of hitting anyone. As the investigation continues, a bloodied young boy stumbles toward officers, but the injury has impaired his memory and he cannot remember how it happened.

Season 17.
Cops - S17

ep 36: Coast to Coast 72

ep 35: Coast to Coast 81

(Pierce County WA - 2:14 AM Officer Assistance Call) Sheriff's Dept. South Hill Precinct - Deputy Kris Nordstrom likes the guy he works with, all the squad guys, his sgt, lt, good to have the support, teamwork and camaraderie, they all chase bad guys and go home safely, that's their goal. Fresno, CA/San Bernardino County, CA

ep 34: Coast to Coast 80

(Fort Worth, TX - 4:10 PM Flagged Down) East Division - Officer Jeff Garwacki says the thing he likes the most is when he had a ride along and the guy said nothing but good things. This is a cow town with lots of cowboy hats. A man says someone just ran off with beer from a 7-11. They come up on a black man being chased by an old white guy running down the road under an overpass. The man from the store told him to stop, but he says he wouldn't. A woman saw him take two 18 packs and that's when the man ran out and flagged a cop down. They lost the thief, went back to the 7-11, then spotted thief again, went after him and took him down. He grabbed his arm and the black guy swung at him. The employee is out of breath and they give him a ride back to the store. Officer Marcus Rath was the first one on the scene. He was told the thief was a black guy in a white shirt. He found him hiding in an abandoned car and has him in cuffs. The thief says he came out of the store with the beer and he was going to pay for it. His money was in the car and he went out to get it and put the beer in the car and the driver took off. He's only known him for 2 months as JJ. It turns out the thief was the man who bailed out of Officer Barnett's car in handcuffs last week and they make sure that won't happen again. They thank the good Samaritan and says without him they wouldn't have caught him. Las Vegas, NV - Metropolitan PD - Southeast Area Command - Officer Gibron Smith is on the way to a domestic. He says Vegas is a very small town and it's likely you'll see people more than once. If you treat them right they'll remember it. Two cops are already on the scene at house 3161 talking to a fat white guy who says he was trying to get his tools. He goes to the house every day, doesn't sleep there, slept at a hotel the night before since he's going through a divorce, he was fixing the thermostats, she ripped him out of the wall and they fought. Officer Tim Riley says she thought he was gone for good and she wanted some cigarettes and was going to sell his tools to pay for them. They have the woman move across the property and let him go in and get his stuff. She doesn't want him to take her things. Gibron says they aren't there to decide whose property is whose. The man comes out with the TV and she yells at him that it's hers. They tell him to put the TV back and take only what he needs for himself and work. He keeps pulling out his tools and they find a drawing of Art on the wall she made. She throws knives at it and wrote "jailbird" over it. The cops say that's not normal. The front window is broken from him trying to get in earlier. She says it's better to have the picture and throw darts at it instead of throwing darts at him. She's not worried about the kids seeing it as long as she doesn't hurt Art. Pierce County, WA (7:10 Stolen Property Call) Sheriff's Dept Mountain Detachment - Deputy Walter Kent Mundell says they have 700 miles of land to cover all the way to Mount Rainier. They have a huge meth problem there, but it's the greatest place to work because it's so beautiful. They find a trailer loaded with stolen property and go to check it out. They find a bunch of messed up tents, garbage, a barking dog and a propane torch going in the tent. Jim and Tom are staying there after they got kicked out of the trailer. A guy who lives there is moving out and lets them stay in his yard. The guys take off and they find a meth lab on the ground with chemicals and bottles everywhere. They bring in a K-9 to track them down and soon after find one guy hiding in the bushes. He says he has no idea why they are looking for him, the meth lab isn't his and he's never seen it before. K-9 Deputy Jerry Thibodeaux hunts for the next guy and says this area is ideal to find people because there are no other human scents out there. Deputy Jennifer Eldridge interviews the man in the car. He says he used old coffee filters to get a high from meth and has to use a whole pack to do it. Jen says if the meth went away the county would lose 70% of their crime.

ep 33: Coast to Coast 79

(Fresno, CA - 11:09 PM Man with a Knife Call) Central Policing District - Officer James Rosetti is going to Belmont & Fulton. His partner Officer Bryan Craft drives, pulls up, spots a dazed looking woman and ask her if there was a stabbing in the alley. Bryan stops, gets out and grabs her. Sgt. Greg Noll pulls up and she says she has the knifes in her pocket and is all bloody. She says she took it away from him and that he has AIDS. They get the knife away and let her go. They race around back and there is a guy on the ground with no shirt on, stab wounds and blood all over his face. His face is swollen and he's covered with bad jailhouse tattoos. He gets up and keeps mouthing off at the cops. They tell him to stay down and he asks them what are they going to do and tells them all to f--k off. EMT arrives, they cuff him, load him on a stretcher and tie him down. Sgt. Eddie Barrios says she took the knife away from him. They go back to her and she says he was flailing the knife around at George and his son who hit him with a shovel to get it away from him. They go speak to 18 year old George Jr. at his house and he says the guy came to the door screaming he was going to stab his dad. His mom was screaming, his niece was there, so he grabbed a shovel and hit him. He thought he was trying to kill his dad, but doesn't know why. Eddie says he wouldn't listen and they had to taze him. Pierce County WA (10:41 PM Domestic Disturbance Call) Sheriff's Dept South Hill Precinct - Deputy Mario Carey's wife is also a deputy in the department, he met her on a call. He pulls up to a trailer where a bunch of young guys are hanging out. He cuffs the one guy who is a problem until he can figure out what happened. Bobby comes up and says his brother Dominick choked him and ripped up his shirt. He says he loves his brother, but he attacked him, he has no wounds and there was no knife involved. Dom was staying with him, he was scared for his life because he brought a girl over he didn't like, he flipped out and pushed him into the wall. Dom says they were watching TV, relaxing and then Lee started tripping and got in his face about the people there and she pushed him, so her pushed him back. The step-brother backs up Bobby's story. Dom ran outside and Bobby threw his stuff out in the yard and locked the door. Dom is put under arrest for domestic violence 4th degree and they search him. Mario explains that they need to get a restraining order if they want to keep him away. Bobby cries and thanks Mario. Hamilton Co, OH (8:48 PM Assistance Call) Sheriff's Office District 1 - Cpl Peter Enderle gets the call of a man in a gorilla suit who locked himself out of his car. Kyle is wearing the suit when they pull up. He was Halloween shopping, wanted to surprise his friends and was in such a hurry he locked his keys in the car and doesn't seem to care who is next to him. Pete slim jims the door open since the keys are in the ignition. He takes the mask off as they leave. (9:32 PM Juvenile Disturbance Call) He goes to the call of a white boy waving a gun around. It is in the same area where a girl was robbed of her cell phone at gunpoint. They pull up and question Tobias, a 15 year-old kid, who has the gun in his waistband. They pull it off him and he says he found it down the street. Deputy Michael Robbins puts him in his car. He admits the gun is his brother's and he took it. Deputy Tom Lang says Tobias was the one that had the gun and stole a cell phone from someone earlier. They pull another kid out and who admits his brother gave him the gun and he robbed a cell phone from a girl. He was there when he did it. He is under arrest for disorderly conduct. They take him back to his mom and show the gun to his brother and he says he never saw it before. The kid now says the gun is Tobias's. He will be cited and has to appear in juvenile court.

ep 32: Coast to Coast 78

(Pierce County WA - 7:09 PM Traffic Stop) Lakewood PD - Officer Joe Kolp has been there 6 years, 5 in Lakewood. He is in the reserves and went to Iraq for a year. He brought a flag with him and when he got back he gave it to the chief who hung it up. He spots guy who gave them a fake name last time, so they are getting him again. They pull him over in a B&I parking lot and Joe pulls him out of the truck and cuffs him. Officer John Henterly talks to the female passenger who has no idea what’s going on. David says they think he is his twin brother Darren, but he's really Darren. They pull up a picture of him on the computer and match it. He knew he had a felony warrant that’s why he lied. They take the woman out and cuff her. There is a purse on the seat, but she says it isn't hers. She admits there is a rig in there and they find a needle with blood, two ID's with the same picture, but with different info. Then they find a paper with 5 more different ID's on them. She tries to say it's a joke and doesn't all the ID's, then she admits she has a warrant for BTC – meth, that none of the ID's are hers and she failed her final drug treatment. Both are going to jail for a while. Hamilton County OH (8:02 PM Animal Complaint) Sheriff's Office - Cpl Pete Enderle says a woman found a snake in her closet. He goes in her house and she's on the phone with her mom and freaking out. She says it's in the hall closet, it's black with orange marks and it is a baby. He tears apart the closet and doesn't find it. She says she was cleaning and running around and saw it go into the closet. He finds it behind the baseboard so Pete pulls it off with a hammer and screwdriver. She says "god love you." He hacks the wall apart with her permission and can't get it. They go in the basement and she freaks thinking she saw it, but it was just a wire. He can't find it and goes back upstairs and she says she feels better now and gives him a hug and thanks him. He goes out to his car and then she screams to come back. She unlocks the door and lets him in. The snake is on the floor and he grabs it and wraps it around a board and takes it outside. It looks like a baby rattler. She is so happy and thanks and hugs him again. Fort Worth, TX (9:37 PM Burglary in Progress) East Division Crime Response Team - Officer Chad Mills says he likes working there and busting felons, drug dealers, gang bangers who are responsible for all the crimes. They don't have to take calls either. Officer Curtis Miller is his partner who spots a broken down truck and people are trying to strip it. They jump out and catch they black guys, one is a wearing a Kobe Bryant jersey, and cuff them. Officer Matt Moore also caught one. They find the tires in their car. Kobe says a guy told him he would pay $500 for the rims. He doesn't know the guy, never saw him, he just talked him into it. He says he doesn't need the money, works hard from 9-5 and just bought the car. Now it's a felony and they can seize his car. He's covered with sweat and says he worked hard for the car and paid $1000 for it. He'll be in front of a judge, in jail and on $15,000 bail. The second guy says Kobe sang like a bird and he won't say nothing. The other guy rolled the 4th tire behind a house as insurance. They go back and find it.

ep 31: Bizarre Calls Special Edition

(Las Vegas, NV - 1:34 AM Vandalism Call) Metropolitan PD Southeast Area Command. 911 Communications Center - A woman calls in about kids in her driveway messing with their cars and she is taping it. They caught one and we can hear a car speeding off and she says her husband is attached to the car. Officer Mike Souder takes the call. Casey says he was toilet papering his tree and a Glen came out and punched him in the face. So he drove off and Glen jumped in and broke off his gearshift. He says he stopped smoking weed, but they find some weed in the car. Glen has no shirt on and says he grabbed the drive and put it in park. He started to pull away while he was hanging inside. The kid tried to crash him into a truck and he punched him in the face and broke the drive shaft. The woman says they peed on her truck, but the kids deny it. They have surveillance cameras on the outside of their house so the cops go inside to check the tape. The son was inside asleep. The driver is seen peeing on the car tire while the girl toilet papers the truck. They go back out and Casey finally admits he peed and the drugs were his. He gets charged with battery, possession and urinating in public. Sgt. Loren Napier says he could've killed Glen. Mike tells him it was bad idea to grab on the guys truck because they have it on tape. Little Rock, AR (7:04 PM Disturbance Call) Officer Jeff Holt is going to backup another cop at a disturbance and doesn't know what is going on. Officer Matt Murski goes up to the house and they can hear screaming outside. A 50 year-old lady says her 90 year-old friend stabbed her because she has the devil in her. The woman has a cut on her arm for no reason. The 90 year-old says the 50 year-old got mad, started with her, she was defending herself and stabbed her before she could stab her first. The 90 year-old says the woman keeps carrying on about her punk son. Sgt. Heath Helton arrives. They both were probably drinking and the 90 year-old is arrested for battery. She wants the 50 year-old out and can't find the key so they have to call the housing authority. The wound wasn't deep. Las Vegas, NV (8:50 AM Stolen Vehicle) Metropolitan PD South East Area Command - Officer Gibron Smith takes the call of a lady who observed her stolen vehicle and is following them now. They catch up to them in a Walgreens parking lot and pull them out at gunpoint. It’s a guy and a tattooed girl, both wearing backwards baseball hats. The guy has no shoes on and feet are dirty. The girl says the owner Brian is a friend of hers. The owner arrives and says the guy stole her car at a hotel. He offered her $200 to take dirty pictures of him and after he jumped in the car and took off. The guy says they met at a casino, went to her room to party, drink and do drugs. He doesn't know anything about pictures. Suddenly he remembers the pictures and says there are ones of him and her and he threw the camera away. She admits sort of going to his room for drugs.

ep 30: Armed & Dangerous Special Edition

(Santa Ana, CA - 9:15 PM Robbery in Progress) Officer Chuck Elms was born and raised there, went away to school and came back with the intentions of being a cop. It’s good to be back where he grew up. The call is for backup at a KFC restaurant. A witness says he was at the drive thru getting his drinks and saw a Hispanic man inside with a gun. They go inside and watch the surveillance tape of a guy in a blue shirt holding a gun and another guy in a white shirt with black gloves hopping the counter and empting the register. Someone got the license plate, but it turns out to be stolen. It is the third robbery they committed. They go to a donut shop that they robbed next. A shot was fired and it went through the kitchen. They check the tape and it's the same guys robbing the register. They get a call that one is caught and the other is being chased on foot. Sgt. Mark Strouhan is heading up the search with dozens of cops around. Officer David Schwacher caught one and Sgt. Ernie Conde caught the other. It turns out there were three of them, one is a third strike parolee. The guy in blue turns in the gun and a bulletproof vest. One got away, but was ID'd. Little Rock, AR (3:20 PM Street Patrol) Officer Tim Stankevitz always wanted to be a cop and got hired at 27, a late start. He loves it, it’s a good bunch of people, enjoys working the streets and it gets exciting. A man calls about a problem with homeless people camping out at his building. A black man with a “Called in sick” t-shirt says the man in the blue shirt has a gun. They go around behind the building and find the guy. He is holding the gun and won't drop it. He finally drops it, but won't listen and is pulled down hard and cuffed. Another guy shows up and Officer Ryan Hudson takes him down. The man called 8 Ball keeps saying he should've killed the other guy, talks nonsense, the guy beat him with a 2x4 and he was going to take care of him. He's mad at himself for not killing him, it would've been less trouble and he should've killed him. He beat him over a $2 rock of coke and says if the cops didn't come he would've killed him. He thought he was going back home to jail. The other guy says he doesn't even know the guy, he must think he's someone else. He's been arrested for drugs in 1997 though. The gun is a .22 and has 2 bullets. Officer Joe Miller checks it out and says it looks like it misfired. San Bernardino, CA (7:01 PM Shooting Call) Sheriff's Dept - Officer Mike Martinez says a good day is taking a couple hardcore criminals off the street and going home at night. Officer Joe Silva says a man shot himself by mistake, but it might've been a gun battle. They go around back with a helicopter is overhead. They cut the lock on the fence, come up to the house and there is blood all the way up the front. There is a crusty old biker on the floor bleeding from a bullet wound on his leg who says a guy came after him for money and he pulled his .44 Magnum to get rid of him and it went off. Sgt. Ernie Kopasz checks the gun. Greg threw a trailer ball at him. They find him and he’s bald with a big bloody bruise under his eye. Deputy John Walker questions him and he says he was hit by a steel bar, ran out after the gun went off and locked the gate on the way out, but his son says no. He says he might've hopped the fence. They were in business together and he owed him $1,000 and he came to collect. They are both charged with assault with a deadly weapon.

ep 29: Grand Theft Auto 3

(Pierce County WA - 12:42 AM Stolen Vehicle Pursuit) South Hill Precinct - Deputy Kris Nordstrom chases Derrick, a white guy in a stolen Honda Prelude on the freeway. He goes 70mph through a red light, blows a stop sign, goes eastbound on Pacific, dodges stop sticks, west on 72nd, swerves to avoid a PIT, speeds up, heads down 116 th st, rear ends a car and loses it. He jumps out to run but another police car cuts him off against a fence. He goes to jump on the hood, doesn't make it, surrenders and they jump on him and cuff him. Deputy Roger Fuller checks the victim that was hit and his face is all bloody. He lost a tooth and probably broke his nose. Sgt. Brian Witt checks the damage. Derrick says he didn't know the cops were behind him at first, complains about his leg and they ambulance him off. Little Rock, AR (9:01 PM Stolen Vehicle) Downtown Patrol Division - Officer Ryan Hudson says the blue car is on the local list and the subject is supposed to be armed. He's on MLK and pulls over without incident. They draw their guns and pull him out, but he won't drop his soda. He is a young black guy who is incoherent saying he did nothing wrong and has no gun or drugs. A woman let him use the car, she has his ID, but he doesn't know her name. He says he can take the car to the drug house at 28th on Harrison where she is. They bring Barbara, the car's owner, to the scene who says last Friday he jumped in the back seat at a gas station, pulled a out a gun and forced her to drive him around for 2 hours. She told him to take the car since it isn't worth much. He gave her his ID, said he'd bring it back in a few days and not to call the police or he'd kill her. He says he traded crack for the car and didn't know it was stolen. He has warrants. They take Barbara to the station to ID the driver. Detective Ashley Helton shows her a paper with 6 pictures and she picks out #2 right away. Pierce County WA (7:40 PM Stolen Vehicle) Sheriff's Dept. Mountain Detachment - Deputy Pete Turner spots a Bronco with one headlight and no taillights that is stolen. Josh the white male driver pulls over with no problem and comes out. He’s wearing his hat backwards and has an Auburn #24 basketball shirt. Deputy Jennifer Eldridge backs him up. He says he got the truck from Tony, didn't know it was stolen and doesn't know where Tony is. He's been busted before for driving a stolen car. The back window is gone and the key is shaved. He says he didn't steal it, he just borrowed it and it was like that. He just started working again and put in 10 days straight. They ask him why he was busted before for this. He says he’s on work release with the owner and he does exist.

ep 28: Caught in the Act Special Edition

(Fresno, CA - 10:02 PM Street Patrol) SW Policing District - CST Officer Paul Cervantes & Officer David Miramontes are the district suppression team to respond to violent calls as a primary strikes force. Their primary target is to focus on drug dealers and junkies out of line. They drive up on two men fighting in a parking lot on Palm & Olive. One is on top of the other and slaps him. They pull over, jump out and cuff them. Charlie is on parole and says he was walking, the guy cursed at him, got violent, pushed him on the ground and he only had one beer. The other guy says Charlie started it. He punched him, pushed him, he had 2 beers and lives nearby. Charlie doesn't remember what address will be on his parole record because he has amnesia and doesn't remember what he said. Charlie was asking for money, but is not sure if it was a robbery. Officer Maria Flores backs them up. The other guy says he gave him some change, it wasn't enough and he tried to push him. They cut him loose and arrest Charlie. Charlie wants them to remove the cuffs so he can go beat him. Las Vegas, NV (12:19 AM Possible Disturbance) SE Area Command - Officer Shaun Woodard has been in town since 1986. He moved from Boston, likes the weather and claims lots of people come here for the weather and gambling. He sees a 417, a man choking a woman and goes back. His partner is Officer Bill Van Cleef. Tanya says they were playing, are lesbians, her girlfriend Dawn wanted to walk home, but she wanted to drive them home. They weren't fighting, just arguing, but she did a lot for Dawn and took her in. Dawn says they were in a bar and another woman was looking at her and Tanya got jealous. In the truck Tanya put her in a choke hold. It is a mandatory arrest for domestic violence battery. She wants her car keys since last time she didn't get them. Dawn comes over and cries, Tanya says it's OK, she wouldn't hurt her. Dawn says she choked her before and almost killed her. Fresno, CA (9:32 PM Officer Assistance Call) SE Policing District - Officer Brent Willey says he feels like he's living the American dream. He’s a 4th generation cop and his dad says if you get something for nothing you don't earn it. When you earn it, you love it and that makes it beautiful. He responds to a call for backup at an assault with a deadly weapon. It is raining and there is a man with a bloody face. He says two men jumped him and beat him. Detective Jacky Parks is there. They catch one of the suspects and the man ID's him. Sgt. Eddie Barrios says a call came about the first guy who was hiding in the dumpster. The guy says he wasn't hiding in the dumpster, nothing is going on, he's homeless, didn't do nothing, they don't have him on camera, he was just chilling in the dumpster and doesn't know what he did. He has one felony strike and just got out of jail today. In the 7-11 they watch the security tape and talk to the employee who saw it. Two guys start beating the man and they pull the victim inside and they both come in and attack him. Two employees fight back and then a third man comes and fights. They left blood on the ice cream cabinet, it's an open and shut case.

ep 27: Coast to Coast 77

(Hamilton County, OH - 3:55 PM Hit and Run Call) Sheriff's Office - Corporal Pete Enderle says it's satisfying to help someone with a particular problem. They thank you, it's genuine from the heart and makes it all worth while. That's why you do it - for the thanks, not for the glory. He knows the black male driver Lawrence, has dealt with him before and drives by his house. He spots the car, gets out and sees the suspect run inside. He runs out the back, Pete chases him and gets tasered. Lawrence has Coolio hair and asks what did he do. It’s because he hit someone on Niagara and is mirandized. He jumped out the window because he saw all the cops and doesn't have time for all this. He says a kid ran right into his car, thought he was OK and left because they said they were going to mess him up. It turns out he didn't have a license or a cell phone and didn't know if the police were coming. He didn't think anything was wrong and he really needed a cigarette, that's why he climbed out the window, but would've come back. He would've only gotten a ticket if he stuck around, now he gets resisting and driving while suspended. Even worse is he wasn't at fault for the accident, but he's still going to jail. Fresno, CA (9:01 PM Suspicious Activity) Southwest Policing District CST - Officer Paul Cervantes says they are doubled up working with the suppression team on the hotel area looking for prostitutes and drugs. His partner Officer David Miramontes spots a car with a prostitute and they pull them over. Charlene is really a he. Arthur the driver says he saw the woman on the bridge, picked her up and gave her a ride to her sisters’. Charlene is a manly Mexican guy with heavy makeup. Arthur insists he didn't ask for sex, but thought he could've been a prostitute. They arrest Charlene and the driver says he has a joint in the car. They find a tub with pot, a pipe and rolling papers. Sgt. Mike Doyle backs them up. Charlene has a steak knife in his purse. Recently someone was killed when they thought they picked up a woman and it was man so David asks Arthur if he would've gotten violent if he learned it was a guy. He says no. David says not to come back and hopes he learned his lesson. Pierce Co, WA (10:35 PM Traffic Stop) Officer Mike Phipps has been working Lakewood Graveyard for 5 couple years. Officer Matt Brown has worked every shift and graveyard is the best - good fun, camaraderie, partnership and lots of joking. Mike spots a motorcycle speeding he stops him a parking lot and when they get out he takes off. He blows a stop light at 100th and then hits a truck that pulling out of a 7-11. The bike skids down the street in a sea of sparks and he is thrown. The truck’s front bumper is ripped off, the fender and smashed and the tire is destroyed. Officer Monti Minion and Officer Andrew O'Neill back them up. The biker isn't breathing, but EMS arrives and is able to revive him. The motorcycle is wrecked from the 100mph crash, his helmet is cracked in half and he skidded and wrapped his leg around himself. Officer Jason Smith says he has three traffic warrants and the hospital is only 5 blocks away.

ep 26: Coast to Coast 76

(Pierce County WA - 4:17 AM Traffic Stop) South Hill Precinct - Deputy Mark Berry loves the northwest if you like doing things outdoors - there’s Mt. Rainer and Puget Sound. He’s a big fan of hot coffee with all the rain. He spots a car with an expired registration, goes to pull them over and they take off. They go through residential areas, down alleyways, down J st., west on 53rd, north on I, east on 52nd then they suddenly stop and run. Mark catches the soaked, Spanish, shoeless male driver with some help. He goes back to the car and finds it rolled into a parked car. Deputy Darrin Rayner assists. The driver is 23 and ran because he had a gun pointed at him and he lost his sandals. Mark asks why he kept running when the passenger ran in the other direction with the gun. He says he stopped, even though he was hiding. It turns out he has $48,000 in warrants for distributing and possession of drugs. Covington, KY (1:20 AM Fight in Progress) Officer Derek Uhl is en route to a large fight with people throwing beer bottles and rocks and possibly a gun. A woman is screaming for help saying a guy broke through her window and is in the back. A man points the way, they run to the back and more people point the way. Officer Mark Richardson assists in catching a shirtless, heavily tattooed guy a couple blocks later. They spot another two shirtless guys a block and away and run over and cuff them. They say they didn't do anything. One guy says he had a beef with a guy he didn't know for trying to kiss his sister. The other guy backs up the story saying the guy is 26, fresh out of prison and fondled his sister. They find the sister who says a guy grabbed her, kissed her and she told her brother. He got his friends and went over there to fight. The talk to the guy and he says a girl named Jerica sat on his lap and kissed him. Then he was sitting outside eating when the brother came over wanting to fight. He says a whole bunch of them came over throwing stuff, breaking windows and knocked down the gate. The fence was smashed, a chair was thrown into a window and a door is knocked off the hinges. He show them inside and Derek says to stay away from those young girls. Cincinnati, OH (2:17 PM Suspicious Vehicle) District 1 - Officer Robin Williams works with a partner because it’s better to have one in a high crime and drug area with lots of violence. Officer Jody Dillinger is his partner. They spot a red and white pick up truck stopping, starting and acting erratic. They stop the two young guys. The driver has an ID card that he thinks it's a license. He says he's on his dad's insurance, but has no card. His license plate is obstructed and will get a ticket for that. They pull them out, search them and find heroin on the driver. He says there is nothing in the car. The passenger says he has Xanax on him, it's loose in his pocket. His friend gave him some pills, he doesn't know what they are and is supposed to give them back. The driver went to rehab for smoking weed, says he doesn't do heroin, he drove a girl up here for $30, doesn't know her and it's hers. She is a crackhead. He was going to circle around while she scored and came back, but they got him first. He still is arrested for possession, but they are glad he was honest.

ep 25: 600th Milestone Episode

(Cincinnati, OH - 9:24 PM Traffic Stop) Officer Michael Winslow says it's a full moon, lots of officers believe the myth that it makes more crime. He hasn't seen that. Cameras capture a fleeing suspect; domestic disturbance; a family disturbance that threatens to separate children from their father. Covington, KY/Hamilton Co, OH .

ep 24: Coast to Coast 74

(Pierce County WA - 1:02 AM Pursuit in Progress) Lakewood - Officer Matt Brown is en route to the east side after a vehicle with stolen plates that won't stop. Josh sets up stop sticks and the white truck hits them and keeps going. He loses his tires, goes into an apartment complex and bails out on foot. He is caught right away and tazered, but he howls and continues to fight. Officer Mike Phipps assists. There are two more in the truck brought out at gunpoint. Deputy Kris Nordstrom helps get them out. The third guy howls that his arm is popping out of the socket as they cuff him. The driver is mirandized and put in the back of a cruiser. The third guy has a needle on him. Deputy Mario Carey talks to the woman passenger. She says she didn't know the driver, her friend got out and peed, didn't know the truck stolen and the guy just jumped out while it was rolling. (1:03 AM Vehicle Stop) Officer Dave Shaffer pulls up behind a stolen gold vehicle that fell off the hot sheet. An unmarked car was following it and called Dave. Jason pulls over, gets out and is told to lift his shirt up and walk backwards to the cops and is cuffed. There is a women passenger, Gabby, a dog in the back, the ignition is punched and the stereo is missing. Gabby says Jason bought the car today and didn't know it was stolen. Officer Andy Guerrero is backup. She says he works from time to time, but doesn't have much money, doesn't know where he'd get any money and sometimes people give him money for helping them, but doesn't know who. He's in the back crying, says he doesn't want the girl to get in trouble since they’re only together for 2 weeks. He traded a gram of meth to borrow the vehicle. Later she admits she knew it was stolen because he wouldn't tell her where he got it and needed a screwdriver to start it. He says he has a foster kid in California. They let the girl go with her dog. Hamilton County, OH (8:55 PM Traffic Stop) Sheriff's Office District 1 - Cpl Pete Enderle says his kids always ask if he caught any bad guys today. Sometimes he says yes, sometimes nothing happens. He goes to stop a car with no headlight and on Glenaire at the 3000 block he pulls over. Has a temporary tag, no tail lights and no license. He reaches in his pocket for money and gets in trouble for that. He says he has no weed on him and it’s the first time he drove the car. Then he admits there is weed in the front bucket. They find the pot where Jeff said it would be. He's 18 and has a warrant. They find coke in the trunk in a jewelry box. He is arrested, says it's not coke, it's powdered sugar and came with the car. Then why it is wrapped up in a little baggie? He won't explain why it's there. He got $800 worth of tickets last week, has a kid, his head’s up his ass, needs a way to pay the bills. He’s arrested for pot, warrant and fake coke.

ep 23: High Times Special Edition

(Pierce County WA - 1:43 AM Public Disturbance Call) South Hill Precinct – Deputy Patrick Davidson works the beat area where there’s not many cops, but lots of tweakers and dopeheads. He goes to a hotel on the call of Tim who is really wasted in Apt 21. When Pat arrives Tim takes off and is caught around back. Deputy Eugene Abaun assists. Tim ran because he thought they were trying to hit him, so he threw everything. He was high on coke and was going out to score. He’s been awake for 4-5 days, is barefoot, can’t walk because he has football feet. He’s not on probation, on bond. He’s done coke all day since he was 26 years old. He doesn’t deal, lost his pipe and is bi-polar. The landlord wants him out. Christine can drive him away because it’s not a crime to be high. So they let him go. The owner says he was wandering up and down knocking on doors last night. He told him to stay inside and wants him out tomorrow. He throws his stuff in a garbage bag and leaves. Santa Ana, CA – Officer Garry Caruso grew up around police since his dad was a cop. He saw it, heard stories and it sounded like fun. He wasn’t pushed into it. (1:38 AM Street Patrol) They drive an unmarked car into a known gang alley where they go to do and sell drugs. They go after a white El Camino with guys inside and catch them. The driver, Kevin, is an old white guy. The passenger is a young Hispanic. They go to pull the young guy out and he tries to swallow the drugs and they choke it out of him and cuff him. Officer Mary Campuzano was first on the scene. Kevin is on parole for a possession charge in 1998. He was going to pick up a girl named Shasta and the young guy just got in his car because he needed a ride. He saw he had drugs and he told him to get rid of them. Both go to jail. Las Vegas – South East Area Command - Officer Gibron Smith loves Vegas, but it gets hot – over 110 degrees and stays like that for months. It gets real hot on 4 hours of calls outside of your car. Sgt. Kelly White says they can get dehydrated. They go to a gas station where a guy is pumping gas for 4 hours. The guy says he was looking for his keys for 10 minutes. He left home at 8:30 am and now it’s 9:30. They tell him it’s really 11:45. They find prescription drugs on him with the labels removed. He says they are his moms’, but the label wasn’t hers. He mixed the bottles to consolidate the pills for her to help her pain. He is a musician, classically trained, but his mom got hurt and he’s taking care of her. His face is all made up, but he claims he’s not wearing make up. He says his lips are chapped. He was shopping, but bought nothing and didn’t get gas. The cashier says she watched him there for hours. He came in to buy stuff, forget his credit card and went back to his car and spent 30 minutes looking for it. His keys he couldn’t find were on the roof the whole time.

ep 22: Coast to Coast 73

ep 21: Coast to Coast 75

(Pierce County WA - 12:34 AM Pursuit in Progress) Lakewood - Officer Trent Stephens joins the chase of 2 occupants driving back and forth across the city from Pierce to Tacoma. He gets out and lays stop sticks at 5th. The guy sees him and cuts through a 7-11 parking lot. Units from 5 cities are now chasing him. He gets out again and drops the stop sticks after clearing traffic. The car hits them fast, stops a few blocks later and bails. He and the passenger are surrounded and cuffed. The passenger says the driver was going to sell him dope and then cops got behind him and he took off. He wasn't able to get out, he wouldn't let him and he kept asking where to go and he said he was lost. The driver lies on the ground drooling and moaning. Deputy Roger Fuller was leading the chase. The driver has a felony warrant plus will be charged with evasion. The trunk has meth in it. Officer Mike Phipps assists. The passenger has a black eye and says driver would only let him out if he jumped and he thought the way they took the winding turns he would kill them. North Little Rock, AR (1:03 AM Traffic Stop) Officer Kenny Livingston spots a possibly stolen suburban, pulls it over and asks for backup. He makes them put their hands on the roof and the driver has switched seats. They pulls 3 black men out of the back, but the passenger is passed out. K-9 arrives and 3 guys, 1 girl are cuffed. No one wants to say who was driving. They find crack in the front and the girl says she knows nothing about the crack and John nor Curtis wasn't driving. It was Bobby. John says the drugs aren't his and didn't know the SUV was stolen. Curtis was passed out and doesn't know nothing. Bobby says he wasn't driving, Casper the ghost was. The tag was stolen from another stolen car, so it's two counts of theft. Hamilton Co, OH (11:46 PM Disturbance Call) Sheriff's Office - Cpl Greg Raubanus & Deputy Steve Sabers teach at the police academy. Because they see the same things over and over they get lackadaisical. They get a call to a hotel where a man backed his pickup over a wall. The manager says owner has been cussing her out up and down. She just wanted him to fix the wall, but he refused and cursed her out. She wants him out. He is in Apt 121, says he didn't call, has no problem and they are upset because he is upset. They turned the phone off because he owes them 70 cents. He has a suspended license, says he wasn't driving, it was Chad. It's his truck, he didn't hit anything, if he did he didn't mean to. Chad is his nephew who lives with him, but he took off. The truck’s back bumper is damaged. The bricks are broken in half. Russell is drunk and picks them up and puts them the wrong way then says he won't do it. He keeps trying and trying and says to put him in jail. He keeps at it until he gets it right with Steve's help. A cab is called because the manager wants him out. Russell says he's not an idiot. Greg tells him if he sees or hears from again tonight he's going to jail.

ep 20: Coast to Coast 71

COPS in Fort Worth, Tx, Las Vegas, Nv and New Orleans. Stories include a man with warrants refusing to stop his truck, a domestic involving broken glass and disorderly conduct, and a theft sting operation using a bicycle.

ep 19: Bad Girls! 7 Special Edition

(Fresno, CA - 12:46 PM Suspicious Person) Southwest Policing District - Officer Joey Perez grew up in the small town of Reedly, no drugs or gangs - a good, small community. His dad was a cop and taught him moral character which no one teaches people that in this town and that is the problem. He spots a woman walking who headed the other way when she saw him coming. He asks if she has anything. Barbara is a fat, heavy white woman who says just a compact, then a lighter, makeup and cigarettes. Then she admits she has 2 crack pipes, but they are his, not hers. A train comes right by them and she starts bawling like a baby, doesn't want to go to jail and admits she smoked crack an hour ago. She freaks out, because cops make her nervous. Then she tries to run and Joey jumps on her. He threatens to taser her if she doesn't behave so she stops and is cuffed. A big chunk of crack fell out of her compact when she threw it. They also find dope she threw. Then she won't tell her name, she didn't resist, is 17 years old, pregnant and wants to see Sgt. Pat Jackson. Pat says she doesn't look pregnant. She says she hasn't had her period in 4 months, but no doctor confirmed it. She doesn't care about the kid, wants to die, kill herself, is 17 weeks pregnant and her arm and leg hurts. Pat says they have had contact with her before and she is always combative and sarcastic. When they pick up her crack pipe a cockroach leg falls out. Pierce County WA – Lakewood (10:47 PM Vehicle Crash) Officer Joe Kolp says it’s a business area, few taverns, really busy, bars are full. A car went through the back of a 7-11 into the office. Vivian the fat Mexican woman who owns the car says she was in the club and doesn't know what happened. The witness said the car sped through the lot, hit a man and then crashed. They say it was a female driver, but didn't see her. He was hit hard enough to flip through the air, they drove away so they went in and told the store-owner. They admit after they are told they could be held for obstruction if the Mexican woman was driving. Officer Rodger Leach questions her. Vivian cries and won't admit she was driving, then finally admits she drove the car and hit her boyfriend who left. She wasn't drinking. He jumped out of the car when they were arguing. She put the car in reverse and hit him by hitting the gas by mistake. She was scared, has two kids at home and is arrested for obstruction by lying at first and now is in a heap of trouble. San Bernardino County CA - Rancho Cucamonga PD. Deputy Joe Braaten has been with Sheriff's Dept for over 6 years and wanted a career that was challenging and different every day. Other jobs didn't do it for him. He did a couple ride alongs with buddies and liked it. (12:32 AM Traffic Stop) He pulls over a car that has month old expired tags. Angela the driver says it's in the mail and has a pot pipe right in plain sight. He asks her how much weed she smoked tonight. She says none. He says she is lying. She says she doesn't have any pot in the car and wasn't smoking it. He checks her eyes and she's stoned. The pipe is next to a bag of cookies and there is a meth pipe too. She says there is nothing else that she knows off. He keeps looking and finds a speed straw. Deputy Scott Gould backs him up. She admits to him she used it a few hours ago. It was her first time in a while. He arrests her to wake her up since she has no previous arrests, no job and still lives at home. He tells her this stuff will destroy her and she seems like a nice person. She cries.

ep 18: High Crimes Special Edition

(Pierce Co, WA - 12:07 AM Pursuit in Progress) Lakewood PD - Officer Matt Brown is going to assist in a pursuit of a stolen white Honda SR-V heading their way in the rain. Officer Mike Phipps is driving. The suspect blows a light at Tyler and they get permission to PIT. He blows a light turning through head on traffic, hits the stop sticks, loses a tire, but the cops also hit the sticks and lose a tire. South Hill Precinct - Deputy Kristi Estes now takes the lead. The suspect cuts his lights, is pitted on a turn and goes into the lot of an industrial complex. They have to yank Jeremy out through the window, his pants fall down and he screams the whole time about his leg. He is cuffed and so is the passenger. A gun is found on the floor and Jeremy won't look at Kristi when she reads him his rights. They also find packages of dope ready to sell and a bag of money. Jeremy has a warrant and is on probation. Fort Worth, TX (9:45 PM Suspicious Activity) North Division - Officer M.L. Simon says one of his goals is making it to the SWAT team if possible or the gang unit or narcotics. He’s keeping his options open. He goes to a call of gang activity, Hispanic males stripping down a 1989 maroon Chevy GMC truck on the street. They run when he pulls up, the first one is caught by M.L. and says he didn't do nothing. He has no answer to why he ran, is cuffed and taken back to the car. He asks what the problem is, doesn't know whose truck it is he was by, he just pulled up, doesn't know what is going on was just the wrong place at the wrong time. He knows the column was punched, but didn't do it, he wasn't in the truck. The second guy is caught and brought back by Officer Domingo Martinez. Officer Daniel Gonzalez says the 2nd guy gave up the 1st. He says it's a lie and the third guy he only knows as Shorty. He's on probation for burglary. The truck has the radio missing, tools and speakers out of the back. They find the radio and speakers in the guy's car. The owner Josh shows up with his parents. Josh had his wallet in the truck they took too. Norwood, OH (6:31 PM Sting Operations) Police Division Task Force - Sgt. Tom Fallon tells Detective Harry Schlie they are doing a buy/bust for crack. Harry is covered with a mask and sunglasses. The guy has a priors for guns, assault, drug trafficking, B&E, resisting arrest and robbery. The deal is set up for $190 for a quarter ounce. Josh is set for the guy to show up with the drugs. He pulls up in a small silver car next to the detective in an SUV with a female passenger. He leaves and they surround him a block away. He tries to swallow the drugs and they tell him to spit it out and try to choke it out of him. Then they taser him and he screams. Bobby and another cop saw him eat the coke. He keeps screaming and won't answer. The girl cries, says she doesn't know the man, she was waiting for the bus and he gave her a ride and has been arrested for bad checks before. She says she's waiting to get back to her kids. He is charged with 3-4 counts of trafficking. He confirms her story in the station. He is put in a cell until the paperwork is done then he'll be taken to the justice center. He had $1200 on him.

ep 17: Resisting Arrest 4 Special Edition

(Pierce County WA - 12:02 AM Armed Robbery Call) Officer Joe Kolp goes to set up a containment area. Officer Russ Martin is on the scene. A man has his bosses' truck from work and a guy broke in and stole tools including a nail gun. K-9 Officer Chris Karl from Tacoma is brought in and they go through the wood and find the guy on the other side of a fence sleeping under a blanket. Joe pulls the blanket off and the guy pulls it back up and fights them. He gets tased three times and screams and fights. His nose gets bloody, says there is no other guy, he doesn't know what's going on and didn't fight anyone. He is cuffed and led off. The Lakewood Fire Dept cleans up his wound. The second guy is spotted in a rundown house so they go to get him. There are two people in the living room and the man is found hiding in a bed and won't come out. After the dog is brought in he complies, gets out and is cuffed. They found the stolen property too. Little Rock, AR - (12:52 AM Pursuit in Progress) FTO John Comeau spots a stolen vehicle and positions himself on the freeway. The black guy passes and then takes off through a field and back onto a side road, then runs on foot into the woods. He goes into a drainage pipe and won't come out so they follow him. He is caught and brought out all wet. His pants are off and his knees are cut. He ran because he's high on coke. The car is his partners' who lives on Johnson St. He had no clue what he was doing and didn't know if he'd get away after his silver jeep blew a tire and got stuck. Officer Mischa Fulton runs him and finds out he's a major thief. Forth Worth, TX - (1:05 PM Felony Warrant Call) North Division - Officer Steve Groppi has a lot of fun at work, especially catching criminals. It's like hide and seek. Officer Robert Guerrero goes with him to pick up Javier at his girlfriends house. Evette answers with a small, fat child and says she was asleep and Javier isn't there. The door is smashed up and the window is broken. She calls the cops on him/ The place is a disaster and eventually he is found under a mattress. She says his brothers are looking for him, he abused her and she filed a restraining order on him. He is shirtless, heavily tattooed and won't say why he was hiding. He wants to put his clothes on, but they tell him no. There is also a second child there and she is told she can go to jail for lying. Javier is on felony probation for assault so he is going back to jail.

ep 16: Busts Special Edition

(Forth Worth, TX - 10:49 PM Warrant Briefing) - East Division - Officer G.W. Hull says they are serving a warrant on Eisenhower and have been there 3 tomes for crack. They load up and go and use a stealth approach so they don’t destroy evidence. Inside there is junk everywhere and no room to move. Officer Quilla Barnett finds an open window where they threw out their crack rocks. They find $547 in cash with nothing bigger than a $20 and both suspects say they don’t sell or use drugs. Three weeks ago they caught them selling and a week later they were still selling. Their mom comes home and has no idea what’s going on with her son Rufus. Hamilton County OH (11:10 PM Fight Call) Corporal Pete Enderle has been a full time deputy for 8 years and sued to work at the post office with cops who hooked him up. He spots a car with four people driving on the grass. He pulls the 19 year old driver out who says he and his cousin John were arguing and he was just leaving and doesn’t know where they went. Backup arrives and they go to 21 year old John’s house. His face and eye is all bloody. He says his cousin did at a party and he lives next door, but doesn’t want to press charges. They were arguing, but he doesn’t know why or what about. He just walked over and socked him. The guy in the yard was parked there at the time. John cut his knuckles on Pete’s teeth. They go to Pete and he says John got drunk and was running his mouth off and his mom doesn’t like him. They were just drinking and playing horseshoes at his party. They shake hands and hug. They go to shake Pete’s hand, but he doesn’t want to touch them. Forth Worth, TX - East Division Crime Response Team - Officer Brett Mills and Jamey Pinkson have to be extra careful on shots fired calls, you never know. (9:39 PM Suspicious Vehicle) They stop a car and the driver tears it up looking for his insurance and can’t find it. He says he recently moved to Arlington and was looking for his homeboy JJ to go drinking with. He’s been arrested before for being in the wrong place at the wrong time for marijuana possession. He is pulled out, frisked and they find a blue bag in his mouth and grab his throat so he can’t swallow it. He was just chewing on the bag, didn’t buy it, it was given to him, he doesn’t use. Jamey gets burned by a cigarette ash and the guy wants one more cigarette before he goes to jail. The bag is filled with coke, they saw it while he was talking. He says he wasn’t doing anything wrong, was going to chew it all up and didn’t want to throw it out and have kids find it. He started on cocaine when he was 15 and now he’s 22. He got out of jail when he was 20 and says coke doesn’t affect him. He is booked and goes to jail.

ep 15: Got A Habit Special Edition

COPS in Texas, Ohio and California Stories include using stop sticks to bring a drunk's high speed chase to an end, a car is pulled over and the passenger arrested for drug possesion and a warrant, and a uniformed officer works together with an undercover unit during a traffic stop involving a vehicle involved in suspected drug activity.

ep 14: Maui Wowie Special Edition

COPS in Las Vegas, NV, Jacksonville, FL, and Maui, Hawaii. Stories include the passenger of a stolen car is tossed out on the street, a driver with a suspended license won't stop for police until he gets home, and in Hawaii, officers spot fields of marijuana from a helicopter.

ep 13: Ho! Ho! Ho! 2

COPS in Nevada, Ohio and California. When Santa Ana, CA, Police Officer Jose Gonzales questions a known prostitute, the woman insists that she is doing nothing wrong and claims that she was only escorting her disabled male acquaintance to a nearby fast food restaurant. Another segment features Deputy Steve Sabers and Corporal Brian Shepard of the Hamilton County, OH, Sheriff's Office, responding to a domestic disturbance. At the scene, a man explains that his ex-wife plans to marry a man she recently met on the internet and move their children out of state.

ep 12: Las Vegas Heat #1 Part 2

ep 11: Las Vegas Heat #1 Part 1

Note: this episode looks nothing like any episode before. It has completely different fonts for the calls, doesn't list the times and they start small and expand outward. (Homicide Investigation) The daytime bartender from Odyssey Pizza calls in that the 70 year old graveyard bartender was found dead when she came to work and the place was robbed. Detective Shelia Huggins takes the case. Crime Scene Investigator Joseph Matvay says he found a herringbone footprint on the victims back and a matching footprint in the bathroom. (Street Patrol) Officer Paul Gasca loves Vegas because it is open 24 hours. His partner Officer Gerard Bello says they are going after a stolen vehicle and are going to get ahead of the pursuit. They find him coming down a curb and give pursuit westbound on Tropicana. then north on Cobolt. They jump out at the MGM and run into the parking garage. The passenger stays with the car, the driver runs through the garage and down the street before Paul catches him. He says not to disrespect him when they cuff him. Officer Larry Symonette kept up with him too. Paul asks him why he ran. He says he was minding his own business coming from a pizza place and they harassed him. He gives him a fake name, so they say they'll give him John Doe and he'll sit in jail for 2 months. His partner gave him up - he's wanted by LAPD for homicide, $1.5 million bail. Back at the homicide investigation Lt. Tom Monahan talks to the press about the homicide. Detective Larry Hanna briefs about the suspect, he has been seen before. Detective Todd Hendrix and Sgt. Mike Thomason are also there. The suspects left behind two beers they brought and a prescription bottle filled the day before. Todd calls the pharmacy so they can come and see the surveillance video. (Homicide Investigation) the pharmacy knows the guy, saw him on the video and have his name and an address. He's a skateboarder with bleach blonde hair. The bartender says a guy named Mario called and Randy AKA Crazy came along with him. They sat at the bar, he was wearing a red shirt and was dirty. Only 3 people were left at closing. (Street Patrol) Paul says people come there from everywhere, the cities’ reputation is amazing. They take the call about a guy who crashed into a dry cleaners and left the car running. They find the car and pull them out at gunpoint. The driver says his friend picked him up and he sat in the car because it was cool. He wasn't driving and didn't steal it. Then he says he was driving it, was asked to picked up the car, but is not sure where he got the car. He was told it was stolen and was supposed to get $150 to drive it to Tuscany. He didn't know it was a big deal even though it was a Mercedes. The owner is called and comes to get the car. The thief asks the owner how he is doing. He is amazed he is asking him and says he'll cut his balls off and to get out of his face. The thief apologizes and wants him to know he wasn't the one who took it. Homicide Investigation (Interview - Person of Interest) They talk to the blonde guy. He says he was going to skate around town and guys hit him up for money. Then they attacked him when he didn't have any and was knocked out all night. His mom picked him up at 4am. Shelia says she doesn't believe his story. He yells for his mom to verify his story. He says he didn't kill anyone, is gay and picks up the phone to call his attorney because they are rude to him. She says if he calls he is a suspect. The witnesses saw tattoos. Mom says Joseph gave the other guy his credit card to a black guy to get food. The black guy bought food and came back. They want to find out where the credit was used. (Homicide Investigation Autopsy) Shelia says the body is a piece of evidence, it'll give a time and cause of death. Severe bruising on both hands shows he fought back, there was a major struggle and he took a massive beating. Todd finds out where they used the card and they go look at the video of it. Officer David Miller is going undercover on robbery decoy detail. Officer Misty Pence watches from above across the street. Officer Nathan Boss is in a car on the street. David is dressed up like a painter, in a messy outfit, with cigarettes, money and acting like he's a drunk Russian. A black guy comes up to him to hit him up for cigarettes, then pickpockets his money. Walking down the street he dumps the money when he spots the cops coming. Misty gives the play by play. Officer Scott Olson makes the arrest, says he has a big rap sheet of theft and battery. (Homicide Investigation) they go to a convenience store and watch a video of the black haired suspect coming in with a skateboard and using the credit card. (Street Patrol) Sgt. Tom "TJ" Jenkins is on foot patrol so he can get closer to the action. He spots a woman squatting, pissing against a crane. She is with a friend and they are both drunk. He says everything they did is on camera, but just gives them a warning. They say they'll go back to the hotel and won't be out again till tomorrow. (Crime Stoppers Hotline - Homicide Investigation) A man called Todd that he knows where Crazy is so he goes to meet him at a diner. The guy says he just met him last night. Crazy admitted he got some pool sticks because he killed a bartender a couple nights ago and stole them. His name is David and he'll give a statement. He says he met him through his friend Randy. They go to where he is and find a guy named Kevin sitting on the curb. They pick him up and he screams that his arms hurt and they are infected as he was just going to the hospital. He lives with Crazy Randy. He just shot up heroin a few minutes ago. Cops ask him where he got the pool cues. He said he found 4 sticks in the alley behind the apartment. He lives in room 20. They go to the room and get Randy, he says he has a big dog inside. They pull him out and his arms are all bloody. Kevin is from Virginia Beach and stole the pills. His shoes match the crime scene, but he is in such bad shape that they have to ambulance him out. (Street Patrol) Tom wants to get the message out to jaywalkers because 60-80 people die a year walking in the street. He spots a drunk guy in the median and goes to check him out before he goes into traffic. He has a beer in each hand. Tom tells him to drop them, but he keeps drinking them. He also has a pile of clothes, some are women’s and they still have the hangers on them. He says they aren't stolen, he just has a fetish for women's clothes. He picked up Tom for jaywalking yesterday and arrested him last week too. He is sweating as they find a 16 oz bottle of Bud in his sock. He also has one stuffed in his crotch that's freezing him. (Homicide Investigation) Shelia found out the killers are hustlers and took advantage of the older man at the bar. (Warrant Search) they go to the apartment and find a bloody tank top, the skateboard, pool cue & case and a red shirt in the trash - the one worn during the crime. (Suspect Booking) They take Kevin’s mug shot with a computer. (Warrant Search) back at HQ they go through the belongings. Crime Scene Analyst Stephanie Smith finds the victims’ wallet in Kevin's backpack with his SS card. (Epilogue) At Kevin's court hearing the judge reads the charges against him. He pleads not guilty, so does Randy. Prosecutors ask for the death penalty. Originally to air 11/19/04 and be called Las Vegas Metro '04

ep 10: Coast to Coast 70

(Fort Worth, TX - 1:33 AM Shots Fired Call) East Division Crime Response Team – Officer Jamey Pinkston and Officer Brett Mills take the call of a man leaving the scene with an AK-47 in a red Ford Expedition. They pull up and the Hispanic man in white jumps out of the rolling vehicle. He runs through back alleys until he’s caught and says, “I didn’t shoot at anyone.” He ran because everyone gets scared by the police. His truck kept going until it crashed into a tree and the gun was loaded. People called the police because they saw him fire 3-4 shots. He says the magazine holds 40 and there are at least 38 bullets inside. Officer Scott McGraw goes to the witness who says the guy shot at him, shot out his cousin's tire and positively ID’s him. Pierce County WA (10:42 PM Traffic Stop) Lakewood – Officer Joe Kolp says decisions are left up to them to make in the field. He pulls over a car with no headlights. The driver tries to get out, his radio is too loud, he panics and freaks that he didn’t turn the headlights on because he has no switch. Officer John Henterly backs him up. His license is suspended, he’s sorry, cries and doesn’t want to go to jail. They cuff and mirandize him since he is so crazy. There are many cereal boxes in the car and he says he was at the game, wasn’t drinking, doesn’t do drugs and has nothing illegal in the car. They give him a field sobriety test following a pen with his eyes. He claims he has a lazy eye and he’s arrested for the suspended license. Philadelphia, PA (7:02 PM Surveillance Sting) 24th District – Sgt. Scott Bradley says drug areas have popped up and they will have officers undercover to catch the buyers. Officer Hayden Smith pulls over a white van and the driver doesn’t understand why. They take him and his passenger out and cuff them. Officer Kenyatta Lee backs him up. They claim they just left work, but find bags of pot on him. He says the stuff in the van is from the job they were working. The guy in back is a dealer, the front 2 are users. The white guy says he’s innocent. They find 2 guys walking away and Miguel and Officer Ronald Scott catch them, but are out of cuffs. Officer Richard Everhart was undercover and bought from them and they swallowed the drugs. The dealer has pants with a special pocket to hide the drugs, but won’t say if he made the pants himself. Supposed to be Trannys Gone Wild - A Florida sheriff's deputy responds to a call and finds a transgender stabbing victim who had been working as a 'stroll girl.' Even in reruns it's listed, but this episode always plays instead, so Trannys doesn't exist.

ep 9: Bad Girls! 6 Special Edition

(Fort Worth, TX - 8:56 PM Officer Assistance Call) East Division – Officer Brett Mills goes to where a woman in a red van is stopped in a parking lot. She is told to get out and she keeps saying, “What did I do?” The van is stolen and she says Ty owns it and he brought it to her to drive it for him. She got out of court today for prostitution, evading arrest and trespassing. They find a crack pipe inside and the male passenger doesn’t know anything. She freaks out, bangs her head against the trunk and says she can’t breathe. They hog tie her and she says, “I’m not going down for this.” Then she screams, “I’m being choked!” Officer Amy Rodriguez ties her hands in the back, she slams her head, says her wrists are bleeding and is taken to jail. Jacksonville, FL – Zone 1 (2:26 AM Burglary in Progress) Officer Terrence Hightower says martial arts keeps him focused. He finds a black guy in the street whose lady stabbed him in the arm. It turns out his lady is Travis – a man who admits he has a penis. They were fighting, he’s a stroller, not a prostitute. He came home and they were doing coke, the guy went to the store, came back and Travis stabbed him. He has scars on his back and both of them are HIV+. The victim says they live together, he went outside to change a tire and keep it real. He then rambles incoherently. He came home at 2am and Travis said he wasn’t going to take it any more and stabbed him. He’s charged with battery. Pierce County WA (1:41 AM Traffic Stop) South Hill Precinct – Deputy Theron Hardesty loves graveyard because he gets to be proactive. He stops a car with no lights on, asks the woman for her license and she says she doesn’t have it. She cries, claims she’s running from her boyfriend, doesn’t know where she is, isn’t from around here and the car isn’t hers – it’s Christina’s. The car was stolen yesterday so he makes her get out and arrests her. She pretends to cry, is scared, claims she loaned her the car 2 days ago, she just came from her sisters’ house and isn’t lying. She wants to call her. She is a suspect in the original theft, Christina is her roommate and she took the car to score some meth. She keeps saying, “I had the car two days.” She stays with her sister in a nearby trailer park and they can check. (Aired instead of #1709. Fox Mistakenly Lists this as Bad Girls 3) #1724.

ep 8: Grand Theft Auto 2 Special Edition

(Pierce County WA - 10:28 PM Pursuit in Progress) Lakewood - Officer Monti Minion and partner Officer Dave Butts pull over and wait for the pursuit of a mini van to pass them. Stop sticks are put out on the freeway, so he exits, turns around, gets a flat and bails out on Union & Mills. A K-9 is called to find the white guy in a white shirt. They go through bushes, a field and yard. K-9 catches him in a bush, he screams, is pulled out, cuffed and mirandized. He wants to talk to an attorney, wants his shoe, is mad the dog bit him, screams he's innocent and denies stealing the van. He only ran because the dog was chasing him. They explain that the dog tracked his scent from the van to here. He thinks that's amazing and has been arrested before for stealing a car. He says the van belongs to his parents, but his dad's on coke and his mom's on heroin so they can't contact them. Las Vegas, NV - Downtown Area Command (4:38 PM Stolen Vehicle Call) Officer Ray Spencer was in Reno and when they had a great call they'd talk about it for 3 days. In Vegas they get calls like that every day. He spots a car with a loose license plate that comes back stolen. The guy pulls over and gets out without incident. Officer Todd Humphrey cuffs and questions him. The ignition is punched out and on the floor with a rag covering the steering wheel. He hasn't been arrested in 7 years, the car is his buddy Steve's and he was just borrowing it to go to the store. He only had the car 30 minutes after picking it up at a 7-11 in the back. His friend traded crack for the car, it's a rock rental, he didn't steal it. At the police station in interview room 3 he says he went to the Peppertree where guys hang out and asked to use the car. The guy told him it was stolen and he used a nail file to start it. He bought chicken and the cop gives it to him and he eats it fast. They have enough evidence to bust him. Pierce County WA - South Hill Precinct (2:13 AM Stolen Vehicle) Officer Theron Hardesty works graveyard from 9pm to 7am. It starts fast, gets slow then allows you to be proactive which is what they are meant to do. He spots a red Porsche on the hot sheet and pulls him over. An ancient long gray bearded biker comes out. He refuses to lie on the dirt and wants to know what's going on. He gets on all fours and another cop is brought in to jump on and cuff him. They put him in the back and ask where he got the car. He got it from J.P. who is selling it to him on payments. He put $1000 down yesterday, but has no receipt. Theron says the Porsche is worth more than $30,000 as it's almost new. He has no title and it was stolen last night. The owner is brought to the scene to ID the guy, but doesn't know him and will gladly testify against him in court. (Fox mistakenly calls this Grand Theft Auto)

ep 7: Tased & Confused Special Edition

COPS in Norwood and Cincinnati, Ohio, and Pierce County, Washington. Stories include an Officer needs assistance call, a domestic dispute in a bar resulting in a tazing, and a warrant is served on a man with a loaded gun, drugs and police equipment in his car.

ep 6: Resisting Arrest 3

Special Edition (Fort Worth, TX - 10:07 PM Suspicious Vehicle) East Division – Officer Sara Stratten likes working there. It’s fish in a barrel, you don’t have to look far to find a crook. She spots a car packed on the wrong side of the street with it’s hi-beams on – probably is stolen. He then drives off and pulls over. The driver gets out, back in, has no license, the passenger has no license either and tries to creep into a nearby house holding a shirt. He eventually comes back, but won’t listen. When she goes to cuff him he runs and is tackled with the help of the cameraman. Backup arrives and puts him in his car. The driver claims he was looking for a house, but couldn’t find it. Sgt. John Ost says the passenger is a parole violator. He explains he doesn’t like being told what to do and when she lifted his shirt up he couldn’t breathe. The driver also is a parole violator. Las Vegas Downtown Area Command (10:18 PM Disturbance Call) Officer Ray Spencer is called to a fight at a wedding chapel. He says there are lots of problems lately with people getting married and ten limos are outside fighting for business when the couple come out. Cheryl is the owner and says a couple from a competing chapel threatened her. A bike cop finds the male suspect, Thomas. He claims his wife is eight months pregnant and people were cursing at them and one punched his wife last week. A BMW was following them so the police stop it and Craig the driver comes out says the suspect made bomb threats to his chapel and has warrants. Thomas is arrested for 440 – unpaid traffic tickets and petty larceny. Ray says feuding wedding chapels fighting for business have gotten out and has been going on for nine months. Jacksonville FL Zone 1 – Officer Farand Lockett did a ride along and got bit by the bug. It is exciting and loves it and would do it for free. (11:01 PM Officer Assistance Call) Police chase someone behind a building and says the second suspect escaped in a white tank top. Farand can’t find the other cops, but finds the suspect. The suspect says he 18 and has ID in his back pocket. He was meeting his friend Ernie and two girls for a booty call. Officer Lisa Coggin says she saw him run from the building and he is all sweaty and his heart is racing. He says he wasn’t in there, well he was in there, but not long. The guy he was meeting is his best friend, the other guy he doesn’t know.

ep 5: Coast to Coast 69

(New Orleans, LA - 6:55 PM Suspicious Activity) 6th District Task Force – Officers Bryan Lewis and Melvin Williams like being in the task force because it’s different. They see three black men on a corner including Larry who are dealing drugs in front of a store. They catch them and Larry struggles and has a crack pipe on him even though he just got out of jail. (8:13 PM Possible Drug Activity) They spot a guy with drugs in his mouth. When they grab him the black guy screams, wails, fights and goes down saying ‘he ain’t got nothin’ bro’ again and again. Melvin says he should take his links when they find clear capsules filled with heroin. He just did five years in jail for coke and is on probation. Jacksonville FL – Zone 3 – Sgt. Elizabeth Kenny says her favorite part of the job is finding stolen cars and returning them. (1:22 AM Domestic Violence Call) Sammy, a Russian man, came home and went to the bathroom and his girlfriend was sleeping with their baby. He tells Officer Bill Nelson he turned the fan off and she attacked him for trying to turn it off. He’s lived in apartment 262 for three years and they talk to the girl and says they have a kid. She says she was drunk and she hit him. They give the baby to her sister to take to her moms’ house. Riverside County CA – Jurupa Valley Station – Deputy Chris Barajas says it’s the most funnest job playing cops and robbers for real. (9:27 PM Suspicious Vehicle) He saw a blue Chevy go off road through a dirt path, over hills and across a canyon. He finally catches up to the Mexican driver Marco who has no shoes and is fidgety. He finds a crack pipe and lots of women’s underwear on the seat. He says it is from all the girls he’s been with and wears them because he’s gay. They find a bag of meth, so he’s going back to jail. He’s crying because he’s been fighting with his wife and that is why he’s out there.

ep 4: Coast to Coast 68

(Jacksonville, FL - 3:18 PM Narcotic Sting Briefing) Narcotics Unit – Sgt. Randy White talks about a buy/bust operation and they call up a dealer whom Detective Linda Morgan has his number from a previous deal. They meet in a park in a blue truck with an ATV in the back. They jump the two black dealers who know nothing about any drugs. One guy starts swallowing the drugs and they get him to spit it out. They call another guy in a red Lumina for crack. He notices the police and drives off, but they block him in after he rams them twice. 8:12 PM – Linda calls another guy and meets him at a liquor store parking lot. The black dealer runs and gets a huge lead across the road and they have to catch him by car. They take his picture and he won’t say a word after selling them $100 worth of crack for $80. Passaic County NJ (4:51 Traffic Stop) Sheriff’s Dept. Cpl. Anthony Damiano tells about the area he covers. He heads to a project to see what is going on. He pulls over a car for missing a stop sign. The white driver says excuse me to Anthony, gets out, has no ID, but has two bags of crack. He’s 29 and from Garfield and has been smoking it for two weeks and just got out of rehab. He been stressed out because of his girlfriend hounding him, his one year old kid, having a crappy job and a bad accident at work today. He is charged with only simple possession and says his girlfriend will kick him out. Jacksonville FL – Zone 4 – Officer Brett Futch says his kids don’t worry about him. He keeps a journal for his daughter who thinks the stories from his job are cool. (9:22 PM Domestic Violence Call) 15 year old Nicole beat up her mom. She wanted to go to a birthday party, but instead was sneaking out with her boyfriend Anthony. She was punching, kicking and biting as her mom tried to get the phone away from her. She called her mom a bitch, slut, tramp and a whore an has marks on her from the struggle. Officer Michelle Terry arrests the daughter, which causes her to cry and say she wasn’t the first one to attack. Nicole says she pushed her down on the bed and wouldn’t let her get up. Brett says her mom has the right to discipline her. Mom says Nicole needs help. AKA Damiano Buy/Bust

ep 3: Coast to Coast 67

(New Orleans, LA - 9:22 PM Disturbance Call) 8th District - Officer Patrick Rose and Leon Benoit III say there is great camaraderie especially when backup is needed. God forbid a 108 officer down, comes in, but you'll see great support. They respond to the call of drunk, violent guy at a bar on Decatur St. A black guy is sitting at a table in a Bob Marley Exodus shirt grooving to the music and being crazy. He won't listen to the police so they spray him in the face with tons of mace to no avail. Officer Blake Munster helps out and make the man drop his glass. He then goes into the bathroom and does karate moves. They spray him again and again and he only gets crazier. Six officers jump him and knock him into a wall, cutting his head open. Officers are choking from the mace as they wash the suspect's face with water, cuff him and take him to a charity hospital. Jacksonville - Zone 5 - Officer Jaime Eason thrives on chasing people, never knows what's next and because of that loves coming to work. (9:32 PM Assistance Call) A guy is driving with his girlfriend and her mom Becky. Mom wants the $40 she owes her and they get out. Becky tries to back up and run them over and chases them into a ditch. Officer George Haake points out skid marks down the road. Becky says she just drove next to her daughter to talk to her. They put Becky in the back of the police car and she is arrested for domestic aggravated assault. Riverside County CA - Jurupa Valley Station - Deputy Chris Barajas says the most important thing is self evaluation. (11:41 PM Fight Call) A father hit his daughter. Ray says some guy came into his yard and tried to slug him so he hit him hard. Chris checks him for weapons and puts him in his car. Mom says Ray attacked her daughter and her neighbor Robin called it in. She is at house #4254 and they go to see her 20 year old daughter. She says she was drinking and Ray attacked her when she went to his house to get some weed. He then pulled her into the house by her hair, tried to give her speed and rape her. She hit him and ran out claiming doesn't do speed and has a three year old son. Deputy Richard Birmingham arrests him. 17th Season Opener. AKA Funny Side of COPS Special Edition.

ep 2: Mardi Gras 2004 Pt 2

(10:23 PM Fight in Progress) 8th District - Officer Patrick Rose and Leon Benoit III patrol looking for pick pockets, drunks and lewd conduct. Watch out for fights and hopefully no one gets hurt.. Two guys are arrested for fighting. One is cut loose and the other is drunk and was just looking for a fight. (10:51 PM Task Force Street Patrol) A guy says a man was trying to grab his sister and he pushed him away. The guy gets arrested for battery since he touched her without permission. A guy from Canada is also arrested for showing his ass. (11:31 PM Fight in Progress) Three guys are fighting in a tiny bar. One guy stuck his hand up a girls' skirt and then hit her boyfriend and his friend started pounding him. They are arrested for assault & battery plus lewd conduct. Before they finish a big black guy started a fight in the club right next to them and gets arrested outside. (11:19 PM Suspicious Activity) A drunk white guy tries to put pills in girls drinks and then get them back to his hotel. (11:52 PM Fight in Progress) A crazy black guy is arrested and starts spitting in cops faces after being thrown out of a bar and banks his head against the walls. (12:01 AM) The crew of blue cleans the streets.

ep 1: Mardi Gras 2004 Pt 1

(7:20 PM Roll Call) Sgt. Al Miller gives the rules about flashing. A man dressed as a pirate flashes his penis and gets arrested. A female impersonator is caught showing it's breasts in front of the club it works at. Dave claims a woman stole $100 from him for beers and started fighting. It takes five cops to arrest him and he is bleeding profusely from his head. (10:43 PM Lewd Conduct) A drunk couple is caught having sex in the street. The guy is from Chicago, so doesn't know better. (10:58 PM Assault Call) A girl spit on a doorman and gets arrested. She did it because she says he was rude and mean to her and can't believe she is going to jail. (11:34 PM Plainclothes Operations) A big fat black guy is caught running a three card monty table. He tries to run and gets caught and lies that he didn't know it was illegal, even though he had a lookout who is also busted. (12:09 AM) A Mexican man with blinking earrings is arrested for peeing in the street. He says he knows his rights. His friend is busted too. 5/15/04

Season 16.
Cops - S16

ep 41: Coast to Coast 66

From Jacksonville, Florida. Police coordinate a sting aimed at street-level drug dealers and an officer in Iowa investigates a domestic complaint involving an assault on a juvenile.

ep 40: Coast to Coast 65

When Officer Tom Hemsley of the Jacksonville, FL, Sheriff's Office attempts a routine traffic stop, the driver of the car refuses to yield and stops just long enough for the passengers to flee. The suspect then leads Officer Hemsley on a high-speed pursuit on several busy highways. After the driver loses control of the vehicle and crashes into a guardrail, he bails out of the vehicle, jumps off an overpass and disappears into the night. Officer Hemsley tries to give chase, but sustains a head injury when he jumps off the overpass and is transported to an area hospital. Another segment features Officer Jonathan Acosta of the Maui County, HI, Police Department, investigating a suspicious van parked in front of the residence of a known drug dealer. The driver and passenger are ordered from the vehicle and questioned. After learning about the female's previous drug-related arrests, Officer Acosta suspects that her backpack may contain crystal methamphetamine and calls for the K-9 unit.

ep 39: Coast to Coast 64

Jacksonville, FL - Officer Dan Perrotti assists along with a K9 to catch a robber fleeing on a bicycle. Palm Beach County, FL - Deputy Jeff Lower checks a car parked next to a closed business that's been broken into before. Albuquerque, NM - Officer John Corvino checks a parked car that neighbours reported in an area known for drug activity.

ep 38: Coast to Coast 63

Officers respond to a father's call for help and must use a taser gun to subdue his combative and mentally ill son.

ep 37: Coast to Coast 62

When Sgt. Valentino Demps of the Jacksonville, FL, Sheriff's Office supervises a buy-bust sting designed to capture unsuspecting drug dealers in an area known for high drug activity, a suspect takes off on foot after completing a drug deal with undercover agents, and another sting features a suspect quickly taken into custody after he sells drugs to the undercover agent. Additionally, Officer Joe Luiz and Officer Troy Pahlke of the Portland, OR, Police Bureau investigate a dispute between a tow truck operator and a vehicle owner. At the scene, the tow truck operator informs the officers that he was in the process of removing a vehicle from a private parking lot, while the vehicle's owner claims that his girlfriend, an exotic dancer, has to perform lap dances in order to generate the money to pay the release fee. To the dancer's dismay, the tow truck operators don't wait for her to complete her routine and promptly tow away the vehicle.

ep 36: Bad Girls 2

Spokane, WA - Officer Daniel Waters responds with other officers to a shoplifting call inside a 7-Eleven convenience store. Jacksonville, FL - Officer Jamie Eason pulls over a car for a traffic infraction after it was seen leaving a know drug house. Philadelphia, PA - Officer William Toughill respond to a domestic disturbance at an apartment involving a woman who slashed another with a knife.

ep 35: Hide 'n' Seek

Jacksonville, FL - Officer Lance Whitaker investigates a suspicious parked car with two people inside, and one resists arrest by running away before he can be put in the patrol car. Maui, HI - Officer Nicholas Krau assists with a vehicle refusing to stop leading to a foot chase in the bush. Maricopa County, AZ - Deputy J. Gilchrist pursues a black motorcycle that resembles one stolen earlier.

ep 34: Caught Red Handed: 15 Greatest Takedowns Part 2

ep 33: Caught Red Handed: 15 Greatest Takedowns Part 1

ep 32: Drug Busts Special Edition

Passaic County, NJ - Corporal Anthony Damiano pulls over a car seen leaving a known drug area, and persuades the two occupants to admit buying heroin. Riverside County, CA - Deputy Matthew Sims stops to investigate a car without working tail lights, and another officer notices one of the three occupants smells like marijuana. Wichita, KS - Officer Javier Guete sees a car at a known drug house and waits until it leaves before stopping the driver for having a cracked windshield.

ep 31: Coast to Coast 61

ep 30: Coast to Coast 60

Portland, OR - Officer Craig Mendenhall assists officers involved in a foot chase including an officer on a horse. Palm Springs, CA - Officer Sam Steepleton assists another officer in a traffic stop involving a man wanted for burglarizing vending machines. Wichita, KS - Officer Aaron Gillespie responds to a domestic disturbance where a father won't let his son into the house.

ep 29: Coast to Coast 59

Palm Beach County, FL - Deputy Grant Henderson works with undercover officers in a drug sting. Spokane, WA - Officer Charles J. Pavlischak assists in a domestic disturbance call where they kick open the front door of a house to arrest the man inside. Des Moines, IA - Officer Joe Morgan keeps a turkey sandwich ready to go on his dashboard, and gets his car stuck on railroad tracks while pursuing a motorcycle.

ep 28: Coast to Coast 58

ep 27: Coast to Coast 57

Spokane, WA - Officer Rob Boothe pulls over a tattooed man who gets tasered when it appears he's going to fight the smaller officers. Portland, OR - Officer Tim Manzella arrests a man on a bicycle who flees after they observe him with a known prostitute. Wichita, KS - Officer Eric Smith responds to a domestic dispute between a father and son at a rural trailer home.

ep 26: Coast to Coast 56

Philadelphia, PA - Officer Neil Carr chases a young man on a bicycle who swallows his drugs. Spokane, WA - Officer Brian Eckersley responds to a call where a business owner sits on a rottweiler dog to keep it from biting anyone. Des Moines, IA - Officer Mike Moody observes a biker outside a bar in an altercation with his girlfriend.

ep 25: Resisting Arrest 2

ep 24: Coast to Coast 54

From Passaic County, New Jersey: Police call in a K-9 unit to search for narcotics after a foot chase. From Witchia, Kansas: Two suspicious people are sitting in a car in front of an abandoned house. One is arrested for possesion of drug paraphernalia. From Palm Beach County, Florida: An officer arrests a man for domestic battery.

ep 23: Guns & Drugs Special Edition

Jacksonville, FL - Officer Frank Canaday finds a vehicle traveling on the freeway that escaped from a chase in another police zone. Whittier, CA - Officer David Elizarraras searches for a driver that escaped on foot from another officer. Maui, HI - Officer Cliffor Pacheco pulls a van over, but lets the driver go when someone reports an assault with a pipe close by.

ep 22: Armed & Dangerous

Jacksonville, FL - Officer Tom Hemsley responds to a shots fired call to find a body on the floor of a trailer home. Spokane, WA - Officer Jason Uberuaga assists officers on a warrant call where they send a K9 into the basement of a house. Pierce County, WA - Deputy Erik Clarkson attempts to perform a traffic stop on a Chevrolet El Camino but the driver shoots at him and refuses to pull over.

ep 21: Stupid Criminals 2

Passaic County, NJ - Corporal Anthony Damiano busts the same person for second time in a week for buying drugs. Albuquerque , NM - Officer John Guilmette responds to a trespassing call to find a man hiding under a mattress. Wichita, KS - Officer Justin McCluskey assists another officer to catch a bike thief.

ep 20: Love Hurts Part 2

ep 19: Love Hurts Part 1

ep 18: War on Drugs 2

ep 17: War on Drugs 1

Passaic County, NJ - Officer Jason DeGroat assist another officer in a foot pursuit. Maui, HI - Officer Nicholas Krau performs a traffic stop where the driver runs away and abandons his vehicle with crystal meth inside. Passaic County, NJ - Corporal Joe Petrocelli arrests a male observed buying drugs in the housing projects in Paterson.

ep 16: Coast to Coast 55

Passaic County, NJ - Detective Derin Catli chases three suspects in a Honda Civic that crashes into a parked car. Palm Beach County, FL - Deputy Jeff Lower pursues a vehicle reported stolen by the driver's mother. Jacksonville, FL - Sergeant John Anderson organizes a prostitution sting.

ep 15: Foolish Criminals Special Edition

ep 14: Coast to Coast 53

Palm Beach County, FL - Deputy James Tacktikos arrests a shirtless man who threatens to sue. Wichita, KS - Officer Chad Cornish interviews a shirtless man accused of fighting with his neighbours. Indio, CA - Sergeant Jeff Hicks takes female parolee into custody for domestic violence against her girlfriend.

ep 13: Coast to Coast 52

ep 12: Coast to Coast 51

ep 11: Ho Ho Ho Special Edition

Sgt. R. Ragili of the Palm Beach, FL, County Sheriff's Office conducts a reverse-prostitution sting designed to capture suspected ""johns."" Deputy Lisa Whiddon poses as prostitute in an attempt to attract interested clients. The first suspicious ""john"" is taken into custody after offering Deputy Whiddon $10 for oral sex.

ep 10: Coast to Coast 50

ep 9: Coast to Coast 49

ep 8: Bad Girls! 4 Special Edition

ep 7: Jersey Cop Special Edition

Cpl. Damiano of New Jersey's Passaic County Sheriff's Department detains a suspicious male he saw sidestep into a nearby apartment building.

ep 6: Resisting Arrest 1

ep 5: Naked Cops 2

Portland, OR - Officer Jason Preston responds to a naked man riding a bike. Des Moines, IA - Officer Michael Coughlin catches a tattooed man naked in the back of an SUV. Des Moines, IA - Officer Lori Wilson arrests a naked bleeding man who tries to escape by breaking through a fence.

ep 4: Rescues 2 Special Edition

Portland, OR - Suicidal man climbs a construction crane. Maricopa County, AZ - Deputy Brandon Uptain arrests a man beating a woman. San Bernardino County, CA - Deputy Hank Valencia attends the rescue of a man stranded on a truck in a river.

ep 3: Rescues 1 Special Edition

ep 2: Bad Girls - Mardi Gras

ep 1: Mardi Gras 2003

Season 15.
Cops - S15

ep 36: Coast to Coast 31

ep 35: Coast to Coast 48

ep 34: Coast to Coast 47

ep 33: Coast to Coast 46

ep 32: Coast to Coast 45

ep 31: Coast to Coast 44

ep 30: Coast to Coast 42

ep 29: Drug Enforcement Special Edition

ep 28: Guns Special Edition

ep 27: Coast to Coast 43

ep 26: Coast to Coast 41

ep 25: Coast to Coast 40

ep 24: Coast to Coast 39

ep 23: Coast to Coast 37

ep 22: Coast to Coast 36

ep 21: Coast to Coast 35

ep 20: Coast to Coast 34

ep 19: Coast to Coast 33

ep 18: Stun Gun Special Edition

ep 17: Domestic Disturbance Special Edition

ep 16: Bad Girls! 2 Special Edition

ep 15: Coast to Coast 29

Stories in COPS - Coast To Coast Episode 1508 include an officer is forced to shoot a suspect in the leg and a suspect unknowingly picks up a transvestite in Las Vegas.

ep 14: Coast to Coast 28

ep 13: Coast to Coast 27

ep 12: Coast to Coast 25

ep 11: Coast to Coast 26

ep 10: Bad Girls! 1 Special Edition

ep 9: Coast to Coast 32

ep 8: Coast to Coast 30

ep 7: Coast to Coast 38

ep 6: Shots Fired Special Edition

ep 5: Kids in Peril Special Edition

ep 4: Grand Theft Auto 1 Special Edition

ep 3: Mardi Gras 2002 2

ep 2: Mardi Gras 2002 1

ep 1: Coco the Clown

Season 14.
Cops - S14

ep 36: Coast to Coast 24

(Fort Worth, TX - 12:58 AM Car Pursuit) East Division - Officer Brian Clark enjoys working the midnight shift. When the call load goes down he can be more proactive and it looks for things. The shift works out because when he's going home his 2 and 4 year old are waking up so he can play with them. Fortunately for his son and daughter they got his wife's good looks and not his chiseled features. A car runs a stop sign at Ave K and he chases him until he bails at Ave L. They get out, but don't go far and he holds two Mexican men at gunpoint and tells them to get on the ground. The passenger has trouble listening, the driver doesn't come out and another passenger ran away. A woman comes out of the house they pulled into and wants to know what's going on. Brian tells them they ran from the police. The driver says he ran because he didn't want his father's car to get towed and he doesn't have a license. Brian says it will get towed now and all he would've gotten was a ticket. The guy in the orange pants lives there, the driver doesn't. He's been to jail before and says the car isn't stolen and he almost wiped out on the last turn. The new law in Texas is that if you run from the police it's a felony. They find a Coke can filled with paint in the car and the driver says he knows the paint is bad, he's not in a gang and knew better than to run. San Bernardino, CA (5:57 AM Traffic Stop) Deputy Phil Dupper works in the unincorporated part of town where there are no lights, two people on horses and lots of yards on the streets. He pulls over a bashes up, dirty truck for not having a license plate light. He says he lives right there and has no license. Phil wants him to take it easy. Fred is a white guy with a purple doorag who gets all wiry when he gets out. He cuffs him and searches him. He asks him why he's doing this, his son is probably watching him. He says he did nothing wrong, has nothing, but he finds speed on him. He says he's working on getting his license and he hasn't had a license for 10 years. His truck is dirty from working. He finds a bit of weed in the truck. Phil finds it interesting that Fred has a D.A.R.E. shirt on since he’s sending the wrong message. The Sgt. backs him up. Fred can't believe he is getting arrested, he did nothing wrong. Phil asks about the shirt, he says it's a hand me down shirt he uses for work, he's a bricklayer, he doesn't know. He's been using for a few years, trying to quit. Tampa, FL (11:55 PM Suspicious Vehicle) District 2 - Cpl Todd Lunge talks about a call he once took for a domestic with several brothers having a party. One had a bat and he screamed, threw the bat down, it hit the ground, bounced back up and hit him in the head knocking him out, so he was easy to arrest. He spots a red pick up truck parked in a known drug area. He pulls up and there is a woman in a designer bowler hat sleeping on the front seat. A window is open and a door is unlocked so he opens it and shakes her. She says let go, asks what he's doing and says she's fine. He asks if she knows who he is. She says an officer of the law and she was sleeping and doesn't know if there are drugs in there. A guy was giving her a ride home and she fell asleep. Todd spots a Brillo pad and she says nothing in the truck is hers even though there's a pocketbook with woman's clothes and gold shoes. She says it's not hers. Backup arrives and he says it's Signal 10 and puts her in the back of his car. The guy she was with is a black guy with a mustache and no name. In the bag he finds a prescription bottle with her name on it and cocaine inside. He also finds a crack pipe. Todd goes back and reads her rights. The truck is stolen and she says the prescription is not hers and she doesn't have a crack pipe. He says right, he has it now and he'll dump her clothes since they aren't hers. They can't prove she stole the truck, so she'll get trespassing. #1433. 9/21/02

ep 35: Extreme Cops

(Houston, TX - 12:32 AM Car Pursuit) Police officers face life-threatening situations; dangerous car chases; officers detonate grenades during a drug raid. #1436. 9/14/02

ep 34: Too Hot for Fox Special Edition

(Atlanta, GA - 4:07 PM Car Pursuit) Zone 3 - Officer Michel Centola responds to an unmarked car that needs his marked car in a pursuit and the suspect almost hit him. An unmarked unit chases a dangerous driver; a biting woman says she is a vampire; a woman removes her clothing and jumps into a public fountain; an officer questions a transvestite. Las Vegas, NV from #340/Clark County/Sacramento, CA/Forth Worth, TX/Kodiak, AK/San Bernardino, CA. Reruns as Too Hot for Television on other channels or Outrageous Calls. #1435. 4/27/02

ep 33: Naked Cops 1 Special Edition

(Atlanta, GA - 3:37 AM Car Pursuit) Zone 3 - Officer Greg Dabny spots a car with no tail light and goes to pull him over and he runs. Turns out the black male driver with no pants on abducted a young black woman in a short silver dress off the street at gunpoint and forced her into his car to give him a blow job. Cops chase him and he flips the car over a fence and she falls out and has bloody knees. An officer chases a half-naked driver; a nude man breaks into a school; a nude runs through a residential neighborhood; officers order nude sunbathers to cover up; nudity at a Mardi Gras party. Cleveland, OH/Las Vegas, NV/Kansas City, KS/Jackson Co #1434. 4/27/02

ep 32: Coast to Coast 23

ep 31: Coast to Coast 22

(Palm Beach County FL - 1:42 AM Suspicious Activity) District 3 - Officer Phyllis Kearney wanted to get into law enforcement in Ireland, but the economy was pretty bad so she had to do it here. There is such a difference between Irish cops. They call them gardy. They don't carry guns unless they are in a special branch So when she came here and carried a gun her mother freaked out. She isn't used to it. When she visited she was pretty worried, but saw the people she worked with and was content. She comes upon two women, a blonde helping a brunette who is on the ground. She is bruised on the head and says her husband hit her with a bat during an argument. She swears she will kill him when she gets a hold of him; officers spot a car being driven backward down a one-way street. San Bernardino CA/Fort Worth TX #1431. 4/27/02

ep 30: Palm Beach County, FL 18

ep 29: Palm Beach County, FL 17

ep 28: Coast to Coast 21

(Tampa, FL - 3:41 AM Burglary in Progress) District 2 - MPO Robert Newberry decided to get into law enforcement when he was five. He was working at a racetrack that his dad was part owner of and one day his dad saved him from a wild race car making all this noise and he took off running and he grabbed him and he always looked up to him for that. Two black men were seen trying to steal tires off a car in a dealership on the main road. They find one hiding under a red car as the K9 looks for the second one. They all run down the road and catch him in a parking lot. The guy screams, wails and cried to god he didn't do it and only ran because he was scared. He said he needed the money or else they would kill him, but he doesn't know them and was just holding the tools. Ft. Worth, TX (4:07 PM Suspicious Activity) Officer J.R. Mendoza talks about how he is still going to college. He sees a car sitting alone under a bridge alone in a known drug area. He goes above it on the overpass and looks down and sees a woman in a blue pickup truck using a needle. He and Maldanado go down and bust her and her husband Barnet of three years is the driver. She says her shoulder is injured, she is scared and hasn't ever been cuffed before. They find crack and he is getting arrested and she cries, pleads and says it is hers. San Bernardino - Two men drive a stolen car to a liquor store. The fat guy wants a discount on half a pint of Vodka because it is his birthday. He says he knows the owner Charlie, but he isn't there. The cashier won't do it and he gets belligerent. The cops talk to him and find out he is on parole and now he can go back to jail for Christmas. #1430. 4/6/02

ep 27: Palm Beach County, FL 16

In Palm Beach, Florida, a man threatens to kill people at an car rental company when they refuse to rent him a car and a driver throws something out a vehicle window that draws suspicion.

ep 26: Palm Beach County, FL 15

From Palm Beach, Florida. Police chase a suspicious man who was loitering in a parking lot and get called to a domestic dispute at a mobile-home park.

ep 25: Coast to Coast 20

523 Coast to Coast 20 (Tampa, FL - 11:14 PM Man with a gun call) 911 Communication Center - A call comes in to 911 by a black woman screaming that a man is after her with a gun and hangs up. District 2 - Officer Jason Tkach takes the call to the 1600 block at River Cove. Before she can say where she is the phone goes dead. Tire thieves; a car contains crack cocaine; liquor-store incident. Ft. Worth TX/Tampa FL #1429. 3/16/02

ep 24: Coast to Coast 19

From Des Moines, Iowa: A vehicle pursuit involving a driver who honks repeatedly while holding a cross out the window. From Fort Worth, Texas: Officers stop a woman leaving a known drug house. From Fort Worth, Texas: Two cars drag race right in front of an officer.

ep 23: Coast to Coast 18

(Tampa, FL - 12:02 AM Traffic Stop) Hillsborough County, FL - Officer White arrests a suspect operating a vehicle with a suspended license who admits to having consumed a few drinks earlier that day. Fort Worth, TX - Officer Genualdo questions a victim who claims that a suspect put a knife to her neck, robbed her of money and fled the scene. Later, a police helicopter is dispatched to investigate when a man fitting the suspect's description is spotted running across a nearby river. Tampa, FL - Officer Dennison searches. #1426. 3/2/02

ep 22: Coast to Coast 17

(Tampa, FL - 1:55 AM Burglary in Progress) District 2 - Officer David Dennison says his dad was a cop for 29 years, still is and he worked graveyard too and he always wanted to follow in his footsteps. He is dispatched to investigate a burglary-in-progress at a local warehouse filled with expensive merchandise. In San Bernardino, CA, Officers Alcala and Arca search for a 77-year-old suspect who kicked in the door of a residence and threatened the occupants with a large knife. In Fort Worth, TX, Officers Tate and Eddleman stop a driver operating a car with an expired registration and, upon searching the vehicle discover a shotgun, drugs and more. #1427. 2/23/02

ep 21: Coast to Coast 16

(Fort Worth, TX - 4:16 PM Stolen Vehicle Call) North Division - Officer W.E. Spakes has been there 3 years in NPD2 Baker District. It's primarily a Hispanic community, a barrio. The biggest problem is communication since he doesn't speak Spanish well. He is Baker 14 and goes to a stolen car pursuit that lead to a crash on 28th and Angle in a residential area. The car is the wrong way in the bushes, the front tire is gone, the hood and front end is wrecked and there is smoke coming from the engine. Officer Ernesto Flores caught the black passenger in a red shirt soon after. The Mexican driver in the yellow shirt and blue jeans is missing. They find him in a fetal position next to the car in the bushes. W.E. gives him a sternum rub which makes him move. He is OK. They brief Sgt. William Hernandez on the scene afterwards. Des Moines, AI (8:55 PM Domestic Disturbance Call) 3rd Watch - Officer John Poplawski is Polish & Spanish and people wonder where he got his name. It works out because he is able to communicate with the community. Officer Kenneth Brown is his partner. They speak with a woman who claims her daughter's intoxicated boyfriend damaged a mailbox and then fled the scene. In Chattanooga, TN, Officer Willoughby apprehends a driver who ignored instructions to pull over. #1425. 2/23/02

ep 20: Coast to Coast 15

(Fort Worth, TX - 9:08 PM Suspicious Activity) East Division - Officer J.R. Mendoza is very proud of being a cop, it's a family tradition with sever members including his father, a few uncles, younger cousin and brother are cops. He loves the city, gotten a lot in return. His partner Officer Antonio Maldonaldo II says they are going to a known drug house and they are going to watch it and see if they can catch any deals. He goes out with binoculars to watch. They draw their weapons and order a suspect to exit his vehicle after they observe him participate in an drug transaction. In Des Moines, IA Officer Wilson is dispatched to investigate a domestic dispute and receives a report that two suspects are armed with a knife and a pair of scissors. In Fort Worth, TX Officers Mendoza and Nolan search a driver's vehicle after observing the occupants leaving a house used for drug dealing. #1424. 2/16/02

ep 19: Coast to Coast 14

(Fort Worth, TX - 11:02 PM Roll Call) East Division - Sgt. Phillip South talks about a string of home invasion where 4-5 black males hit Vietnamese residences between 10p - 1am, no description of people or vehicles. There MO is to kick in the front door, 4 go in and 1 looks out. They take TVs, VCRs and cash. In Fort Worth, Texas, Officer Jacoby helps apprehend the driver of a stolen vehicle and, upon searching the suspect, recovers several distinct tools associated with professional car thieves. In Des Moines, IA, Officer Cornwell stops a suspect for a routine traffic violation and finds a biohazard container filled with syringes and methampehtamine inside his van. In Chattanooga, TN, the Street Crimes Unit arrests several suspected drug dealers during a buy-bust operation. #1423. 2/9/02

ep 18: Coast to Coast 13

COPS Coast To Coast. Officer's chase through a neighborhood, deal with an intoxicated suspect and a suspect bails out of his car during a routine traffic stop.

ep 17: Coast to Coast 12

(Fort Worth, TX - 11:04 PM Stolen Vehicle) East Division - Officer Brian Clark says one of the useful tools they have are K-9 unit and a helicopter called Air One. It's piloted by a civilian and an officer observer. They get involved in pursuits and missing persons. It has a several million candle power light called 'Night Sun' and a Fleer system that can see heat sources on the ground and can tell a dog from a person, pretty efficient. He follows a car involved in a robbery with 3 people going east on Ave I, North on South Caller. He gives chase when a gang member driving a stolen vehicle refuses to pull off the road and later he gives chase when the suspect and his passenger bail out of the car and flee on foot. In Des Moines, IA, Officers Moody and Gallardo are called to a local bar where they learn that a suspect threw a drink at a woman when she refused to dance with him, which triggered a fight between the suspect and the woman's boyfriend. Officers answer a call at a Chattanooga, TN bar. #1422. 1/26/02

ep 16: Coast to Coast 11

(Chattanooga, TN - 9:28 PM Robbery Call) Fox Station - Officer Phillip McClain was born and raised there and it is one of the most beautiful cities in the country. Like most cities they have their problems. The biggest thing that keeps him there is that he wants to factor himself in the equation of ridding the city of some of its' criminal element. McClain responds to a robbery report at a local motel, and upon entering the nervous suspect's room discovers bags of crack cocaine stuffed in the bathroom ceiling vent. In Fort Worth, TX, Officer Maldonaldo orders a a driver to pull off the road after the man was observed leaving a known drug house. In Des Moines, IA - Officer Morgan assists a father whose five-year-old son suddenly ran out of the house and disappeared into the neighborhood. #1419. 1/19/02

ep 15: Coast to Coast 10

COPS Coast To Coast. Suspects abandon a car and flee into a residential area, a driver admits to drinking and officers investigate an attempted burglary.

ep 14: Palm Beach County, FL 14

ep 13: Palm Beach County, FL 13

ep 12: Coast to Coast 9

(Fort Worth, TX - 10:48 PM Traffic Stop) East Division - Officer Michael Martinez has worked in four departments in the zero tolerance units with good people. He questions two male suspects and a prostitute riding in the same car, and when the driver suddenly pulls away, Martinez gives chase and observes as the male suspects abandon the woman on a dangerous stretch of the interstate. In Chattanooga, Tennessee, Officer Pendygraft stops and questions a suspect who claims he was on his way to a friend's house, but during a routine search, the officer uncovers a large quantity of marijuana crammed into the suspect's pants. #1418. 11/31/01

ep 11: Palm Beach County, FL 12

ep 10: Coast to Coast 8

(Atlanta, GA - 5:05 AM Traffic Stop) Zone 1 - Officer Frank Huff says police are like regular people just doing their jobs. He then pursues a white Dodge Durango seen in a known drug area. Officer Huff pursues a driver who eventually loses control of his vehicle and slams into a wall. In Chattanooga, Tennessee, Officer Willoughby questions a woman with a large plug of hair missing from the back of her head, which she she claims was the result of being assaulted by a man she met at an AA meeting. In Des Moines, Iowa, Officer Curtis loses sight of a fleeing suspect, and with the help of a witness, discovers the man relieving himself in a public port-a-potty. #1417. 11/24/01

ep 9: Coast to Coast 7

(Chattanooga, TN - 6:40 PM Stolen Vehicle) Fox Station - Officer Christopher Smith says his uncle was a police chief which inspired him. His partner Officer David Holloway wanted to be a cop since he was age five. He wants to be the best cop he can be, help people and catch bad guys. They observe as the driver of a stolen vehicle crashes into the side of a house. In Fort Worth, Texas, Officer Eddleman happens upon a fire at a local motel, a blaze later determined to be the work of an arsonist. In Des Moines, Iowa, Officer Cornwell gives chase when a speeding motorcyclist ditches his vehicle and flees on foot. #1416. 11/17/01

ep 8: Coast to Coast 2

A naked man is covered in blood, police find a nude couple in a truck bed and officers are involved in a high-speed chase.

ep 7: Coast to Coast 6

Stories include a suspicious odor comimg from a car window, a domestic dispute and an undercover sting.

ep 6: Coast to Coast 5

(Chattanooga, TN - 2:01 AM Man with a Gun) Fox Station - Officer Jonathan Chambers says whatever happens at work stays at work. He talks to his wife briefly and gives her the highlights because she's interested in what happens and leaves it at that, otherwise it'll drive him crazy. He responds to a man-with-a-gun call, and later apprehends a suspect who attempted to sell stolen property. In Des Moines, IA, Officers Morgan and Helle question two brothers who were involved in a fistfight. In Atlanta, GA, Officer Cotter interviews a woman who claims that her boyfriend allegedly punched her in the mouth while she was walking down the street. #1414. 9/29/01

ep 5: Coast to Coast 4

Police take part in what turns out to be a dangerous pursuit, officers get called to a domestic dispute and police spot a suspicious vehicle.

ep 4: Coast to Coast 3

(Des Moines, IA - 8:18 PM Assistance Call) 3rd Watch - Officer Joe Morgan has been there eleven years and likes the city because it is small, but not too small, there is still lots to do. An off duty cop is in a foot pursuit. Pursuit; domestic disturbance; car chase. Chattanooga TN/Atlanta, GA #1412. 9/15/01

ep 3: Coast to Coast 1

(Des Moines, IA - 9:22 PM Fight Call)

ep 2: Atlanta, GA 12

ep 1: Palm Beach County, FL 11

Season 13.
Cops - S13

ep 40: Mesa, AZ 2

ep 39: Mesa, AZ 1

ep 38: Arizona 10

From Arizona, a fleeing motorist crashes into a ditch, officers question a man who says his girlfriend was destroying his house and a woman says her ex-boyfriend beat her.

ep 37: Arizona 9

In Arizona, police investigate a carjacking, a burglary and a stolen vehicle.

ep 36: Pierce County, WA 36

ep 35: Arizona 8

ep 34: Pierce County, WA 35

ep 33: Arizona 7

ep 32: Pierce County, WA 34

ep 31: Pierce County, WA 33

From the Seattle/Tacoma, Washington area. A speeding truck forces another vehicle off the road, officers respond to a domestic call and officers discover a corpse.

ep 30: Pierce County, WA 32

ep 29: Pierce County, WA 31

ep 28: Pierce County, WA 30

ep 27: Pierce County, WA 29

ep 26: Pierce County, WA 28

ep 25: Animals in Danger

ep 24: Hot Pursuits

ep 23: Stupid Criminals

ep 22: New Jersey 8

ep 21: New Jersey 7

ep 20: New Jersey 6

ep 19: New Jersey 5

ep 18: Pierce County, WA 27

From the Seattle/Tacoma, Washington area. Police are involved in a high-speed chase, officers apprehend a suspect in front of his family and officers track an armed man.

ep 17: Caught in the Act

ep 16: Jacksonville, FL 11

ep 15: Jacksonville, FL 10

In Jacksonville, Florida, police try to link a gun to a suspect, a man says his uncle stabbed him with the knife he gave him as a gift and a man says his daughter skipped school and smoked marijuana.

ep 14: Jacksonville, FL 9

In Jacksonville, Florida, officers search for missing marijuana, a man says his girlfriend's father damaged his belongings and a man denies assaulting a woman.

ep 13: Jacksonville, FL 8

From Jacksonville, Florida. A neighborhood resident complains of male prostitution and officers remove a snake from a woman's home.

ep 12: Jacksonville, FL 7

From Jacksonville, Florida. Stories include officers with a drug dealer, a stolen vehicle and a burglary.

ep 11: Pierce County, WA 26

From the Seattle/Tacoma, Washington area. A pursuit crosses several county lines and officers pursue a white minivan.

ep 10: Pierce County, WA 25

From the Seattle/Tacoma, Washington area. A suspect eludes authorities and a suspect carries intravenous syringes.

ep 9: Pierce County, WA 24

ep 8: Pierce County, WA 23

ep 7: Pierce County, WA 22

ep 6: Jacksonville, FL 6

ep 5: Jacksonville, FL 5

ep 4: Jacksonville, FL 4

ep 3: Jacksonville, FL 3

ep 2: Jacksonville, FL 2

ep 1: Jacksonville, FL 1

Season 12.
Cops - S12

ep 36: Albuquerque, NM 21

From Albuquerque, New Mexico. A prostitute solicits an undercover officer, stolen video tapes are investigated, a person is busted for heroin possession and someone is charged with filing a false report.

ep 35: Albuquerque, NM 20

ep 34: Albuquerque, NM 19

ep 33: Albuquerque, NM 18

Albuquerque, NM - Seargent Clarence G. Davis works a sting operation to arrest prostitutes. Pierce County, WA - Deputy Jeff Alwine arrests a man in a parking lot who stole lottery tickets. Las Vegas, NV - Officer Mike Quick organizes a bike sting.

ep 32: Albuquerque, NM 17

ep 31: Albuquerque, NM 16

Albuquerque, NM - K9 unit Officer Rick Garcia commands a man with a knife to get down on the floor. Officer Duffy Ryan and Officer Troy Weekley find two men sitting in a car while patrolling and discover one is carrying a gun. Seargent Clarence G. Davis runs a sting with police posing undercover as band members.

ep 30: Albuquerque, NM 15

Albuquerque, NM - Seargent Jeffery Ferner assists other officers in stopping a truck observed leaving a known drug house. Officer Tom Sholtis checks on an abandoned apartment that neighbours say is being used to sell drugs. Officer Timothy Gonterman responds to a disturbance with three juveniles trying to pass counterfeit money at a convenience store.

ep 29: Fort Worth, TX 29

ep 28: Albuquerque, NM 14

From Albuquerque, New Mexico. Suspicious suspects in an automobile, theft of a cross-dresser's purse and cake is thrown in a woman's face.

ep 27: Fort Worth, TX 28

ep 26: Fort Worth, TX 27

ep 25: Fort Worth, TX 26

ep 24: Fort Worth, TX 25

From Fort Worth, Texas. A man almost runs down officers, a woman pleads not to go to jail and a man hides marijuana in a Bible.

ep 23: Albuquerque, NM 13

Albuquerque, NM - Deputy Leonard Armijo chases a car with occupants that shot at a police. Officer Gary Barboa visits an emotionally distraught woman who called 911. Officer Gary Barboa responds to a disturbance at a motel where they find a man being held down and tied up.

ep 22: Albuquerque, NM 12

Albuquerque, NM - Officer James Badway responds to a 911 hang up call from a known eccentric lady. Officer Michael Riley assists a bicycle officer in the pursuit of a man on another bicycle. Officer Michael Riley goes to a motel where a man was arguing with a woman contemplating prostitution.

ep 21: Fort Worth, TX 24

From Fort Worth, Texas. Police stake-out car thieves, see an alleged drug deal in progress and a man fights with his mother's elderly boyfriend.

ep 20: Albuquerque, NM 11

ep 19: Albuquerque, NM 10

ep 18: Fort Worth, TX 23

ep 17: Fort Worth, TX 22

ep 16: Indianapolis, IN 15

ep 15: Indianapolis, IN 9

Indianapolis, IN - Officer Andrew Stradling helps a man who is slow to cooperate with paramedics after being shot in the chest by his brother. Marion County, IN - Deputy Dave Whitesell gets called to a trailer park where a fight between two girls escalates to the point parents become involved. Marion County, IN - Deputy Mark Myler goes to a house where a woman's seven year old boy has locked her out and won't let her in.

ep 14: Fort Worth, TX 21

Fort Worth, TX - Officer Jim Grow arrests a young woman who stole a man's car from a convenience store earlier in the day. Officer Antonio Maldonado II meets a woman who wants her twenty dollars back when she didn't receive the illegal drugs she paid for. Officer Ruben Hernandez pulls over a car that almost hit him after failing to obey a stop sign.

ep 13: Indianapolis, IN 14

From Indianapolis, Indiana. A fleeing suspect leaves marijuana in the car, a driver crashes into a telephone pole and a foul-mouthed suspect quarrels with a landlord and harasses his tenant.

ep 12: Indianapolis, IN 13

Indianapolis, IN - Officer Jeff Viewegh responds to a robbery in progress at a gas station. Marion County, IN - Deputy Mark Myler responds to a domestic dispute between a mother and a daughter who is suspected of taking drugs. Indianapolis, IN - Officer Julie Dutrieux helps serve a search warrant with narcotics detectives.

ep 11: Fort Worth, TX 19

From Fort Worth, Texas: A man is armed with an assault rifle, a domextic dispute between a husband and wife and a domestic disturbance between a mother and daughter leads to the daughter being detained and then getting loose from her handcuffs.

ep 10: Fort Worth, TX 18

From Fort Worth, Texas: A man accused of stealing a car flees from the police, a suspect hits another man who is asleep with a beer bottle and a car stop in a known drug area leads to a search and a struggle with police.

ep 9: Fort Worth, TX 17

Fort Worth, TX - Officer Jim Grow walks to a former motel to look for drug dealers, but nearly gets run over with another officer in a narrow space as a car attempts to escape. Officer Royce Hearne pulls over a vehicle for failing to dim its headlights only to discover the female driver has 13 warrants after she breaks down in tears and confesses. Officer Ernesto Tamayo II pulls over an SUV for speeding and observes the passenger throw marijuana out the window.

ep 8: Fort Worth Chases Special Edition

Fort Worth, TX - Officer Antonio Maldonado II chases a silver dual rear wheel pickup truck through a residential area. Officer Carolyn Jacoby joins a pursuit started by the gang unit and a helicopter until they reach a street closed for construction where it becomes a foot pursuit. Officer Ernesto Tamayo stops to find out why a man is sitting in a parked car, but he drives off leading to a chase during which he throws a loaded syringe out the window.

ep 7: Fort Worth, TX 16

Fort Worth, TX - Officer John Ost stops a driver who repeatedly asks to have his lawyer present. Officer Jerry Dalton responds to a report of a snake in a woman's bedroom. Officer Randy Watkins finds a woman on the hood of a car without any pants while a man is in the driver's seat.

ep 6: Indianapolis, IN 17

ep 5: Indianapolis, IN 12

Indianapolis, IN - Officer John Reichle attempts to pull over a car, but the driver bails out of the car while its still moving leading to a foot chase. Officer Jay Travis stops three shirtless young men who were trying to get a dog away from animal control officers. Speedway, IN - Officer Mike Clupper responds to a report of shoplifting in progress to find two women in a car parked with the trunk open and clothing with the tags still attached.

ep 4: Indianapolis, IN 11

Indianapolis, IN - Officer Frederick Hamer searches for the driver of a green truck that speeds away when he tries to stop it. Speedway, IN - Officer Alan Jones pulls over an SUV on the freeway and the driver admits to possessing marijuana. Officer Bradley Weaver responds to a child neglect call at a motel across from the racetrack.

ep 3: Indianapolis, IN 16

ep 2: Indianapolis, IN 10

Indianapolis, IN - Officer Robert Cook finds a robber bloody and unconscious on the pavement and the victim sitting nearby. Officer Jon Daggy goes to a house where a man was scratched and beaten when he tried to deliver a VCR. Officer Kimberlee Carmack works undercover in a prostitution sting.

ep 1: Indianapolis, IN 8

Indianapolis, IN - Officer Genae Gehring chases and catches a man in a foot pursuit who claims the drugs found in his pocket are Kool-Aid. Marion County, IN - Deputy Mark Myler responds to a call where a man drove his pickup truck over a child on a bicycle. Indianapolis, IN - Officer Richard Wilkerson enters a house and finds the caller beaten up in the bathroom.

Season 11.
Cops - S11

ep 36: Arizona 6

ep 35: Palm Beach County, FL 5

ep 34: Arizona 2

From Arizona. A Deputy pursues a fleeing subject on foot, transients wander through traffic and a stolen vehicle is pursued.

ep 33: Palm Beach County, FL 4

ep 32: Palm Beach County, FL 7

Riviera Beach, FL - Officer Jerry Smith joins a pursuit of a stolen vehicle that ends when it drives down a dead end road. Palm Beach County, FL - Deputy Kenneth Voiret mediates between a one armed man and a bartender he accuses of stealing his money. Martin County, FL - Deputy Shawn Boorman sees a drunk man urinating in a flower bed and finds marijuana in his pocket while searching him.

ep 31: Palm Beach County, FL 3

ep 30: Arizona 5

ep 29: Arizona 4

Mesa, AZ - FTO Tim Hines pulls over a truck for not having a licence plate light, but abandons the stop when two officers need assistance after being run over. Officer Adam Biermann responds with other officers to a call where a man was assaulted by his two brother in laws with a baseball bat. Maricopa County, AZ - Deputy Gary Robertson responds to a robbery at a convenience store where two suspects stole a case of beer, but failed to drive away.

ep 28: Arizona 1

From Arizona. A stolen suv pursuit, a domestic dispute ends in injuries and a suspect cannot spell his own name.

ep 27: Arizona 3

Maricopa County, AZ - Deputy David Parra pursues a speeding car driven by a juvenile car thief. Mesa, AZ - Officer Stacey Adams responds to a domestic disturbance for the second time that day. Officer Cheri Johnson works undercover in a stolen bicycle sting operation.

ep 26: Palm Beach County, FL 11

ep 25: Palm Beach County, FL 10

Palm Beach County, FL - Deputy Kenneth Voiret goes to a gas station where a woman alleges a man in a wheelchair assaulted her. Deputy Donta Manuel finds a man on the roof of a trailer home. Deputy Kenneth Voiret responds to a call of a drunk woman trespassing.

ep 24: Virginia Beach, VA 6

ep 23: Palm Beach County, FL 9

ep 22: Virginia Beach, VA 3

Petersburg, VA - Officer 1st Class Garret Robinson and Officer Kevin Reilly visit a man who called 911 three times to tell him the proper procedure. Virginia Beach, VA - MPO Brian Watson pulls over a car occupied by two females that seem to be lost in a known drug area. Officer Adam Bracey responds to a domestic call of a male beating a female in the parking lot of an apartment complex.

ep 21: Atlanta, GA 13

ep 20: Palm Beach County, FL 6

ep 19: Palm Beach County, FL 8

Riviera Beach, FL - Officer Josh Lewis join a pursuit where a car thief is ejected after being hit by a van in an intersection. Martin County, FL - Deputy Bob Pierce catches an alligator. Palm Beach County, FL - Deputy Jeff Lower responds to two vagrant males exposing themselves to each other in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant.

ep 18: Palm Beach County, FL 2

ep 17: Palm Beach County, FL 1

ep 16: Atlanta, GA 12

An Atlanta PD Officer is hurt in a scuffle and a COPS camera operator, who happens to be a police officer himself, comes to his rescue. Also, an assault case, an arsonist and a drug seizure.

ep 15: Atlanta, GA 11

From Atlanta, Georgia. Police chase a suspect through a park, pursue a stolen vehicle and recover a ditched loaded weapon.

ep 14: Atlanta, GA 10

In Atlanta, Georgia, police catch a car-jacking suspect, a minivan catches fire and officers catch a robber posing as a parking-lot attendant.

ep 13: Atlanta, GA 9

Atlanta, GA - Officer R.D. Woody and Officer Ryan Thomas find a suspected drug dealer talking on a pay phone outside an Arby's restaurant who then tries to escape while being questioned. Officer Rick Lewis and Officer Andrew T. Griffin respond to a woman calling from a pay phone who was in an altercation with a male who lives with her in a car. Officer Kevin Dakin responds to a stolen vehicle call from a man that recognized it as his, and finds the thief passed out in the passenger seat.

ep 12: Atlanta, GA 8

Fulton County, GA - Captain David F. Chadd joins a raid on a haven for known criminals, drug dealers, and prostitutes. Atlanta, GA - Officer Michael Centola responds to a call of two men fighting in a trailer park. Officer Rick Lewis and Officer Jeff Crenshaw perform a traffic stop on two men not wearing their seat belts.

ep 11: Virginia Beach, VA 5

ep 10: Virginia Beach, VA 4

ep 9: Virginia Beach, VA 2

Petersburg, VA - Officer Keith Schilke joins a vehicle pursuit which ends when the car crashes into a ditch. Virginia Beach, VA - Officer Adam Bracey finds a man and a woman undressed in the back seat of a car parked outside a busy nightclub. Officer Mark Miller investigates a home invasion involving an undercover officer.

ep 8: Virginia Beach, VA 1

ep 7: Atlanta, GA 6

Atlanta, GA - Officer Michael O'Connor goes to an area reportedly where illegal drag racing was occurring. Senior Officer J.C. Clements pulls over a truck with a broken taillight an area where heroin is frequently sold. Officer Matt Cooper and Officer Craig Blakley pursue a speeding car and arrest the two occupants after a foot chase.

ep 6: Atlanta, GA 1

Atlanta, GA - Officer Greg Dabney attempts a stop on a vehicle he saw turn around in the middle of the street but it flips over as it tries to escape. Officer Nick Guzley and Officer Danny Agan, Jr. stop to find out why a man is sitting in his pick up truck and notice as they approach that he's naked except for wearing pink women's panties. Officer R.D. Woody investigates two cross dressers who were caught using someone else's identification with a credit card.

ep 5: Atlanta, GA 7

Atlanta, GA - Senior Officer J.C. Clements finds the same car that took off on him two months earlier and tossed a gun out the window. Officer Rick Lewis and Officer Jeff Crenshaw apprehend two men who stole property from a vehicle. Officer Jeff Glazier responds to a home invasion to find an elderly female that was pistol whipped.

ep 4: Atlanta, GA 3

Atlanta, GA - Seargent Carrie Mills executes a search warrant for marijuana against a man who claims he doesn't sell it yet they find a duffel bag full in the attic. Officer R.D. Woody and Officer Ryan Thomas arrest a man after another claims he pointed a gun at him. Officer Wilson Carstaffin, Jr. is flagged down by man who says a girl has been stabbed.

ep 3: Atlanta, GA 5

Atlanta, GA - Officer Kevin Otts acts as the pursuit car for a road block to find people without licences, insurance or driving stolen cars. Officer Rick Lewis and Officer Jeff Crenshaw go to a burglary in progress to find a man locked inside an apartment after breaking in through a window. Senior Officer James Price joins the chase for a stolen vehicle.

ep 2: Atlanta, GA 4

Atlanta, GA - Officer Michael Centola arrests a female with bizarre makeup on her face after she drove through several red lights without stopping. Officer R.D. Woody drops off Officer Ryan Thomas so he can do surveillance on an area known for prostitution and drug dealing. Senior Officer Maury Escher and Eugene Johnson patrol during black college spring break.

ep 1: Atlanta, GA 2

Atlanta, GA - Officer R.D. Woody and Officer Ryan Thomas go to a standoff with a suicidal man in a truck. Fulton County, GA - Officer Debbie Banker goes to a 911 hangup call at an apartment to find a couple arguing. Atlanta, GA - Officer Jeff Glazier and Officer Jacquie Diederich notice a car in the ditch and find the driver has been shot in the head.

Season 10.
Cops - S10

ep 36: Kansas City 26

ep 35: Texas 3

From the state of Texas, a liquor store robbery and domestic disputes.

ep 34: Kansas City 27

ep 33: Nashville, TN 13

From Nashville, Tennessee. A suspect is caught breaking into vehicles, a prostitute hides under a motel bed and a domestic dispute is settled.

ep 32: Nashville, TN 12

ep 31: Kansas City 25

ep 30: Texas 7

From Houston, Texas. A pit-bull attack, a domestic dispute and fleeing suspects.

ep 29: Kansas City 24

From Kansas City. A suspect slits his wrists, an officer is injured in a traffic accident and a domestic dispute involves a crack addict.

ep 28: Texas 6

ep 27: Texas 2

From Houston, Texas. Marijuana is seized, deputies probe drug activity and a suspect wields a toy pistol.

ep 26: Nashville, TN 11

ep 25: Texas 4

From Houston, Texas. A shooting incident, a stabbing victim won't identify his attacker and deputies deal with a suicidal suspect.

ep 24: Las Vegas, NV 28

From Las Vegas, Nevada. Police get called to a domestic dispute, a security guard gets caught with drug paraphernalia and a vehicle search yields a loaded gun.

ep 23: Kansas City 23

From Kansas City. Police investigate a shooting incident, a stolen cigarette lighter and a is woman attacked.

ep 22: Kansas City 22

ep 21: Texas 5

From Houston, Texas. Deputies are called to a domestic dispute, a suspected drug addict is investigated and a man claims his father abused him.

ep 20: Las Vegas Prostitution Special Edition

ep 19: Sturgis Biker Rally 1997 Special Edition

ep 18: Texas 1

From Houston, Texas. Deputies orchestrate a drug bust, a drunken driver loses control, a train helps capture suspects and police make a marijuana bust.

ep 17: Kansas City 21

ep 16: Las Vegas, NV 27

ep 15: Kansas City 20

ep 14: Kansas City 19

ep 13: Las Vegas, NV 26

ep 12: Las Vegas, NV 25

ep 11: Kansas City 18

ep 10: Las Vegas, NV 24

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ep 9: Kansas City 17

ep 8: Las Vegas, NV 23

ep 7: Las Vegas, NV 16

ep 6: Las Vegas, NV 22

ep 5: Las Vegas, NV 18

ep 4: Las Vegas, NV 19

ep 3: Las Vegas, NV 20

ep 2: Las Vegas, NV 17

ep 1: Las Vegas, NV 21

Season 9.
Cops - S9

ep 36: Fresno, CA 4

ep 35: Fort Myers, FL 6

ep 34: Fort Myers, FL 5

ep 33: Fort Myers, FL 3

ep 32: Fort Myers, FL 1

ep 31: Pierce County, WA 19

ep 30: Fort Myers, FL 4

ep 29: Pierce County, WA 17

ep 28: Fort Myers, FL 2

ep 27: Fresno, CA 3

From Fresno, California, weapons and drug arrests and a domestic violence call.

ep 26: Fresno, CA 2

From Fresno, California, a naked, drugged knife-wielder, a marijuana farm and Cowboy, the K-9 dog, sniffs out narcotics.

ep 25: Fresno, CA 1

ep 24: Pierce County, WA 18

ep 23: Pierce County, WA 16

ep 22: Pierce County, WA 20

ep 21: Pierce County, WA 13

In the Seattle/Tacoma, Washington area, a driver ignores an officer's order to pull over, a mother & daughter have a dispute, a restraining order is violated and a lottery ticket is reported stolen.

ep 20: Pierce County, WA 14

ep 19: Pierce County, WA 11

ep 18: Pierce County, WA 10

ep 17: Pierce County, WA 15

ep 16: Pierce County, WA 12

ep 15: Boston, MA 8

ep 14: Providence, RI/Boston, MA 2

ep 13: Miami, FL 20

ep 12: Miami, FL 19

ep 11: Providence, RI 2

ep 10: Providence, RI 1

ep 9: Boston, MA/New City, MA

COPS ""Boston/New City"", Episode #908. Boston area features police and a knife-wielding man; a car theft; a parachuting stunt and an armed suspect.

ep 8: Miami, FL 18

ep 7: Miami, FL 17

ep 6: Miami, FL 16

ep 5: Providence, RI/Boston, MA 1

ep 4: Miami, FL 15

ep 3: Miami, FL 14

ep 2: Miami, FL 13

From Miami, Florida. Officers investigate a video-store robbery, the canine unit finds a suspect and a man attacks an officer.

ep 1: Miami, FL 12

From Miami, Florida. A motorist refuses to pull off the road, officers investigate a car theft and a suicide attempt.

Season 8.
Cops - S8

ep 38: Orange County, CA 3

ep 37: Orange County, CA 2

ep 36: Albuquerque, NM 9

ep 35: Albuquerque, NM 8

ep 34: Albuquerque, NM 6

ep 33: Albuquerque, NM 7

ep 32: Dallas, TX 5

ep 31: Albuquerque, NM 5

ep 30: Orange County, CA 1

ep 29: Albuquerque, NM 4

ep 28: Albuquerque, NM 3

ep 27: Dallas, TX 4

ep 26: Tampa, FL 10

ep 25: Tampa, FL 9

ep 24: Tampa, FL 8

ep 23: Mardi Gras 1995 2

ep 22: Mardi Gras 1995 1

ep 21: Albuquerque, NM 2

From Albuquerque, New Mexico, officers are called to a domestic dispute, arrest a shoplifter and a drunken driver.

ep 20: Albuquerque, NM 1

ep 19: Buffalo, NY 7

ep 18: Buffalo, NY 6

ep 17: Buffalo, NY 5

ep 16: Buffalo, NY 4

From Buffalo, New York comes domestic disputes, a trespasser, an alleged molestation and a burglary attempt.

ep 15: New Orleans, LA

ep 14: Buffalo, NY 3

ep 13: Fort Worth, TX 14

In Dallas, Texas, a drug-suspect leads officers in a chase, a body is found, officers investigate a child-protective case and a noise complaint.

ep 12: Tampa, FL 5

ep 11: Tampa, FL 7

From Tampa, Florida, police set up a drug sting, investigate stolen snakes and a auto-theft ring.

ep 10: Dallas, TX 3

ep 9: Dallas, TX 1

ep 8: Buffalo, NY 2

ep 7: Tampa, FL 4

ep 6: Buffalo, NY 1

ep 5: Tampa, FL 3

Tampa, FL - Deputy Mike Fields and Deputy Mike Russell respond to an assault call with a belligerent woman who disobeys commands and drives away. Deputy Dexter Cross gets a complaint from a Walgreens store about three intoxicated men. Deputy Don Morris checks a parked car near a closed business and finds two men sitting inside. When the passenger is searched the driver runs away.

ep 4: Dallas, TX 2

ep 3: Tampa, FL 11

ep 2: Fort Worth, TX 13

ep 1: Tampa, FL 6

From Tampa, Florida. Police set up a sting operation, a man is asleep in the road, officers investigate a possible suicide and gunfire.

Season 7.
Cops - S7

ep 36: Las Vegas, NV 15

ep 35: Los Angeles, CA 30

ep 34: Las Vegas, NV 14

ep 33: Los Angeles, CA 29

In Los Angeles, officers make drug arrests, get called on a restraining-order violation and investigate a traffic infraction.

ep 32: Las Vegas, NV 13

ep 31: Kansas City 15

ep 30: Kansas City 16

ep 29: Las Vegas, NV 12

ep 28: Kansas City 14

ep 27: Kansas City 13

ep 26: Kansas City 12

In Kansas City, a suspect runs from police, officers are called to a trailer-park brawl and a domestic dispute.

ep 25: Kansas City 10

ep 24: Las Vegas, NV 11

ep 23: Las Vegas, NV 10

ep 22: Las Vegas, NV 9

ep 21: Kansas City 11

ep 20: Los Angeles, CA 28

ep 19: Los Angeles, CA 24

From Los Angeles, California, a car-jacking, suspected thieves hide in the police tow-yard and a stabbing.

ep 18: Los Angeles, CA 27

ep 17: Los Angeles, CA 26

ep 16: Kansas City 9

ep 15: New York City 4

ep 14: New York City 3

ep 13: Los Angeles, CA 25

ep 12: Los Angeles, CA 23

ep 11: New York City 2

ep 10: New York City 1

ep 9: Los Angeles, CA 22

ep 8: Los Angeles, CA 21

ep 7: Los Angeles, CA 20

ep 6: Los Angeles, CA 17

ep 5: Los Angeles, CA 19

ep 4: Los Angeles, CA 18

ep 3: Los Angeles, CA 16

ep 2: Los Angeles, CA 15

ep 1: Los Angeles, CA 14

Season 6.
Cops - S6

ep 46: Indianapolis, IN 6

Suspect in motorcycle traffic stop tries to ditch his marijuana during a pat down. Police find a drunk man hitting his girlfriend on a 911 domestic disturbance call. Stabbing call with several stories of how it happened.

ep 45: Indianapolis, IN 5

Vehicle stop and foot pursuit recovers a freshly stolen car. Woman tries to cash a bad check at a bank's drive-up teller. Domestic disturbance involving family fight with a intoxicated father.

ep 44: Indianapolis, IN 4

High speed vehicle pursuit with intoxicated driver. Three people loitering in front of BBQ shack are found to be holding "drugs". Vehicle accident with small children that reportedly fell out of a truck.

ep 43: Indianapolis, IN 3

K-9 assists foot chase of suspected drug dealer. Vehicle stop reveals driver and her passengers are all drunk and the trunk is filled with stolen goods. Officer finds an intoxicated man inside a basement apartment on a breaking and entering call.

ep 42: Little Rock, AR 4

Vehicle stop after armed robbery call ends in foot pursuit. Vehicle crashes through telephone pole and leaves the scene. Officers track and find the truck. Shooting call at an apartment building.

ep 41: Little Rock, AR 3

Stolen vehicle stop turns into high speed chase and foot pursuit. Disturbance call with a couple drunk neighbors. Domestic disturbance and assault call.

ep 40: Little Rock, AR 2

ep 39: Nashville, TN 9

Dangerous domestic disturbance with a bloody crime scene and police need to use bio hazard counter measures. Vehicle pursuit with suspected drunk driver. Call for assistance involves a man with a self-inflicted cut on his arm. Finally, an older man pulls a pistol over a dispute about a parking space.

ep 38: Indianapolis, IN 2

Suspected car thieves are followed by helicopter. Drunk man refuses help from police and EMTs after his arm is cut during a domestic dispute. Call for a man that is unconscious.

ep 37: Indianapolis, IN 1

Officer on street patrol observes a teen buying alcohol. Call for assistance where a suspected drunk driver crashed into his neighbors parked car. A pair of domestic disturbance calls.

ep 36: Sacramento, CA 9

Call about a man acting strangely. Report of an elderly man shooting a gun in a residential neighborhood. Child custody issue with between a mother and the child's guardian.

ep 35: Little Rock, AR 1

Pursuit of stolen car suspects. Domestic call with a woman that pulled a gun on her boyfriend. Fight between two men over a public phone.

ep 34: Sacramento, CA 8

Vehicle pursuit with suspected drug dealer. Officers assist a woman by serving her ex-boyfriend with a restraining order. During a child endangerment call, police find several children home alone late at night with no adults home and the power turned off.

ep 33: El Paso, TX 7

Vehicle pursuit of suspected drunk driver. Drive by shooting call. Domestic disturbance involving a man with a stab wound.

ep 32: Sacramento, CA 7

ep 31: El Paso, TX 6

Officer respond to aggravated assault call. Cameras follow border patrol agents. Sweep of downtown areas with vice undercover agents.

ep 30: El Paso, TX 5

Burglary in progress call. A couple of 911 calls on fights between neighbors.

ep 29: Cleveland, OH 8

ep 28: El Paso, TX 4

Police respond to 911 domestic disturbance call with man locked in bedroom with gun. Call about a street fight in front of a bar. Robbery call at a check cashing business.

ep 27: Little Rock, AR 2

Pursuit of suspected stolen vehicle. Domestic disturbance between a man and his father in law. Shots fired call.

ep 26: Sacramento, CA 6

Call for a fight between a young man and his girlfriends dad. Police search for a burglary suspect. Officers find drugs and guns in stolen car while performing a traffic stop.

ep 25: Sacramento, CA 5

Traffic stop results in foot chase and DUI arrest. Carjacking suspect gets beat-up by his would be victim. Domestic complaint over an unsupervised four-year-old wandering a local public park late at night.

ep 24: El Paso, TX 3

911 call from a man threatening suicide. Three drunk men beat up a man trying to deliver mail to their house. 911 call from woman being held against her will in her house.

ep 23: New York City Subway Special Edition

Special edition episode filmed with the New York City Transit Police. Decoy undercover operation targeting pick pockets. Officers inspect tunnels in homeless outreach operation and try to move tunnel residents into shelters. Officers have to jack up a train car to remove a dead body. Stabbing incident on train platform.

ep 22: Cleveland, OH 7

Police chase a car stolen in a carjacking but no suspects are apprehended. Reported assault in progress call turns out to be a drunk man beating his wife in front of their home. Public disturbance between neighbors involving a knife.

ep 21: Cleveland, OH 6

Police pursue suspects after responding to a fight at a gas station. Woman calls police when her boyfriend threatens her with gun. Domestic disturbance call.

ep 20: El Paso, TX 2

Police respond to public disturbance/fight. Search warrant nets a large amount of marijuana. Pedestrian accident call.

ep 19: El Paso, TX 1

ep 18: Cleveland, OH 5

ep 17: Cleveland, OH 4

ep 16: Cleveland, OH 3

ep 15: Cleveland, OH 2

ep 14: Cleveland, OH 1

ep 13: Sacramento, CA 4

ep 12: In Hot Pursuit Special Edition

ep 11: Nashville, TN 8

ep 10: Sacramento, CA 3

ep 9: Sacramento, CA 2

ep 8: Sacramento, CA 1

ep 7: Nashville, TN 7

ep 6: Nashville, TN 6

ep 5: Nashville, TN 5

ep 4: Nashville, TN 4

ep 3: Nashville, TN 3

From Nashville, Tennessee, a man claims his stepson stole his truck and a man cuts himself during a seizure.

ep 2: Nashville, TN 2

In Nashville, Tennessee, female officers pose as prostitutes and a suspect is found sleeping in a stolen van.

ep 1: Nashville, TN 1

Chase with suspected stolen vehicle. Domestic disturbance call with a woman her boyfriend/ex-husband and current husband. Robbery call between two suspected prostitutes and a john.

Season 5.

ep 99: duplicate

ep 48: San Bernardino, CA 5

ep 47: San Bernardino, CA 4

In California, a narcotics team conducts sting operations; Cpl. Joe Waltman discovers a drive-by-shooting victim; an unlicensed driver is caught with a pistol after a traffic stop.

ep 46: San Bernardino, CA 3

In California, police sergeant Joe Waltman examines a car involved in a crime and talks to a victim; Senior Deputy John Russ briefs a narcotics team on issuing a warrant; Dep. Hank Valencia answers a robbery call.

ep 45: San Bernardino, CA 2

ep 44: San Bernardino, CA 1

ep 43: DEA Special Edition 2

ep 42: DEA Special Edition 1

ep 41: Phoenix, AZ 4

Phoenix officers catch a carjacking suspect; answer a shots-fired call; find a gun threat between siblings at a family-disturbance call.

ep 40: Phoenix, AZ 3

ep 39: United States Special 2

ep 38: United States Special 1

An officer responding to a call of a suicidal man recognizes the suspect; a detective is injured during a drug sweep.

ep 37: Fort Worth, TX 12

(6:36 PM Shooting Call) Officer Matt Weber grew up in a little farm town in central IL. They didn't even have a stop light. He's been there 6 years and nothing could prepare him for working on the streets. The call is that the guy is supposed to have a rifle. He gets out and there is a bunch of black guys who say the man ran away while there are two guys shot on the ground. He drives off with another unit to where they said the guy went. They pull the guy out off his house. Officer Steve Benjamin mirandizes him. He says he stashed the gun at Walker street. The 2 guys jumped him with pistols and he shot them. He's been shot before and lifts his shirt to show a bullet wound and a huge amount of cut and stitch marks. He lost a kidney and doesn't want to get shot anymore. They were selling dope in front of his mother's house and he was tired of it so he shot them. He stops before they get back to the crime scene where things are heating up and they don't want to bring the guy. They find two rifles in the bushes including a large Marlin 30-30. They have lots of heated arguments in the area that used to be fist fights, now they grab guns and aren't afraid. (9:45 PM Suspicious Activity Call) West Sector - Officer Don Hanlon goes by a cleaners and the door is open and there are no lights inside, it's probably a robbery. Sgt. Tim Ellis joins him and they go up to the door. Don throws his lit flashlight inside and nothing happens. It is very crowded and hard to search. They get to the front and find nothing, but the front door is locked. Out back a witness says he saw 2 guys hiding behind a dumpster. They go to talk to them and they run. Eventually they catch two white guys who claim they were just watching the thieves. Don asks them why they ran, they say because they didn't know what they would do to them. The witness says he saw them loading stuff into a white car by the 7-11. One kid says he was driving his friend home and they saw the police and wanted to see what was going on. It doesn't explain why they ran. The owner arrives and says it has been broken into many times before. It turns out the kids story was true, but they were stupid and will get resisting arrest. (11:34 PM Assault Call) Officer Bob Abbott doesn't do it for the money, he likes doing it. You have to like doing it to work graveyard. Some people dread going to work and he doesn't understand it, he loves his job. A man was beating on his girlfriend when cops arrived. He goes to back them up. The guy ran off into a field and a helicopter is looking for him. He can hear noises and a barking dog. Officer Brian Levy arrives and searches by car. The guy is spotted and they run off with directions from the helicopter. They run through a yard, jump a fence and find him hiding there. He has a couple of knives on him. He's a young, skinny black guy in a red shirt and they have to flip him over the fence to get him out. The helicopter heard barking dogs. Officer D.L. Flores went back there with Levy to check the area on foot and found him. Officer Bryan Newell was also there.

ep 36: Fort Worth, TX 11

ep 35: Fort Worth, TX 10

ep 34: Phoenix, AZ 2

ep 33: Phoenix, AZ 1

ep 32: Fort Worth, TX 9

ep 31: Fort Worth, TX 8

ep 30: Denver, CO 8

ep 29: Fort Worth, TX 7

ep 28: Fort Worth, TX 6

ep 27: Fort Worth, TX 5

ep 26: Denver, CO 7

ep 25: Fort Worth, TX 4

ep 24: Fort Worth, TX 3

ep 23: Fort Worth, TX 2

ep 22: Fort Worth, TX 1

ep 21: Denver, CO 6

ep 20: Denver, CO 5

ep 19: Denver, CO 4

ep 18: Denver, CO 3

ep 17: Pierce County, WA 10

Seattle officer Tad Davis is called to the scene of an attempted suicide; Tacoma deputies respond to a holdup. Also: a man barricades himself in his home.

ep 16: Pierce County, WA 9

In Washington state, deputy John Jiminez serves a warrant on an armed-robbery suspect; Dep. Shawn McDonald arrests a man for harassing a woman; and officer Fred Doughty responds to a woman's scream.

ep 15: Pierce County, WA 8

ep 14: Pierce County, WA 7

ep 13: Denver, CO 2

ep 12: Homicide USA Special Edition

COPS camera crews follow detectives of the Los Angeles and Washington State sheriff's departments as they probe homicides. Investigations include a Jane Doe's death and a robbery-murder in which a suspect is captured.

ep 11: Denver, CO 1

ep 10: Philadelphia, PA 7

Philadelphia officer James Boone answers burglary-in-progress calls; Off. Joe Longmore arrests robbery suspects; Offs. John Harkins and Jim Diamond nab a suspected purse snatcher.

ep 9: Philadelphia, PA 6

Philadelphia officers find a gun after stopping a speeder; arrest a stabbing suspect and interview witnesses; serve a warrant on suspected drug traffickers.

ep 8: Pierce County, WA 6

(11:07 PM Suspicious Person Call) Sheriff's Dept - Deputy Bruce Larson talks about how he thought a lot about being a cop and how great it is. It is all he ever wanted, loves being there and helping. He used to be a journalist which had a lot of success and excitement, but always knew one day he'd have to be a cop. Arrest of a suspected thief; witness to a battery theft.

ep 7: Pierce County, WA 5

In Seattle, the police investigate a shooting; Dep. Bruce Larson arrests a man suspected of abusing his mother. Also: a quarreling couple is arrested in a parking lot.

ep 6: Pierce County, WA 4

(11:01 PM Shooting Call) Sheriff's Dept - Deputy Bruce Larson goes to a shooting at a local bar behind a Subway restaurant (5:47 PM Domestic Disturbance Call) Suspected gang member shoots man; pregnant woman fears drunken boyfriend

ep 5: Philadelphia, PA 5

Officers arrest suspects in a drug sweep; reunite a mother with her children after arresting the father for kidnapping; and respond to a burglary in progress.

ep 4: Philadelphia, PA 4

Philadelphia officers Jim Ryan and Walter Davis track a stolen car; Sgt. James Boone investigates two shootings at convenience stores; Off. William Brophy nabs a suspected purse snatcher.

ep 3: Philadelphia, PA 3

In Philadelphia, Sgt. James Boyle responds to the shooting of a detective; Off. Kyle Smith assists two women; drugs are found in a stolen car during a routine stop by Offs. Antonia Santiago and Walter Rice. Sgt James Boone responds to an assault call, looking for suspects Steak Man and his brother Fred.

ep 2: Philadelphia, PA 2

ep 1: Philadelphia, PA 1

Philadelphia officers subdue a man who was shooting at them; Offs. Luis Colon and Christine Couter witness an accident while looking for a car thief; a car vandal is caught.

Season 4.
Cops - S4

ep 45: Washington State 2

(5:57 PM Felony Warrant Assistance) Pierce Co. Sheriff's Dept. - Deputy Shawn McDonald likes working there because his dad worked there as a deputy for 30 years. There's lots of good people, sometimes you run into bad guys, nice place to work, a close knit group that's real fun to work with. Felony suspect is arrested; hysterical shoplifting suspect. King Co.

ep 44: Pierce County, WA 3

(1:37 AM Shooting Call) A black man shot and killed his wife white Alicia at an apartment complex, his two year old daughter Andrea and then himself in the head. A neighbor thought it was fireworks and ran inside. Shane the ex-boyfriend was there and there was a restraining order on the man. (8:02 PM Domestic Call) Behind a 7-22 a man tries to leave with his son Terry and his wife went nuts on him. He is white and she is Korean. He says she stays out all night every night, hit his son and he couldn't take it anymore. She gets arrested for domestic. (9:05 PM Accident Call) A motorcycle with two riders hit a car doing 65mph and they were thrown into the grass. The woman has open fractures and the mans' helmet landed 120 feet away. The driver of the car was DUI and charged with two counts of vehicular assault. The girl is only 15 and had to have a leg amputated.

ep 43: Pierce County, WA 2

(12:24 AM 911 Call) / (6:41 PM Structure Fire Call) / (6:37 PM Child Endangerment Call) Cops buy groceries for a man and his kids living in a hotel room.

ep 42: Washington State 1

(7:31 PM Person with a Weapon Call) King Co. Officer Sydney Jackson pulls over a blue car. confusing weapons call; teen threatens mother. AKA Seattle/Tacoma.

ep 41: Miami, FL 11

(10:57 PM Narcotics Unit Operation) Miami Beach Metro Dade - Sgt. Fred Silber says they got a call from customs that there is a 50-100 pound package of pot, $100,000 worth, stuffed into fish on Air Jamaica Express from Kingston, Jamaica. He drives to general aviation and Special Agent Thomas Trotto from U.S. Customs is there to brief them. The plane is a DC-7, is 57 years old and is the only one left. The people called to get the fish, so they are letting them come to pick it up and will bust them. (12:19 AM) They are loading it up the fish and the cops drive up and arrest him at gunpoint. The fish is frozen on the top and the pot is wrapped up underneath. There is one lone black illegal alien picking it up and Fred says he'll go to jail then get deported. He doesn't deny knowing what's going on, but won't cough up his boss. (7:39 PM) Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office - Deputy Charles Hicks says s kid named Edwin called that a man with a knife is trying to get in his house. He arrives with Sgt. Louis Sessa, knocks on the door and the kid says he'll sick the dog on them. The police have him come out and give a description of the guy. The father comes up, doesn't speak much English, admits his son has mental problems and is on medication. Charles goes in and talks to Edwin. He wants to know if the story is a lie. The kid cries and says no one believes him and a guy tried to kidnap him before. No one believe him because he's in a stupid handicapped class. Charles says the neighbors were outside for 45 minutes and saw nothing so it sounds like Peter and the Wolf. The kid finally admits seeing things like devils & shadows and he has to pray to make them go away. He thinks if he kills himself it will make the demons go away. Charles says they have to take the kid to be mentally evaluated because he doesn't want it to come back and haunt him later. (2:42 AM Suspicious Vehicle) Ft. Lauderdale - Broward County Sheriff's Dept - Deputy Tincu Taranu says you see a lot of weird things out there like one time he saw a guy turn over a $30,000 car to score only $30 worth of crack. He pulls a car over and the driver, Russ. says he picked up a guy hitch hiking. He was just giving him a ride to Victoria. Tincu pulls the young black kid called Shorty out of the car and he says the driver is a good friend of his mom's. Deputy Glenn Tchou and Officer Edward Jackson question him about lying. The driver is down from New York and says the kid had some pot and stuck it under the seat. They find a crack pipe and can charge him with a felony, but if he tells them where Shorty has the drugs they'll cut him loose. He says the kid has 6 rocks in a Nuprin bottle. They find the bottle on Shorty and he says he swears it's the drivers. Tincu says Russ has a drug problem and needs to get some help. Shorty is arrested, but why should he get a job when he make $100s dealing…it's amazing to see.

ep 40: Pierce County, WA 1

(8:22 PM Domestic Disturbance Call) Cops arrive and the family points to the woods where the man has run after beating his wife. They chase him with a K9 through the neighborhood, catch him and hog tie him since he is insane. He has a cruelty to animals warrant and in the police bathroom goes insane, but is just kidding. (9:57 PM Fight Call) Ronald Morrison, a black man in a yellow shirt, attacks a man in a bar with a baseball bat and beats him 25 times because 6 days earlier the guy shot at him 3 times. (10:42 PM 911 Call) Christopher Jones, an 18 year old man assaults a woman and leaves with a shotgun and goes home. The police surround the home and call him out and he is only wearing small blue underwear.

ep 39: Miami, FL 10

(1:26 AM Crime Suppression Unit) Beach Police Department - Officer Bill Guillem and his partner Officer Tony Sammarco says they work residential areas, hot spots where burglaries are and try to catch prowlers before they strike. They go to a business where the window was broken out and watch the area to make sure no one robs it until the emergency board up team arrives. A looter; car stuck on train tracks; drunken driver arrested.

ep 38: Miami, FL 9

(8:22 PM) Ft. Lauderdale Broward Co. - Deputy Robert Lahiff is off to set up a checkpoint. As long as they stop either the first, second or third cars and remain consistent it'll work. He tries to stop a suspect, a black guy in a white shirt red shorts walking down the street. When he sees the cops he runs and tosses the dope he was carrying. He hides in an apartment and K9s are brought in to find him. The female apartment manager is brought in to unlock his door. The guy says cops didn't see him do anything. Next cops set up a fence operation and put the word out they are looking for heavy equipment. In the safe house they shows boats and cars they have bought. They have spent $61,000 to recover $1.8 million worth of stolen goods. Two brothers sell a grater, a 65 year old dancer runs a prostitution ring and dances on her head for the cops. A guy sells plastic explosives and comes in with Jack Daniels. (7:36 PM Briefing) They go and pick up all the people who sold them the stolen items from before. The explosives guy is barefoot. The 65 year old lives in a house so full of junk they can barely walk in it. Newspapers are stacked to the ceiling. They also return a stolen camera to a lady and a watch at the end of their 12 month sting.

ep 37: Memphis, TN 6

(9:11 PM Shooting Call) Officer Gene Hulley says they need clothes for the dirty patients who come in to the hospital and to donate any sex or size. His partner is C.D. Hawkins. A black drug dealer goes to a house to collect money a woman owes him and when she doesn't haven't he shoots her in the ass. They go looking for him and find he has shot another woman. Her sister is in the yard screaming she saw him shoot her sister. domestic disturbance; child endangerment.

ep 36: Miami, FL 8

(11:47 PM Street Patrol) Sheriff's Office - Deputy Charles Hicks spots car making a dope deal and hunts it down after losing sight of it. bank robbery arrest; public disturbance; hit and run.

ep 35: Miami, FL 7

(7:05 PM Narcotics Unit Briefing) Metro-Dade Sgt. Fred Silber explains how undercover cops confiscated vases full of drugs from the runners who rolled over and were supposed to get $1000 each for them and now will meet the buyers to bust them. The must be done by 9pm. 7:32 - they arrive at the meeting place a Win Dixie. Two men go over to the car with a shopping cart and take the boxes and are arrested by Lt. Robert Diers. They get consent from one of the men to search his house. 8:07 - they arrive and find two people there who show them where another kilo of coke is hidden. Sgt. Michael Roy also finds $6000 in cash. Palm Beach (7:07 PM Communications Center) A man calls 911 about a deaf girl who wants to kill herself. Deputy Charles Hicks goes to the house where 15 year old Kathy cut her wrists. She doesn't want to go to the hospital and officers jump her and her dog so she can't get away. Deputy Kevin Clapp talks to her and she freaks out. Seven days earlier she cut herself and tried to stab a deputy. Her sister Cheryl can't believe they let her out and wants her put in jail. They say it's up to the psychiatrist and they need to talk to him. She keeps doing this over and over. Miami - Sgt. Debra Dozier talks about a reward of $72,000 for a guy who killed a cop. (5:22 PM Disturbance Call) Cpl. Glenn Stolzenberg is called to a cock fighting ring. There are cages and cages of roosters, a ring and scales. Officer Carlos Garcia translated for the owner who says they are just training them. Glenn finds a half dead rooster in a garbage can and the worker pulls it out and cleans it up and gives it a shot. They say they train them humanely and don't harm them even though fights are every Thursday. The owner says animals killed the dead roosters, they didn't die during cock fights. He welcomes them to come back and check.

ep 34: Miami, FL 6

(5:17 PM Roll Call) Lt. Noel Rojas announces that Officer Emilo Cancibello is officer of the month. Capture of armed suspects; arrests for lewd behavior.

ep 33: Miami, FL 5

(5:59 PM Narcotics Unit Briefing) drug sting; suspect motorist; prostitution sweep

ep 32: South Florida 2

(6:40 PM Narcotics Unit Briefing) Metro-Dade Department - Sgt. Fred Silber says Moe's CI from the 50K reverse drug buy was compromised when he owed $40,000 and Columbian leg breaker enforcers were hired to get his family. They'll wire Moe and if he is threatened they'll bust the Columbians. Suspects threaten informant and family; suspected drunken driver.

ep 31: Boston, MA 7

(8:28 PM Buy/Bust Operation) Officer Mike Lopriore says a guy on probation is part of the we deliver network. he goes to drug meetings and then delivers coke all night. He beeped all his customers to meet in a parking lot an some undercover detectives are going in to bust buyers and sellers. Drug sting at gas station/Roll call - treat everyone like they are armed/Stabbing of husband by his drunk, drugged wife/Shooting by armed gang/Booking of suspect.

ep 30: Miami, FL 4

(Weapons Inspection) Metro-Dade Police Department - Corporal Ronald Dignazio is the inspector and tells the officers to line up, draw their weapons, eject their cartridges to the floor and present their weapons for inspection. Another officer checks them. Officer Federico Chacon says he doesn't take sides, make problems personal and just tries to make the best decision. (7:24 PM Street Patrol) A car chase; man assaults friend; drug bust.

ep 29: Boston, MA 6

(7:38 PM Drug Buy Calls) Officer Mike Lopriore calls a dealers beeper and then has to go to another phone on Chelsea to they know it is set. His partner is Officer Peter Fontantez/Selling drugs out a window/Roll call weapon's check/Fire call/Arson suspect in station.

ep 28: South Florida 1

(Narcotics Unit Briefing) Key West - Sgt. Steve Hammers is undercover and has a drawing of the area of Terry La. and Petron St. where they are working. He'll be in the blue van - the taping and control center. Detective Jeff Meyers is in charge of arrests and 'slammin' is the key word. Officer Kyle Murphy laughs at that and he is going to be the dealer and is given a bag of marked crack. Drug busts; store owner apprehends shoplifting suspect.

ep 27: Miami, FL 3

(7:01 PM Shooting Call) Officer Angel Calzadilla & Emilio Canciobello arrive at a crazy old man's house that is filled with rotting packs of dripping meat and the windowsill is buried in dead flies. man is unable to care for himself; overturned truck.

ep 26: Miami, FL 2

(2:47 PM) Broward Co. FL Sheriff's Department - Sgt. Ralph Capone is on his way to wire an undercover informant to buy an ounce of coke for $850. The signal is to put his hand through his hair and say "Bob's gonna love it." It should be quick, don't see any problems, but always ready. Dealers couldn't come up with any really weight, but an ounce still gets you 3 years, shut them down before they get bigger. (3:16 PM) They get the signal and drive over in a Kmart parking lot, stop a guy in a red car, block her in, pull her out and cuff her. When they tell her she's getting 3 years she cries and hits her head on the car. They read her the rights and she starts struggling. She doesn't want to answer so they need a female to search her. The car is a 1991 Trans-Am - Amelia & Carmen on the vanity plate. The coke looks really good, like from a kilo. The girl on the plate used to be her lover, the car’s not hers, but has a key ring for it. There is a “Bandit IV” and a “Say no to drugs" sticker on thr side. They find a coconut head inside. Ralph says sometimes people get upset and don't understand, get agitated and get rough. There’s always someone out there who doesn't get it. Miami Beach (7:09 Domestic Disturbance Call) Officer Henry Doce says a child called that her sister was beaten up by her boyfriend and is pregnant. They arrive and EMT is there. They spotted a guy walking away that they think is the boyfriend. He is a tall Spanish guy with a black mullet and says she isn't showing him respect. She is out all day and his food isn't ready when he comes home from work. He doesn't deserve that and it’s not acceptable in his country. They live together, but are not married. He's leaving, but is getting arrested instead. Sgt. Bob Dorigo assists. He tries to smoke a cigar, but is cuffed and put in a car. Bob goes back in and she says he deserves it, he gets away with it and he'll keep doing it and she went through it before. She says all women should do something about it or else he'll keep doing it and you'll go to jail for killing the guy. She is putting all his stuff outside and doesn't want him back. If he comes back she'll hit him, she's 4 months pregnant with twins. Her friend has been married 11 years and been beat for 8 years because her mother says once you are married, that is it. He kicked her when she was pregnant so her daughter called the cops. She is 10 years old, wants him out, and cries. Bob is glad she is getting tough with him. (10:42 PM Accident Call) Communications Center - a woman calls and Deputy Scott Weinberger goes, 2 cars crashed, t-boning in the intersection at 21st and 6th. Deputy Darin Dowe’s car was hit while he was inside. They were hit right in the door and knocked off the road. The female driver in the other vehicle might be drunk since it was such a hard crash. The driver is given a neckbrace and put in the ambulance. The most frequent injury to cops is traffic because they spend 8 hours a day on the road. The passenger comes out and smells of alcohol. Investigator Baron Phillipson and Deputy Al Hernandez say to Lt. Robert Baton it is now a criminal investigation because she is drunk and the officer is injured. Darin will be in hospital for 48 hours of observation in case of internal injuries. The women is given the roadside test and can barely stand, so she fails completely and plays dumb the whole time. This is why they are so critical when it comes to DUI. When you are impaired, tragedy can occur.

ep 25: Miami, FL 1

(10:17 PM Disturbance Call) Sgt. Jose Fernandez says they are losing Officer Anthony Magrino to homicide. Jose asks him if he wants to say a few words, but he doesn't. Officer Robert Borgmann says he's a long lanky fellow and they chipped in and got him a gift since they like him and he backs them up. It is a cake that reads 'good luck in homicide' they figure he needs to put on some weight. He goes to the call of a black woman and a man fighting in front of a store with another man on the NW corner of 133rd. Anthony jumps out , breaks it up, stops the man with a bloody mouth and cuffs him. She is there with a new boyfriend, he is an old boyfriend. The new guy says he came over to the house and cursed out her momma and he got up to get rid of him and the old guy said he would shoot him. The old guy says “why can't I talk to my girl?” He called his sister and the new guy followed him to the store while he was on the phone and 3 guys jumped him and punched him in the face. He was cuffed because he was hitting her in front of cops. He says he knows he has to go down for this, but asks if he has to. Anthony says he's not going to miss things like that. It's like people know it's his last night. (10:32 PM Shooting Call) Metro-Dade PD Communications Center - A call comes in about a man who has been shot, possibly killed. Officer Robert Borgmann arrives and EMS is on the scene. The man is on the driveway with a bullet wound to the chest and there is a large blood stain on the ground. Rob says it's a high drug area. A woman says she saw the victim running and fall right there. He was shot on the corner and ran there. A drunk man says the victim was making a deal with a fat guy on the bicycle. They left and the guy on the bike probably shot him. He said, "oh lord, I'm hit, I'm hit” and he dropped. The ambulance takes the victim to a LZ and a helicopter picks him up to take him to Jackson Memorial. It'll take 4 minutes instead of 20 minutes by car. He is in critical condition, lost a massive amount a blood and they tried to vacuum out internal bleeding from his stomach. The chopper takes off and hopefully he'll make it. (PM Narcotics Unit Briefing) Metro-Dade PD - an undercover officer says they are going to buy a large amount of narcotics. Sgt. Fred Silber is there. Once the source is there they are going to execute the warrant. They have suitcases full of drugs they are selling him. Fred says the guy stays outside a lot and wanders around. (7:52 PM Special Response Team) Sgt. Steve Mesa says it'll be a slow search. They have pictures of the house and says it is worth over $1 million and they filmed Scarface there. (8:01 PM) The UC arrives and an ambulance pulls up and cops spill out. A flash grenade is shot inside, windows are smashed in and traffic is cut off. There is only one older man inside who is cuffed on the floor. He is told the house is being used for drug shipments and is concealed and they are going to search for it. They find an altar with a shrine that has handcuffs in wax on a plate - it's to protect him from the police. There is a sign that reads 'Remember the golden rule - he who has the gold, makes the rules.' The find a tech-9 assault weapon, a package of hollow point bullets, a silencer, a tape of The Godfather Complete Epic and a tape called Whispering Death - secrets of improved and state of the art silencers. He has a boat port and an expensive boat and pool out back. They board up the door and have a table of money and guns with silencers. He was a major player taken off the street.

ep 24: Memphis, TN 5

(12:52 AM Street Patrol) Officer Gene Hulley has been there 3 years. It's all he ever wanted to do, all he could think about doing in high school, can't imagine doing anything else. He's got a seat on the front row of life and is enjoying it. His family thinks he's crazy for doing it, knows he could get shot, but most families are like that. officer's wife barricades herself in bathroom against intruder.

ep 23: U.S. Marshal's Service Special

(Washington D.C.) Mobile Command Center - Red October. Sunrise is located in 5 cities - DC, Baltimore, Miami.

ep 22: Memphis, TN 4

(5:13 PM Shooting Call) Officer Matt Pugh responds to a call on the 600 block and arrives to find a black woman who took a shotgun blast to the chest and blows her finger off. She says Danny, her ex, did it and he fled with the sawed off after they had a fight on the porch over the gun and it went off. A neighbor says the woman owns the gun. Cops go back in and ask her two kids where the guns are. The boy pulls a rifle out of the closet and the shotgun from under the mattress where his mom hid it. Shelby County (1:08 PM) Backup comes to a traffic stop and Guadalupe the driver is wearing a Zappa shirt, is all nervous, and won't consent to have his car searched. K9 is brought in and a suitcase full of pot is found in the trunk. They take them back to interdiction HQ and weigh the dope and take their money. Guadalupe loses his car, $1350 and the drugs. Detective Steve Culley says it's nice to be thanked. (9:31 PM Domestic Disturbance Call) The caller says a father is beating his son in the front yard of his house. They talk to the witness outside and find his 16 year-old son Time wanted to bring a shirt to his friends house and his dad stopped him. The son pushed him off and his dad pushed and slapped him because he is a pacifist, but he isn't scared to stay there. They take the father outside and says he disciplined his son like what was done to him. They arrest him because he hit him Tim in the face and was drinking.

ep 21: Memphis, TN 3

(10:58 PM Armed Robbery Call) Officer Jeff Clark drives to the scene of a crime, unknown who is responsible, shots fired, victim is D.O.A. A 60 year old white man was who was a volunteer probation officer got robbed and shot five times and is dead. A black man in a black jacket was seen fleeing the scene and is apprehended down the street. robbery investigation yields murder victim; disturbance call.

ep 20: Memphis, TN 2

(11:22 PM Street Patrol) Shelby Co. Sheriff’s Station – Lt. Mike McEachren congratulates the group on last nights pursuit. It started gloomy, but there was no damage and they all survived. They pull over a car for having no license plate and a bulb out. It is a white and silver Pontiac Bonneville that refuses to stop and crosses over into Mississippi and are cutoff and captured. The black driver is Tony Johnson with a female Mexican passenger, Amanda Mars. Deputy Vernon Pollahite Jr. read them their rights. She says Tony had no license, so he wouldn’t stop. He crossed the border because he’s rather go to a Mississippi jail since they are better. Officers Grayland King and Mike Fleming of Olive Branch MS take them to their jail. Deputy Mike Tulley says he likes to help people and catch bad guys. He sees a lot of bad, but also sees the good. (12:22 AM Domestic Disturbance) Gene says his wife Vanessa was supposed to be home by 10pm and she came home at 11. She tried to drive off and he held on so she drove with him on the hood. She wants to leave with the kids, but he won’t let he. After being married for five years he threatened to beat her. He tries to get her to stay, but she leaves. Sheriff’s Dept. – Deputy Nick Hazelrig dreamt of dope coming from Texas to his town. (8:54 AM Assistance Call) A car from Texas is stopped and they find a little pot that the male driver has. Deputy Mark Kellerman searches the car with his wife and two kids in the back. He shows him a baggie in the trunk and a joint in his eyeglass case. The wife is hysterical and is glad he got caught. She calls him an ass and can’t believe he did this on the way to his father’s funeral. They make him dump all the pot out and cut him loose.

ep 19: Memphis, TN 1

(Narcotics Unit Briefing) Detective Leo Hampton says there is a 65 & 63 year old white couple selling pot out of their house and he wants to get them all in one room. They bought from the woman before and she is supposed to have 4 or 5 pounds of marijuana there. 10:07 PM they head out and he says she is known to carry a .22 and is not afraid to use it. (10:17 PM Warrant Served) Elderly couple distributed narcotics; assault.

ep 18: Pittsburgh, PA 5

(12:06 AM Shooting Call) Officer Pat Logan and Officer Jimmy McGee head to a call of two people shot In the legs. In the last 5 days 9 people have been shot of drugs. Rival drugs dealers on the edge of town. Suspect with "cop-killing'' bullets in gun; officers help confused senior.

ep 17: Pittsburgh, PA 4

(8:58 PM Narcotics Task Force Briefing) Eddie Brown jokes that the officer in the Cincinnati Reds hat eating a salad is what heroes are made of. Detective Damien Wiles says the guy they are looking for is Erwin Earl in he lives in an apartment at the bottom.

ep 16: Boston, MA 5

(8:37 PM Warrant Briefing) East Boston - Officer Robert Anthony listens as the detective talks about a house dealing coke out of it. They’ll take a sledgehammer if needed and there is a woman there. They all load up and enter the apartment building, run down the hallway and knock and enter. There are two people downstairs, and three upstairs. On 11/7 they sold to an undercover cop so they know they have drugs. If Donald cooperates only he and his wife will go down, not everyone. Detective Joe Mugnano makes a drug deal on the phone with the delivery guy saying the woman is in the bathroom. He tells them to come up and ring the bell twice. The guy comes up with the coke and they jump him. They pull him in fast and get bags of rocks off him. They put the owners in cuffs and lead them out. (10:27 PM) At the station they talk about beeping a Spanish drug dealer to see if he'll show up. They drive down to because he's supposed to have an ounce of coke. The dealer is driving right at them and they cut him off. They pull him out, check his mouth for drugs and find wads of money on him. They don't want to tie up the street so they bring him back to the station to thoroughly check the car. (11:42 PM) They tear the car up at the station and find bags of rocks in the dash. (9:10 PM Investigation Call) Officer Bill Reynolds and his partner Officer John Ridge are heading to the 560 block. Jackie is on a blind date and called her father screaming. They are supposed to be in apartment 1208 and they check with security at the building and run up there. They knock and no one answers. They go back down to security to get there parking space number. They check it and the car is gone. They are in a black Saab and spot them on the road and chase them down. They pull them out and the woman is shaken, she has no idea what is going on. She says everything is fine, it must be a joke and they've only been out 2 hours. Bill tells her to call her dad. Jackie calls her brother Joe to ask what's going on. It turns out she said she was having an emergency, but all she needed was hair gel and that they are weird. John talks to the brother on the phone. She was getting ready and left a message on her sisters machine that it was an emergency. The sister called the father who called them. It's a date she'll never forget. (9:02 PM Disturbance Call) Officer Edward Tansey says Lynn is a beautiful city, has the biggest reservation and is right outside of Boston. Officer Charles Griffin is his partner. They are going to a house where a Tammy threatened to set her house on fire. They've been there before, it's off the road. They go in and a woman says it's a drug deal gone bad. She gave him $40 and they ripped her off. There are three men - two Dominicans and a Puerto Rico inside man who don’t speak English. One of them has a large knife. They say Jose is the dealer and isn't there. Tammy has bought from him before, but says she's Vanessa. He's there illegally and she is mad because last night they bought from him and it was baking soda so she called the police. Sgt. Robert O'Neil talks to the girlfriend of the manager Bob McDenna who says the three guys don't belong there. The renter was evicted yesterday and the place is supposed to be empty. The woman was assaulted trying to buy coke. They put the money under the door for coke, but got nothing back. She says she smokes, not snorts and only spends $40 a day so it’s not a bad habit.

ep 15: Boston, MA 4

(4:52 PM Domestic Disturbance Call) Guy bleeding from fight from being stabbed and claims to have AIDS/Guy ate a banana without paying/Drug surveillance buying crack. violent drug arrest

ep 14: Kansas City 8

Officer Bob Lane questions a man that shot an intruder after he threatened to beat his wife with a hammer. Officers Mike Cook and Scott Caron respond to a disturbance where they find a couple sleeping on a mattress in the basement, and learn the man has outstanding warrants for his arrest. Officer Gale Halll is flagged down by a bar owner that's having problems with one of his patrons. As the patron is being questioned, the man's brother in law walks up and assaults him in front of the officer.

ep 13: Boston, MA 3

A man jumps off the roof of a building after setting fire to his neighbours apartment. Officers Brian McMasters and Ralph Amoroso go to a disturbance in a restaurant caused by a man who didn't like the way his Boston Clams were cooked. A group of officers arrest a drunk man when his wife is afraid to come home. Officer John Ridge arrests a robber responding to a disturbance call at a food market.

ep 12: Boston, MA 2

Officer Mike Lopriore and Officer Peter Fontanez arrest two suspects during drug sweeps, and notice one of the men is choking, which reveals bags of cocaine hidden in his mouth. Officers Robert Anthony and Ralph Amoroso get called to a pharmacy where a woman is suspected of passing a phoney prescription for Vicodin. A search warrant is executed against the home of a seventy year old man to look for his son's cocaine, and police discover he's an illegal bookie.

ep 11: Boston, MA 1

Officers Mike Stratton and Greg Brown catch a man observed buying cocaine, but he manages to swallow it before they can force him to spit it out. Officer Mike Lopriore brings toys and and children's clothing to a mother after the father sold his children's clothing to buy crack. Officers Tito Whittington and Robert Rogers of the Ant-Gang & Violence Unit assist in an arrest after a stabbing.

ep 10: Pittsburgh, PA 3

Detective Eddie Brown assists other officers to catch two drug dealers. Officer Deborah Germany and Officer James Rohm mediate between a group of men waiting twelve hours to move into an apartment and the former tenant who is slowly moving out. Officer Edward Eckle and Officer Thomas DeTemple are flagged down while on street patrol by victims of a hit and run accident caused by a drunk driver.

ep 9: Pittsburgh, PA 2

Officer Michelle McCants get called to a domestic violence incident at a bar and arrests both the man and the woman when they don't cooperate. Officers Jimmy McGee and Pat Logan apprehend two men that break into an abandoned funeral home. The Pittsburgh Narcotics Task Force executes a search warrant on a house.

ep 8: Kansas City 7

The Kansas City Metro Tactical Unit reassures a young boy that he won’t go to jail after they serve a warrant at his parents house. Officer Mike Cook returns to a house several times before recovering a lady’s stolen dog. Officer Scott Caron apprehends a juvenile with warrants for his arrest.

ep 7: Kansas City 6

Officer Jim Brinkley is slashed with a knife and the perpetrator gets away. A man gets ready to swing a chair at Officer Zan Schuberger until he draws his pistol and threatens to shoot him. A woman demands that Officer Richard Keith charge a man with trespassing. A woman ties up her husband with their telephone cord until she can flag down the police. Officer Scott Caron protects a woman openly cheating on her husband.

ep 6: Kansas City 5

Kansas City Officers Kevin Temple and Julie Van Doren attempt to arrest a suspect for 20 first degree burglaries, but he resists and his four brothers and many more police get involved. A female ex-convict complains her neighbor is a racist and wants something done. The Kansas City Score Unit serves a search warrant which results in four weapons being found.

ep 5: Pittsburgh, PA 1

Detective Eddie Brown injures his hand tackling a suspect during an arrest, and gets rushed to the hospital. Officer Philip Mercurio and his K9 follow a car with a broken window that turns out to be stolen. Officers Jimmy McGee and Pat Logan take four children away from their residence which has no heat, no electricity, and no food in the refrigerator.

ep 4: Kansas City 4

A drunk man confronts his wife when he catches her with another man. Officer Mike Cook transports the man away from the scene back to his house, but later gets arrested after returning with a knife. Officers Karen Lewis and Craig Schultz are dispatched to a stabbing call, and locate the man collapsed under a bridge with the help of his brother. Multiple officers respond to a call where a woman attempts to shoot her boyfriend, but accidentally shoots her brother.

ep 3: Kansas City 3

Officer Randy Poletis responds to an incident at a restaurant where they meet a uncooperative male who quickly becomes aggressive and resists arrest before he can even be questioned. Officer Scott Caron responds to a domestic disturbance which turns out to be a food fight, and decides to leave because no physical contact occurred. While responding to a burglary in progress call, Officer Richard Keith meets a woman who gave forty dollars to help someone get a tow truck, but wants the money back.

ep 2: Kansas City 2

Officer Zane Schuberger joins a pursuit of a truck loaded with stolen tools from a car dealership. A drunk driver claims to be a former police officer and admits to being under the influence of alcohol. A sting operation catches a drug dealer and police intend to tow and hold as evidence the blue Chevy Cavalier convertible he was driving.

ep 1: Kansas City 1

Officer Kevin Tempel responds to a drive by shooting where one of the victims says five women in a blue Malibu followed and shot them with a 12 gauge shotgun. Officer Scott Caron arrests two men after loss prevention staff at a supermarket catches them on video stealing cartons of Camel cigarettes. Officers climb onto the roof of a house to arrest a man after he destroyed everything inside.

Season 3.

ep 40: Houston, TX 8

(9:24 PM Disturbance Call) Harris Co. Sheriff’s Dept. - Deputy Ron Leonard says he's in the city police who cover from county line to county line. Sometimes it takes a while for back up to get there so he talks and deals with people differently. Arrest for an elderly guard's beating; suicide call.

ep 39: Las Vegas, NV 8

(5:45 PM Suspicious Activity) Metropolitan PD Northeast Area Command - Officers Thomas Fletcher says every car that metro has, B/W, have a computer terminal MCTs, they are a tremendous help. By running a plate at random they can determine if the car is stolen from anywhere in the US, if the person has warrants or if the plate is expired. Officer Andrew Legrow. (7:30 PM Disturbance) Officer Joseph Lombardo and the Polite Vampire lady.

ep 38: Houston, TX 7

(1:35 AM Shooting Call) Harris Co. Sheriff's Dept. - Deputy Michael Sieck says everything happens at night. When people drink, they get drunk and fight so he has to be the moderator, doctor, referee and psychologist. He wears lots of hats. There’s a 217 call at an upstairs hotel room. He finds blood on the doorstep, a guy on the bed with his leg bleeding and a woman freaking out. They say it happened 30 minutes ago. A 5' 4" black man wearing all black weighing 170 pounds came up and just shot him. They got out of the car, the guy was on the stairs and pulled a gun on them wanting money. They try to get her to calm down and give her water. EMT arrives and says he has a fracture to his leg and will have to be airlifted out. They wrap him in a comforter, take him out, a Hermann Hospital helicopter lands and he is wheeled aboard. Mike says he doesn't think they got the full story, doesn't believe anything he hears and only half of what he sees. This job is always something new, you never get in a rut. You try to help someone and sometimes they blow up in your face, but you keep going. . (2:25 AM Man with a Gun Call) The call is that a woman has been shot and they are walking on Market. He pulls up to the man and woman and when they see him they keep walking. He gets out and checks them. Melinda has a gun in her pocket. She says they were walking home to her mom's house. The guy threw his gun over a fence, she went to get it and a guy chased him. It is 2/19, she only met him 5 days ago. He threw the gun because they had a fight and she wouldn't give it back to him. There were 3 shots fired, but she says it wasn't fired. They can tell that it was fired, so she says she believes them. They pull the guy out of the cop car and he says the woman is his fiancé, the gun is his, they were arguing and he shot it in the air twice because he was mad and he threw it away. He is upset she is getting arrested. He wants to know how much it will cost. They are both arrested and are crying. He kisses her in the back in the cop of the car. Mike didn't expect her to have the gun and she could've shot him. (12:21 AM Assistance Call) Deputy Bubba Hinton says his mother and father gave him the nickname Bubba, a real Texas name, no one knows his real name and they all call him Bubba. Deputy Victor Zigmont caught some black males trying to break into cars and apartments. He goes to help out and there are a bunch of officers on the scene. They find a pistol, a shotgun and a rifle in the thieves car. They saw one guy by an apartment with a screwdriver and caught the other one in a car. One guy says he was hitchhiking, they gave him the car and he's never been to jail. Deputy Ziggy chased the car doing 85mph, but the guy says they didn't run. He says there are others in his crew by the Stop N Go, so they go over there and look. A black guy in a trenchcoat is walking and runs off when he sees them. He runs into the woods and ditches his coat. They catch him a couple blocks later, he asks what he's being arrested for and what did he do? They put him in the car and find there was a path he ran down while they floundered through the deep sticks in the back.

ep 37: London Special

(Parade) A marching band parades in front of Buckingham Palace. Cops watch and patrol. Sir Peter Imbert Commissioner says Scotland Yard is the HG of the metro police, it was formed in 1829 by Sir Robert Peel, SY has traditionally been it’s HQ.

ep 36: Houston, TX 6

(Vehicle Fire Call) Cpl James Billinovich is called to help with the search for a fleeing vehicle. A body was found in the burned car in a foggy area and a tow truck is en route.

ep 35: Houston, TX 5

(2:33 AM Street Patrol) Harris Co. Sheriff’s Dept. – Deputy Monty Herron has been around horses his whole life. He’s owned one for 15 years to relieve stress. He belongs to the rodeo association of Texas police officers and they travel around the state competing for buckles. He goes to a call of 5 or 6 black males at a burglary in progress. When he gets there it is a shooting. A man is hit in the chest and a woman in the leg. They go into a dark house with a woman blocking the way. The guy says someone tried to break in through the window and he shot them. His wife tried to escape through the front when shotgun blasts came through their bedroom window and they can see holes in a picture on the wall. There is blood everywhere. Cops say it was really a dope deal gone sour and the victims were hit with 9mm. They secure the scene for Detective Pratt. (11:17 PM Shots Fired Call) Sheriff’s Dept. – Cpl. James Billonvich gives a stress test at a basic tactical training course. He tells the woman trainee she’s been hit in the arm and has to load and holster with only one arm. He says they ride the females harder to make them better. A female heard several shots and someone screaming for help. While looking for the male shooter they find a guy who was shooting his gun in the air to celebrate because he’s happy the Gulf War in over. James tells him it’s illegal, but just gives him a warning. (1:18 AM Theft Call) Deputy Michael Sieck likes the night shift the best. There are too many people out in the day and the night is busier.A guy pumped gas without paying at Wallaceville and Wake Forest. He finally pulls his truck over on the 300 block of Kokomo. They cuff the long haired driver for stealing the $16 worth of gas. The owner followed them and is on the scene. The passenger went in for cigarettes and the driver was supposed to go in and pay, but ran. The driver doesn’t know anything about it. They take the driver back to the gas station to get ID’ed by the clerk. Mike says if he tells the truth he’ll only get a citation. The driver says he only had $1, so he pumped and ran away. He gets a $200 fine and is let go until the trial.

ep 34: Houston, TX 4

(12:32 AM Traffic Stop) Sgt. Robert Jackson says he is from Detroit, but Houston is is home. It is more laid back and is great for a big city. A man is found hanging in a garage; truck stop disturbance; driver resists arrest.

ep 33: Houston, TX 3

(Boy Scout Kid on a Fence at Night) Harris Co. Sheriff’s Dept. - Cpl. Larry Blacksmith talks the kid, Stephen, down. The kid doesn't want to go to the boy scout meeting because he thinks everyone hates him there. Larry says he doesn't have to go if he doesn't want to and will take him home to his grandma if he wants. He's not in trouble and can climb up there and get him, but it would be easier if he just comes down. The kid thinks he hates him, but Larry assures him he doesn't, so he comes down and Larry takes him home. (10:05 PM Domestic Disturbance) - man loses ear in domestic scuffle; tattooed woman arrested for drug possession.

ep 32: Houston, TX 2

(10:08 PM Disturbance Call) Sheriff's Dept - Deputy Eugene Lancaster works the unicorporated parts of Harris county, in the last few years crime has gotten a lot worse, mostly drugs, especially crack. They’re undermanned and always busy. A man is breaking windows with a pipe. Eugene goes up the dark driveway to a rundown house. A woman says her boyfriend done beat the windows in and took off. She saw him throw a ladder through a window and broke three others and the air conditioner. She was over his house and her car died and he left her there. They pushed the car to Circle K and the tow truck driver brought her home. He did it because he was drunk and thinks she's screwing around with the neighbor. They have two kids together and her grandfather lives with her and Eugene explains to her what to do if she wants to file charges. There is a gun on the table and Eugene holds it as he explains it. They guy isn't there, so he can't arrest him. They'll have to sign a statement saying he did it. Suddenly shots are fired in the yard. He calls for backup 42-40 and then runs out and hunts the guy down. He is in the yard in a red shirt and jeans. He tells him to get down and cuffs him. He says not to move, to shut up and asks him where the gun is. He says he has no gun. Eugene searches for it and tells him to shut up. He calls in that the guy is in custody. The woman comes down smoking and wanting the two jackets he's wearing saying they are hers. The man says he drank a 12 pack of beer and a pint of whiskey - that's it. He doesn't care anymore, doesn't smoke crack. As they are driving back to the station a torrential rains starts. He says he was filing a criminal mischief report, got shot at, it scared him to death and was not a good feeling. He didn't see the guy, made a run for it and caught him. (11:22 PM) They arrive at the station, take the first door on the right and Cpl Jim Haley questions him. The drunk says that his girlfriend got him disappointed and no woman in the world should get you disappointed when you are drinking trying to have a good time. When the car breaks down and they blame you that isn't right. He's not an alcoholic or anything, he doesn't like it, that's the way he is that's the way it's gonna be! That's the way he grew up and that's the way it's gonna be. He gets angry. You don't know where he grew up or where comes from. You don't and nobody else will. It makes him mad. He's worse than Rambo. He doesn't use a gun. He's the only one who can change it. He doesn't smoke crack. He is an alcoholic, he drinks the cheap whiskey. He is dying anyway of cirrhosis of the liver, but no one believes him. He's been through a stomach staple, he's been through hell, more than Rambo. He can't stop, he can't stop today, why should he? He ain't never tried to kill anyone or hurt anyone, he did break some teenie windows. Whenever he gets out he's not going to stop. As long as she treats him wrong he'll treat her like sh-t. If she treats him right, he'll treat her right. They've been together for 4 years. He has 2 kids - 2 years and 4 months and 8 months. He hopes his kids see this so they'll be worse than him. He knows his one boy will be worse, he hopes he is. A man won't take sh-t from a woman. He doesn't want people messing with him when he has a good time. He says he doesn't drink that much, when someone gets him pissed off he gets pissed off. Jim asks shim if he wants help for his drinking. He says he doesn't need help, he just pissed off, it would be throwing money out the window. He cries and says he loves his kids, he could've got shot. Then he asks if it will cost anything. He says counseling is free and he admits he needs help. (2:52 AM Disturbance Call) Harris County Sheriff's Dept - it's lunchtime. They are stuffing hot dogs down. Deputy Michael Sieck says his partner Deputy Bubba Hinton wears a hat, but his head is too big to fit in the car. Bubba says he's a native Texan and he likes wearing a cowboy hat, it goes natural with him. They take separate cars and hope it'll be a quiet call. Karen says for the guy to tell them. The guy says he rents a room to a friend and they got into a fight over the renter's woman. He has no shirt on and the guy has no pants on. The woman says the owner wants to sleep with her. The renter says the owner hit him in the face. She asks the owner to tell the truth that he came to her house and harassed her. She says not to turn his dad gum back on her. She has a 20 month old son and doesn't want to deal with it. All three of them smoke. Bubba says a tenant has rights and he has a right to have a woman over. The owner doesn't want her there. The renter says he wants her there. Bubba says she has to leave or she can leave with them. Bubba says if Karen doesn't leave he can arrest them all. She goes to leave and curses the owner out. Mike says 'he's fixin to jail her'. She gets so mad because he wants to screw her and she just wants to be friends. Mike says she shouldn't come over there and flaunt it front of him. She says she's not flaunting it. He says it's a figure of speech, she's in front of him. She says she didn't like him because he had no front teeth and was ugly looking.

ep 31: Houston, TX 1

(12:09 AM Street Patrol) Deputy James Billinovich talks about people who hate them and Sgt. Eugene Merritt briefs a group. In the car James says he hates thieves, maybe because he had 2 cars stolen in the last 10 years. high speed chase; juveniles steal car; rock throwing attack.

ep 30: Riverside County, CA 2

(3:32 PM Surveillance Operation) Sheriff's Dept - Detective Steve Brown is outside a helicopter and says they are flying two photo missions. One is in Quail Valley for heroin. Detective Rick Hall says they need pictures for the warrants by Thursday - a complete photo lineup. A man captures prowler; DUI suspect; cache of weapons recovered from drug lab.

ep 29: Riverside County, CA 1

(6:15 PM Warrant Briefing) Deputy Russ Wilson says the bad guys are either a patch holder for the Hell Angels or into it themselves. They are going to a meth lab is in a house and they don't know the status, if it's going to be bubbling or boxed up. Deputy Steve Peters says it's nerve racking, he gets butterflies, doesn't know if they are going to be home, if there are dogs, guns or what. They pound on the trailer and tell them to come out and they try to sneak out the back. They catch Sean and Shana out back. He says the guy is a friend of his from high school and he boogied out the back door, so he followed him. Shana says she's 20 and has a pipe on her. They find a plate of meth freshly cut, bags of pot and a M-16 with the serial numbers shaved off. Guns and dope always are together. They catch another group of people including Denise who is crying she came there with her dad. They check a girls' eyes and ask when was the last time she used speed. She denies it and is only 16, so they arrest her for being under the influence. Denise says she didn't do speed, her pupils are huge because she's scared. They say it doesn't work that way, so she says she smoked pot. Mom arrives and tells the 16 year old that she played with a rattlesnake and got bit. She says mom, not now. Mom is pissed and wants them to take her to jail. They aren't going to and she's willing to pay them to do it. She says the guy she's with isn't her boyfriend and shows them a picture of the guy. The girl doesn't think she screwed up and doesn't want to get in the car. She says she just dropped Jeremiah off. Mom doesn't even want her in her car. 35 hours of work on this case is over. (4:30 PM 911 Call) Sheriff's Dept - a man calls in that a woman has been shot in her living room, doesn't know how long she's been there and thinks she is dead. Kathy is crying in the background, it's her mother, no idea who did it. Deputy John Ruffcorn takes the call. Deputy Greg Colyer is on scene, he says there are 2 DOA, no suspects. The daughter and the son in law found them. Deputy Tom Segobia says they came in, found the step mother dead on the floor and the dad face down in the bedroom in a pool of blood. No one else lived there and no one stays with them. She thinks Carlos their neighbor was home, but doesn't know if he saw anything. They came over to borrow a chainsaw from her dad, knocked, no one answer, the door was unlocked, so they went around back and heard the dogs barking. She saw Carla there, couldn't get the phone to work, so she went next door. Tom tells her to hang tough, but she asks about her dad. He doesn't want to say, but admits he was found shot in the bedroom and he's dead. She breaks down. Tom says he hates this, there's no reason they should be dead. (6:52 PM Homicide Investigation) Detective Fred Breitkreuz says the back door was pried open, so that's where they'll start. Detective William Frogue says they'll probably be out there all night long. Inside the woman still has expensive jewelry on and a phone is in her hand. It doesn't look like a robbery since the TV is still there. (4:32 AM) Deputy Coroner Bob Overman is going to take the liver temperature to see how long they've been dead. It's 62 degrees, which means they've been dead 12-18 hours. They find blood on the side of the fridge and possibly gunpowder. (7:12 AM) They remove the bullet from the man after they've been there 12-14 hours. They come up with a dozen theories to what happened, one may be right, but they'll never know. Moreno Valley, CA (Gun Range) Sheriff's Dept - Deputy Duke Viveros fires at a target, reloads and is told to shoot 12 rounds into the last target line. Every three months they need to go down to the range and shoot a 210 score. If they fail they have to make it up. Not everyone shoots as much as they should and they'll regret it later when they get docked pay. He takes a call and pulls up to Maurice standing outside of his car. He tells him to put his hands up and he had a problem the other night. He says he didn't. Duke opens the trunk and there's a huge speaker inside. Maurice says he talked to her parents, told them he's 18, she's 14, they understood that. They thought he was going to rape her, he says he's not like that. They went to a party, she got drunk and said she was so horny in front of five guys. Deputy Heidi Godfrey says it's illegal for him to have sex with her. He knows, but she insisted saying she was ready. He didn't want to at first, but she assured him no one would find out. He says she wasn't drunk last night and he bought her an expensive ring. She says she loves him a lot, doesn't care if she got pregnant and wants kids. He asked for the ring back after what she did last night. Then she got mad and accused him of rape last night. He has two marks on his neck, she gave him a hickey and he gave one back. He says if it's love age shouldn't matter. They explain it's the law. He's arrested for unlawful intercourse with a minor. He's not thinking about being with an underage girl drinking, getting drunk and having sex.

ep 28: Tucson, AZ 2

(9:48 PM Shooting Call) Officer Terri O'Rourke says she always wanted to be a cop since 7th 8th grade. They asked her what she wanted to do with her life and they laughed at her because there weren't a lot of female cops. It was always something she was interested in, so she did it. A call of someone who got shot and 3 men left the scene in a yellow car comes in. She pulls up and there is a lot of commotion, lots of cops, Fire Dept and people yelling. A black guy thought they were playing, then they grabbed his neck, put a gun to his throat and said you wanna shoot? So they shot at them. They come there to visit Bertha at her apartment all the time. They are two brothers and can ID the shooters. The big guy Willie got hit with shrapnel. Willie says he and his brother were coming downstairs and they were approached. A guy was making noise, they were playing, then the woman driving the car started calling them niggers. They drive back to the scene where the three Mexican males are caught. The are juveniles ages 16 & 18. Willie says that's them, but he doesn't know who shot him. There is a pair of guns on the seat of their car. Willie went in for surgery, but there was no bullet inside of him, it only grazed him. He'll be in the hospital a few days. One is arrested for assault and the rest are pending. (Street Patrol) Officer Gary Lynch says he is very active in his church and feels sorry for a lot of the people he deals with and understands a lot of the problems they have. When he first contacts them his whole rapport is he doesn't have to fight or arrest them. He doesn't want to do it, if he is calm and polite then they'll give him the same respect. (10:12 PM Domestic Dispute) A call of a family fight at a neighbor's house. They hear noises, no other info. They go up to the apartment complex and knock on the door with a Merry Christmas sign on it. The woman is below, says it's her apt. The guy was punching the wall and said he was going to kill her. Her 8 month old baby is in there and she is crying that her kids are freezing. Gary says to drop the kids at a neighbors' until they can get it sorted out. He's been drinking, just got home from a bar, has a knife and told her he would kill himself. Gary wants to ask the manager for a key, but she doesn't want him to do that. He told her if she called the cops he would shoot her. Gary says he might not mean that. She says he means it. A neighbor comes to take the kid. She says they have no phone and it's apt 38, so he goes to the manager. The man says he needs his wife. She gives them a key that should work. He goes and tries the key, but it doesn't work. They go to maintenance and get a ladder to climb up on the balcony to get in the sliding glass door. They get in and call for Danny and get no answer. Gary grabs the baby out of the crib while other cops search for him. He hands the baby to the fat mother who is busy smoking and hits the kid with the cigarette. Danny's hand is cut open, he says it's from hitting a glass picture and wants a cigarette. He's under arrest. Paramedics are going to check him out first. She is upset, can't believe he is going along with it. He's been arrested for domestic before and so has she, it's nothing new to her. (8:04 PM Burglary Call) Officer Steve McGuigan says the public perceives them as being different, cold hearted and mean, but they are people too who grew up the same as everyone else. When they get off the job they all do different kinds of things and people perceive them differently. He goes to a park at night and plays basketball with young kids. He hits a shot and says they owe him a dollar and he'll be back for it. Another unit spotted a suspect, doesn't know what for yet and he drives over to assist. The apartment was burgled and they got a good boot print on the door and fingerprints. He's now supposed to be at the Red Dog drinking. They'll have the victim call him at the bar and make sure he is there so they can bust him. The guy says he stole a microwave and some 8 track tapes. The guy says he got all belligerent and he needed to leave. He calls to talk to Richard and says to go out by the phone, he's got his money, he'll be there in 5 minutes. They drive there, but have no probable cause so they will just interview him and see what he says. They find him walking into the bar and he agrees to talk. He's all nice and turns over a pocket knife. He says he worked phone sales for the guy. He checks his boots and says they scuff nice. He says he kicked the door a couple days ago and denies knowing anything about a microwave or 8 track tapes and doesn't know they had that. It's Friday, he kicked the door on Wednesday. He agrees to go over there and talk to the guy. He's not mad about the money. They tell him witnesses say the door was clean yesterday, so he's under arrest, put the cigarette out. He kicked it Wed or Thurs. They find the stolen stuff behind a bush and want to check it for prints first. Forensics arrives to dust for prints and finds good prints on the door and the property. He then admits he stole the stuff at 5-6pm and stashed it. He has no electricity, so he was holding it for ransom until he got the $16 back he owed him.

ep 27: Tucson, AZ 1

(4:07 PM Warrant Briefing) Metropolitan Area Narcotics Trafficking Interdiction Squad - Agent Tom Moorehead says this will be a search warrant on a ranch they were at last year where 2700 pounds of pot were seized. Ernie is the main player, got caught in CA with 100 pounds years ago. They saw a ton, he's moving out and needs to unload it. The squad arms up and most have their faces hidden. A surveillance team checks out the ranch for people or suspicious activity. Tom's biggest fear is the weed is gone. You file your paperwork and hope it's still there. They are in the middle of the desert, the nearest house is 7 miles away and backup is 1 hour away. He calls the team and he spots two men going in and out of a trailer, 6 subjects total no weapons. (5:18 PM Warrant Served) They pour in with assault weapons and tell the guys to go down, but they don't listen. One guy runs and they search a trailer for him. They put bags over the criminals heads. They only find a few hundred pounds of drugs, it's like having a date with Bo Derek and getting Olive Oyl when you show up. One guy says it's not his house and he's mirandized. The guy says Brian offered him a large sum of money to stay in the trailer, doesn't know how much. A UC tells Tom who was going in and out, no one pulled up the whole time. The guy with the 42 shirt was going in and out. There is 155 pounds total. Detective Roy Leblanc finds ledgers showing how many bales he has, hundreds of thousands of dollars worth. (3:22 AM Street Patrol) Officer Gary Lynch has been there 19 years, 5 months and has lived there 30 years. He was a mortician before, has no thought of leaving, can retire in 6 months, but loves the job so much that he wants to stay longer. (4:06 AM Domestic Dispute) A caller said a fight has been going on all night in an apartment, that has now moved out into the parking lot. He talks to Christine, DOB 12/24/45, who says they weren't fighting, just trying to find the keys to the apartment. They are from Phoenix, looking for work, only her, her husband and Dan are in there. The husband says his plans were to feed the snake and put him in the box in his truck. He wanted to keep him warm and he was playing with him on the floor all night. He wants to show Gary. He just did it, milked it, a diamondback with 5 rattles and he has a degree from the University of Hawaii. He opens a box, it's 4 and 1/2 feet long and rattling, but he's not breaking law as long as he keeps it in a box. He asks what's going on. Roy explains if he goes back inside there's no problem. He asks Roy if he wants to see him milk it. Roy doesn't. He says he's a long haul cross-country truck driver who used to own 7 pet shops. It got so lonely it was like doing time, so he got a woman. (4:10 PM Roll Call) Sgt. Pat Walters says there's a note about Xmas open house 12/20, flyers are distributed to 7 retirement homes, $200 was donated for food, they don't need any more money, but if they want to donate food that'll be good. (8:22 PM Burglary Call) Officer Terri O'Rourke goes to a school and a helicopter is overhead. The alarm went off and someone is inside. A SAM unit is going in with a dog starting in the kitchen. The dog jumps up on the stage, then checks rooms and the thief is found under a sink. He says he's not moving, he has medication, is alone and is face down. They wanted the dog to get them. Terri says it was textbook and when they were in the academy they were told people usually hide in the obvious places and there he was. She was glad she got him before the dog, it feels good.

ep 26: Tampa, FL 2

(10:52 PM Burglary Call) Officer Michael Anderson says his mom worries, but feels he is safer there instead of Miami. They are proud to have a cop in the family and she is proud to say she has a boy that's an officer. When he was 10 they had an Officer Friendly program in school and he's been interested in it ever sense. He kept clean to make his goal of being a cop and now he wants to be an FBI agent. Two white guys broke into a school and he goes in looking for them. Two other cops are inside and they've caught one guy. Another guy in all black is supposed to be on the roof with a bag of tools with a knife. They look in the gym, but can't find him. There is some sort of leak and water on the floor. They ask the guy how tall his friend is. He says he has a tool on him from work. They ask if his job is a burglar. He says no. They find money on him and he says he wants it back because it's his pay. They broke into the kitchen and trashed the place. The floor is covered with food and stuff they threw - fries, mustard and ketchup sprayed on all the walls. The thief Robert says his buddy is Rick, but he doesn't know his last name of where he lives. Mike says then it will all go on him. If he thinks of anything, let him know. (8:20 PM Domestic Dispute) Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department - Deputy Mike Fields says with any domestic it's difficult to tell the players without a score card. There are usually lots of people involved, with lots of ways they think it's supposed to be and they all think they are right. He says it's in the Suitcase City area where everyone moves around so much. There is another cop there and a Chevy Caprice in the driveway. The call is the husband is harassing her by pulling up and knocking on the door. Deputy Jeff Samberg is there. David says she is 29 and he goes to church and he's trying to get her to come with him and she won't. He doesn't want her to commit adultery again. He calls her and the family hangs up on him. He hangs out in front of the house yelling for her to come out. He wants her to come out and he'll buy her cigarettes and help her out. They are married, but separated. She is obsessive compulsive and he just wants her to come to counseling with him. He loves Debbie, wants to take her to dinner, wants to be with his wife on Saturday night, he'll buy her lobster or shrimp. Mike says he's been there before, knows they have lots of cats and wonders if his strategy has worked before. It sounds weird that he's trying to barter with cigarettes and shrimp. The morbidly obese mother tells him she doesn't want him around anymore. If he comes back he'll be arrested for trespassing. They write it up. Debbie comes out, is taller than David and asks if he has any cigarettes on him. She can't leave because she doesn't trust him, he'll hurt her. He says he'll never hurt her. Robin filed the trespass, not her. He has to pick her up in the street then. She says she'll go with him and talk, she owes him that much. First no one wanted to be around, then they are leaving together. Mike says that's the first time he heard that one work, from now on he'll send people to Red Lobster with a coupon. (9:06 PM) Officer John Hocker says the only calls his squad answers on the radio are fatal accidents or damage to a city vehicle. There are certain times of the year they focus on DUIs like the holidays, around now. He has a mounted camera he can turn on if he sees someone driving erratically - don't drink and drive or he'll get you. Officer Tim Grams wants to do a field sobriety test and he needs John to come there with the camera to record it. Tim demonstrates how he wants him to walk - 9-10 steps heel to toe. Mr. Lee walks 6 steps, almost falls over and says you got me on that one. He is arrested. John spots a car driving all over the road on Independence and Memorial. The guy gets out and he asks him to see his license. He says he doesn't have it with him. He has one, then admits he doesn't have one. He doesn't know why, then he says it's suspended. John says he was weaving. He says his girlfriend is horny, was grabbing on him and he only had 8 beers. The woman says she only had a couple. John takes him to the station to give him a breathalizer test and Officer Lyman D. Graham tests him. He has to blow into a tube hard for about 15 seconds. Impaired is point .10, his first is point .11 and his second is .10 so he's legally impaired. They go to take his picture and arrest him. It will be $500 to bond him out. The guy shakes John's hand and says he wants to thank him for treating him like a gentleman, he appreciates it. John thanks him. He says he was a real nice guy and it makes him feel bad to put him in jail, but nice guys can still kill people.

ep 25: Tampa, FL 1

(3:32 PM Quad Squad Briefing) Officer Vickie Thomas is at home getting her gear ready for work. Her job is very exciting, going out dealing with the scum as the mayor would call them. She never knows what to expect, be prepared for anything, likes a good fight, it gets the adrenaline pumping, likes to get in there, roll around, give her a fight any day. She gets in her car and drives to work. Sgt. Jim Diamond says they are going to do a buy/bust operation and they have two women in the car, so take care of them. Vickie is a single mom with a six year old son and likes these busts because they are dangerous and exciting. If she was to die her son would be a very rich little boy because she has lots of insurance. They decide to focus on one area because they are losing light. Vickie stops and asks a young girl for a dime. She asks them if they are vice and only has a small piece because she doesn't know them. She hands it to them and they check it out and wind up buying it. They try to say they've seen her around, she says they don't look like vice and the guys don't want her to sell it. She has a blue skirt and a red doorag on and goes back in the Honky Tonk. They drive over there and catch her. Vickie feels sorry for her, but she's glad to get them off the street because they don't care who they sell too like 8, 9 or 10 year olds. (5:05 PM) They make another stop. There are some guys hanging around and they ask for a dime. They go back and get a guy who comes back with a rock. They give it to them, they taste it and say someone sold them wax on the other side of town. The guy asks her if she wants a boyfriend. She says no, but that he is kinda cute. They ask if they are cops and they say they wouldn't do them like that. She radios it in, they are caught and they find a pill canister filled with $20 pieces. She feels sorry for the girls who are trying to support 4-5 kids, but the guys she has no pity for and will bust them all day every day if she can. (4:43 PM Man with Gun Call) Officer Micki Mashburn has a bad died blond mullet and short spiky hair. She has worked this area for over 5 years. You get to know the area and the people, they know when you are on or off shift and when they can commit crimes. They sell drugs and quit when she comes on duty. There is a suspect standing on Ford and Mitchell, possibly armed. It was called in by someone who knows him. He is walking near a place called Checkers with four guys there. She calls him over, checks him and he has no ID. He is all fidgety and says he doesn’t live there and is visiting his grandma, but doesn't know her address. She lives over there. He has a beeper, says the guys are his partners and has no answer why he doesn't carry ID. She puts him in the back of the car and goes over to the wall where they were hanging out and finds drugs behind it. There is a canister of rocks and Quaaludes. The guys are on another corner and she asks if they want to claim it and they say no. The charge is with the guy in the red shirt. Mark arrives as back up and she wants him to search the suspect, especially if he shoved something in his crotch area. (Airport Narcotics Unit) Sgt. Danny Long has information from the FBI and a photo of someone who is supposed to be flying out of Tampa and carrying narcotics, unknown what kind. They have their names and they are on the manifest. Detective James Contento asks if it's in the luggage or on them, but they don't know. They walk over to the Delta check in and are in plain clothes. They spot and follow them to the stairs and check the guy at the bottom. They ask if they can talk to him and if they can search his bag. The woman he is with asks if he's in trouble for flying under a different name. Detective James Quinn searches too. They find a joint which she says she forgot was there. They bring in the dog and then search their clothes. They find a large bag of pot and tell her they'll bring a female officer to search her. She says they just bought the pot to smoke it and are not dealers. She is under arrest, it's a felony possession. They say they can put her husband on another flight, but she says she is staying with him. They find pills on her and she says they are diet pills, but has no prescription and got them from a friend. She says she's overweight, lost 40 pounds and has people ask her if she's pregnant all the time. The husband takes her stuff and leaves. She says it's a chance for him to be a standup boyfriend to come back and get her out of jail.

ep 24: Pittsburgh, PA 2

(2:04 AM Domestic Dispute Call) Officer Pat Logan says on the job they've broken his arm, fractured his skull, stabbed him four times, run him over with a stolen car, smashed into him with a stolen car and put him out of commission a couple of time. He’s been in four gun battles and one where he saved an officer's life. He still has nightmares about gun battles and getting shot at, every once in a while wakes up in a cold sweat. You either live with it or like he does and talks to his buddy who is a psychologist. He says it's not his fault the way the world is. It's good. Or guys who don't believe that wind up chewing on a gun barrel leaving a family behind who doesn't understand. He doesn't take his problems home. He pulls up to the house and says to put the dog in the basement, that's a grand idea. A black couple is arguing. He says he's got the receipts, pays the rent and phone, she just pays the gas. They went to a bar, were drinking and she has no food. Linda Jackson's tired of him beating her ass and she pays everything. He's got all the receipts, ask the landlord next door. She says she called the police last week and they didn't do anything and he bought the receipt book from a dollar store. She cries and says it's her house, she bought it. Pat says to stop shouting. The landlady says they both rent there. If she wants to leave she'll have to talk to someone because they are leaving. He says she can take the stereo and TV and she had nothing when they moved in. She doesn't stop talking for a second and says everything is hers, the landlady is lying, she sends him to pay the rent and won't do anything unless she is bleeding. They tell her to go to her mother's or go to jail since she is drunk. Tomorrow she can go to a magistrate and get a warrant. She doesn't want him to take anything while she's gone. Put your socks on, go to Hermitage street and go so they can conclude this. She says she's not drunk, knows the steps and won't fall. Outside Pat says he's getting too old for this screaming Mimi stuff, another fun night. (Thursday 7:50 PM) Detective Jack Bauer says there is a trail of blood leading from the doorway south along the building, no witness. There is a dead black man on the ground stabbed in the chest. A couple of suspects come in and they are taking blood samples to make sure it's all the victims. They take pictures of him and his girlfriend says they lived together 3-4 years and have a 2 year old. He lives with his mom since they were having problems. He owed her money and was with Darlene getting money to give her and that was the last she heard. Detective Clifton L. Pugh is on the Homicide Bureau and reads the story. Lee had gotten beaten up, called Snuggles and left him his beeper number. Commander of Investigations Ronald B. Freeman says Lee is the victim. They took $500 worth of drugs and Cornelius said he was going to cap him for ripping people off. A woman told them not to kill him, that's jive. They said they were going to take him out. (Monday 1:15 AM) Communications Center takes the (Vehicle Pursuit Call) A car crashes and there is a bloody woman inside, one of them has a warrant for homicide. Lt. Richard M. Dwyer says the man driving is their suspect. He drove through a red light in Oakland, ran on foot and was caught. He was brought in and gave a statement. In jail he said the cops pulled him over for running a stop sign. He admits he stabbed Lee, but says Lee attacked him, got in his face and he stabbed him. He didn't mean to kill him, he's not no murderer. (8:19 PM 911 Call) Officer Thomas Harris has been there 14 years, but his ideals changed. At first it was a career opportunity, steady job, you go through phases, everyone goes to jail, you are going to change the world. Now he chooses prevention. If you can wake someone up before they get in the system, then you've done more than the system can do. It starts raining hard as a man is interfering with a baby. They are outside and the mother gave the baby to the dad who is a drunk with a flat top. He says he drinks, but is not a drunk. She is drunk and mouthing off that she works hard. Thomas is mad, he says the kid should be inside and should be taken to child protective services. The witness says that's why he called. Thomas says forget this and they chase after them to take the kid. The mother flips out, fights, get hysterical and the dad asks can't he take her home? They take the kid to the station and will lock the parents up. Officer Kim Braddock holds the baby. Thomas tells the dad to permit it is the same as doing it. The witness says he tried to get the carriage up over the curb and it fell twice and the kid fell out both times. The original witness is also there and saw them drunk and fighting. They were in a bar drinking with the kid and passed the kid off to some derelict so they could fight. Child Youth Services is advised so a relative can be called. Thomas talks to the mom and says she needs to put the baby's well being ahead of her fun. She says her baby is with her, she takes the baby with her when she goes drinking since she can't get a babysitter. She says if she wants to go out with her man, that's fine. Thomas says she isn't getting it. She says if the kid fell why come she not bruised. Tom says she fell out twice, god was watching them. #324.

ep 23: Pittsburgh, PA 1

(8:12 PM Stolen Vehicle Call) Officer Philip Mercurio got his K-9 Louie on 12/22/89 out of a dog pound at the Humane Society. He's a Rottweiler and he trained him for 4 months. The first time he saw the dog go after someone on the street for going after him and it was amazing. You get attached. He's seen two K-9 men lose their dogs. You see grown men crying over a dog and it's strange, but now he understands the attachment. He chases a silver Mercedes Benz on Clarissa St. Traffic gets in way and he yells. It's a personalized plate. They bail out on foot and give chase. He tells Louie "good boy" over and over. They catch a young black guy near a bunch of cars. Phil says if he moves he'll break his head open. The other got away beside the hospital. They make the guy lie down and run out to the street to look for the other guy. He tells a guy to watch him and goes over to the next guy who is caught by a civilian behind the Atlantic. Four guys were in the car and two were caught. The guy had to jump on the car to get away from the dog, he was proud. (11:24 PM Street Patrol) Officer Thomas Harris says the ladies of the evening are out. They are going to disperse them instead of arresting them. The area of the hill is heavy with whores. He spots a girl who tries to hide who would rather be arrested than get a lecture. They run from him hard to avoid lectures. He talks to a woman who says she's waiting for a bus. There were whores around who moved on and she's not working. She's a diabetic and can't use drugs. He knows the prostitutes and hasn't seen her before, if he sees her again he won't buy it. You can fool him once, maybe twice. Tom says two cars just checked her out. Leon pulls up and they don't recognize her. She lives in Liberty, but can't say which street. She does have ID though. He asks where her carfare is. She doesn't understand and says she has a bus pass. She digs around for it and he says he's had checks come faster in the mail. She keeps looking and can't find it. He says she played him and she wants her tissues back. He says he doesn't want her snot rag and will engrain her face into his brain. He would rather she told him the truth and he wouldn't have arrested her, but she danced around him like Ginger Rogers. She says she stays at East Liberty, but was staying with her nieces. She finally admits she came out there to work. His head is spinning, he's insulted. (11:40 PM 911 Call) Officer Joe Arroyo first started working at the jail when there was a full moon and there were lots of suicides and attempts. On the streets it makes people nuts, usually they are nice. They go crazy, he believes in it. Some people think they are crazy, but ask doctors or nurses in the ER and they'll tell you. It's a full moon tonight, so we'll see. Communications Center - Charles is on the 6th street bridge threatening to jump off. He has a history of alcohol abuse and wants his sister to come to him so they call her. Anthony Novak, a Paramedic from the Pittsburgh Fire Department talks to him. Charles gives them his mom's number in case they can't get the sister. He's way up high on the top of the bridge. He says no one cares so why should Officer Jean White care who is helping. Commander Robert McNeilly arrives. Jean has known him since they were kids. She tells him Mary Lou is on the way down. He wants to see his dad in heaven. They are sending a car for his sister and it takes time. Mary Lou arrives and is hysterical. She tells him please come down, please, talk to her. They tell her it's really wide up there, he didn't jump. There are a lot of birds up there making noise. She tells him she loves him, Carol loves him, Crystal loves him and to come down. Mom loves her. He asks if she wants him to jump. She says no. They won't touch him if he comes down, they'll just take him to get help. He starts coming down, doesn't remember climbing up there, he was drinking and sobered up when he got there and was scared to climb down. He didn't want the fire ladder. She hopes the next time she sees him he'll be happy like he used to be.

ep 22: New Jersey 5

(6:30 PM) Hoboken - Officer Mike Plunkett car 122 says there are good days and bad days. One minute you are locking someone up, the next you are delivering a baby. Every job is different. He gets a call to Sparrow's liquor store where someone tried to pass a counterfeit $50 dollar bill. Officer Gene Drayton is on the scene. The thief, Raymond, took off on 2nd and Washington St in a 4 door Cadillac, wearing a burgundy shirt, headband and is shirt, fat and white. They find Ray in a bar and bring him back to the scene to ID him. Detective Tom Connor and Detective Karen Dimonde have him. He was also on 6th st at Rocko's Liquor Store and passed a fake $50 there. The cops go there and retrieve it. Ray's friend says it was his bill and he sent him in with the money, they wouldn't take it so they went to another store and threw it down a sewer. Jersey City (11:45 PM Roll Call) Officer Elayne Zadroga says her dad and uncle were cops and her 7 brothers didn't follow in their footsteps. Officer Sal Noto started the job at age 32 and they call him the old rookie. (1:25 AM Disturbance Call) They go to a bar and Anne, an old black woman, was drinking and did nothing and the owner told her to leave and she didn't want to. They ask her to leave and she gets loud and points in Elayne's face. She pushes her finger away and Anne gets belligerent and it takes 3 cops to cuff and get her out. Her shoes fall off and so does her wig. They take her to the drunk tank as people laugh at her. Jersey City - West District - Officer Brian Rabbit says he's been there 3 years and still feels like a rookie. (9:46 PM Entry in Progress) It's in the back of a building on 80th ave. When they arrive the alarm is going off. Officer Jim Keating gets in the back and turns it off. The place is such a mess, including a large dead rat, that they can't tell if it is burglarized. A black man says his brother Warren tried to break in and rob all the people in the apartment. He has papers against him so they can arrest the guy. He is on the corner in a blue shirt, hat and brown jacket. They go and grab him and lock him up for 2 counts of burglary and theft.

ep 21: New Jersey 4

(12:47 AM Disturbance Call) Hoboken - Officer Mike Plunkett became an officer for the same reason most people do - to change the world, be somebody’s knight in shining armor, rid the city of all crime. It's a good attitude to have when you first come on, you need that, but when you’re on the streets a few weeks the reality check is you won't be a knight on shining armor, you can't change the streets and the best you can do is make your world a little better. When you retire you'll have a pretty good career to look back on. If you can survive 25 years you've got it made. It’s usually around the time when the bars start closing and there are a lot of problems. They centralize themselves in the areas where the bars are in case of problems. He pulls up to a bunch of guys fighting on a sidewalk. Two groups separate as one man in a blue shirt fights and a cop grabs him. A citizen takes his cuffs and cuffs the guy. His friend wants to take him home. They say too late, he’s under arrest. They say some guys threw him around and tossed him out. Ten guys did it, but they didn’t get thrown out. Why is getting arrested, they came out and found him? He assaulted a cop. Mike says he listened to him, now he can go home. How can he, that guy is his ride. He doesn’t care. Det. Brian Murphy says they went to take him out and he got loud and abusive and didn’t want to listen and pushed him around, he didn’t get hurt, just winded. Mike talks to the suspect at the station. He says he had his drinks, no problems, was having a good time. Then somebody said something to him, he came back, said something again. Then bing bang boom he hit the guy, but he didn’t know he was a cop or he wouldn’t have touched him. He should’ve looked first. He’s sure Mike’s been in a position like that before. No. You won’t admit it. He then realized he was a cop. Maybe you had too much to drink. I did. He can live with that. After Mike asks how could he not know he was a cop, he was in full uniform. It wasn’t like he was wearing a Good Humor uniform. He was blind drunk. He’ll get a summons, be home in an hour, should spend a weekend in county jail, maybe he’ll think twice before whacking a cop again. Jersey City (Narcotics Unit Briefing) Sgt. Brian McDonough says they caught a girl with cocaine and she told them there was a house with two Spanish chicks selling cocaine out of there. They have a warrant and it’s the top apartment #129. Sgt. Edwin Gillen says she’s an old heavy woman, over 50, maybe 45. Brian explains how they will go up and batter the door, it’s the weekend, don’t get hurt for it. Det. Dennis DeSefano says they are Medellin and laughs. (11:45 PM Service of Warrant) He says when they see the last man go in, Mike, go down the block and cover the sides of the building in case something comes out the window. They go up, knock, say ‘Policia’, then ram the door. A woman can be heard. Inside there are babies crying, they grab the woman and make her sit, they find an older woman, a man and three babies they secure. Dennis grabs wads of cash that are in a purse. They also find a welfare bundle of cash. The government is good to them. She laughs. They search her and make the family speak to her in Spanish and tell her to turn over any drugs or weapons. They also find a room of stolen clothes, all still have tags on them, enough for a 100 people. It’s like doing inventory for JC Penney. One has a tag for $50. They rob stores and trade them for drugs. Six suitcases full of kids shoes, a $75 David Benjamin dress, his wife doesn’t wear those and $60 pants. The woman in yellow says she likes it, she uses it. Good country, eh? The kids all scream and now they are worried about the kids when they are taking them out for locking up the grandmother. He’s worried about the kids while they deal. They see that and hate the cops, he would too if he was a kid. Brian says the grandmother was hiding in the closet with a couple grams of coke, she was the one in charge. They have a little bit of drugs and a lot of money, a lot of jewelry too. The daughter is in the cage yelling. They find an Irish good luck ring are any of them Irish? Did you go to St. Michael’s High School in 1972? It’s not the families jewelry it’s someone else’s. Jersey City (11:50 PM) Officer Thomas Porter gets out of his car at a park that overlooks the NYC skyline with the World Trade Center. They park everywhere, but there’s a fire pump they block. He has to chase them away to get them to park somewhere else. (12:21 AM Stolen Car Call) He gets in his car and they give chase on the Pulasky Skyway into Newark. Officer Robert Falconetti drives. A cop tells them they are ‘crazy Marty.’ They stop on a bridge, get out and run. Sirens are heard down the road. They are supposed to be around somewhere. They look over the bridge thinking he went over, but he didn’t jump, he was hanging over the side. They ask the guy they caught where do your friends live. On High St. in Jersey City. They go down and look up. They were chased down the ramp and one of the guys is hiding in the weeds somewhere. There was an accident the police were handling and they were trapped with nowhere to go so one guy jumped off the ramp, but who knows. (Street Patrol) Cops go to a lot where kids robbed a truck full of candy. Kids are dumping candy in a lot. The people say there wasn’t much before, then they saw them come around and dump some more. They ask what kind of truck it was. They are from the factory back there, it’s a white truck. It’s a candy caper. Thomas jokes for them to be under arrest and they all do and laugh. They doubt the thief will come back and the kids are having a ball with it, the candy is probably bad, but they’ll let them have fun with it. (1:47 AM) They find a car turned on its side. They parked it in front of a gate that reads, “No No No parking Anytime” in white spray paint. They got mad at them so the cops help out and turn the car back over. Over the credits is the mother daughter drug team at the station.

ep 20: New Jersey 3

(10:45 PM Roll Call) Jersey City – The Sgt. tells officers the Puerto Rican parade goes down to Grundy Park so give it special attention. That's it. One cop says he’s on motorcycle 56. Officer Thomas Porter says what he likes most is the people he's with, they are a rare breed, not many people like to work at midnight and sleep all day. His partner is Officer Robert Falconetti who says there is less traffic, it’s more informal, a different class of people and is best shift in the city (Saturday 11:56 PM Assault Call) Thomas says there are lots more violent crimes, it's not Mayberry. They go up to Daisy who says her boyfriend Ruben Trinidad punched her in the head and scratched her with a knife. He took the keys and dropped the knife. He's riding a bike, in a white t-shirt, black shorts and a blue Morley's hat. They know him and go to a park where he hangs out. He's been arrested before, everyone knows him, not a great guy, every cop and everyone in town knows him. He'll probably come back, he's stupid enough to. There are a bunch of guys sitting at a table who say Ruben left an hour or so ago. They talk to Mike on a corner who says he hasn't seen him all day as a pack of people behind him make noise. They say to call if he sees them and go back to Daisy and her friends to see if he came back. She needs to go to 762 Montgomery St. on Monday to file a complaint unless they catch him first. He'll come back, he's cocky. (Thursday, 9:40 PM Assault Call) They get a call of a female being assaulted right where Daisy was last time. It turns out she is Daisy. A woman says he tried to get her again, busted his eye open and he's out inn the back yard. They go out there and it's totally dark. Ruben is down on the ground by an underground door. He was trying to climb into a window to escape, fell and hit his head. He's Mexican, with a big dorag. He says, “I can't stand up, I'm dizzy yo.” Tom is going to cuff him and Ruben says he's tough, he'll show him how tough he is even when he's cuffed. Tom says he's tough too. Ruben says he's a punk, he can't beat him one on one. Daisy says she didn't want to be with him once he got drunk. They were all hanging out together and then it got bad. She is holding ice on her face and doesn't care what they do to him now. They are charging him with assault. He says he doesn't need to be charged with that. He ends everything with yo and curses them out. He says he can curse all he wants and is going to court on Monday for beating up a cop and didn't resist. They have him in a cage and ask him to spell his name and he says to make sure they spell it right, like Trinidad and Tobago. He hangs all over, that's why they can't find him. He's been locked up many times, has an extensive record, no girls like him and they reject him so he beats them up. She signed a complaint on him and the state has the toughest domestic violence laws in the country. Orange, NJ (10:20 PM Street Patrol) Officer Dennis Vega says most of the time he winds up doing what he's taught, not on the job, but when you were younger, how to treat people and how to react in different situations. If you get physical that doesn't solve things it creates new problems. If you fight with everyone you are not going to make it, this is not the job for it. A black guy flags him down and says his cousin has a problem with his sister and his kids. He says there is going to be a fight, but he can't explain it. He wants Dennis to go there, but he won't until he understands. He says the cousin and his ex are fighting over their kid and he'll ride down there on the hood if he wants. It started right there and now they're by the ice cream parlor. He says he's a short bald f--ker. The guy runs down there and Dennis meets him at the corner. A woman says the guy is lying on Bell Street all beat up. A witness says a guy beat him up and left him there. The guy is on his back spread out and mumbling. He indicates he can't breathe and can't move his leg. He starts crying and screaming. Dennis calls an ambulance. The cousin holds him down. The guy starts screaming and moving his legs because he wants him off him. He wants him to shut up. He keeps trying to get up and T holds him down. EMS arrives and T wants them to help, but the victim doesn't want their help, he can do it his own way, so Dennis calls them off. They started fighting on Jefferson St., he got bopped, is probably on the pipe and couldn't fight his way out of a paper bag. There was nothing the police could do about it, just can't let it get out of control and won't solve anything tonight.

ep 19: New Jersey 2

(Truck Sting Operation Briefing) Jersey City - Captain Bobby Martin says many trucks are getting broken into and getting hit heavy after getting steered off the turnpike down one way streets with no way to turn around. Conrail loaned them a surveillance van used in Boston. Chief Inspector Art Dunn from the Conrail PD shows it off on the inside. Zenith gave them empty VCR, camcorder and TV boxes and they are glued and taped together to look flush. The giant crate on the left side is where the cops hide and it opens up to block the thieves in by wedging against the with a board on the floor. It's set up nice so they'll run inside and grab the equipment. They are in back of the projects. Officer Paul is driving the 18 wheeler Trailvan and pretends he broke down. He gets out, pops the hood and a black guy comes right up to him, then Paul leaves it. Seconds later three black kids come up to break the seal with a stick. (5:15 PM Truck Interior) Officer Andrew Lancellotti explains to the rest how many will come in and then they can open it. There's a bathroom and a long bench to sit inside the large crate. The kid in a white shirt and red shorts goes back to get a broom to break the seal. They are so excited when they get in and run saying "VCRs!!" Police jump them and they are surprised. They say they'll drive it over to Duncan and Sgt. Walter Barrett follows them over. They explain to Paul which way to turn and open the hood so they can see it better then he walks away from the truck. (7:55 PM) A black kid in white shorts works on the lock. He gets it open and excitedly signals his friends to come. When one joins him they jump them, but the second guy gets away. The first guy says they made him do it. When they pull him out of the truck a group of women laugh at him. He says he's 14. It starts to get dark so they call it off. He says they'll meet up and get them out of the back and they are thankful. Tomorrow they'll start earlier. Captain Bobby Martin says they did a good job yesterday and will do it again today. It's a big industry, a billion dollars a year of theft. They are going back to Duncan. We see cops have to enter the crate from a trapdoor in the bottom of the truck. They stop near a park and call the truck. They tell him to turn the nose their way. He pops the hood and fiddles with the engine to make it look good. He goes in and grabs his briefcase and walks away. (3:30 PM) There is a large pack of black men across the street. One of them grabs a screwdriver and heads over as another becomes a lookout. The guy gets the lock off and madly jumps in and is grabbed. The others jump through the door and grab the second guy. It's Christmas in August, they are setting up again. There are only certain streets in the city designated for trucks and people will steer them the wrong way so they can rob them. The move the truck to a new street. (6:15 PM) Four guys appear and one goes in the cab. A Hispanic man in a white hat pops the seal and calls to his buddies "VCRehs!" He grabs one, they jump him and drop out the bottom and grab the others. He says he has no dope on him, his hat comes off on the way out and says he's the only one to blame. He uses a hand pumper as the tool. It took only six minutes for them to park and break in. Captain Bobby Martin says they do a lot of proactive and reactive stuff patrolling hot areas where there are purse snatchings and house entries. Where there is bad crime they will set up and let them do the crime and catch them in the act, they are the witnesses in court. It's not a victim, it's the police as witnesses, so 9 times out of 10 they'll cop a deal. (12:10 AM Suspicious Situation) They spot Rob going in and out of a super market with a bag in the pouring rain. The bag was empty at first, now it's full. They watch him for a while to see where he goes. He goes up 5th and they stop him in the street. They ask if he bought the stuff, but he has no receipts. He threw them away and has no money left. He has 20 packs of cigarettes. Rob looks familiar to them and they ask him if he got busted for breaking into a car. He says he doesn't do that stuff, but they did bust him 2 1/2 weeks ago. They saw him outside the Pathmark for 20-30 minutes and go back to the store to see if he bought them. A manager says he saw Rob there, but he didn't buy anything. Officer Andrew Lancellotti asks if can they ID the stuff. The cigarettes have a 4004 number on them that is the code for the store. He was running around, that why he didn't have a receipt. He stashed a bag by the diner and came back and grabbed more and went back. He was waiting for the rain to let up. He was there since 11 PM. Special thanks to Chief Richard J. Harrison.

ep 18: New Jersey 1

(12:45 AM Shooting Call) Jersey City - Officer Thomas Porter chose the job because his brother was in the department and most people on the block were cops, so he figured he might as well join. He's driving toward the WTC and says there's excellent job security, the money's not bad, the benefits are great and someone has to do it, doesn't mind helping people out once in a while, that's the job. Officer Robert Falconetti is his partner and they go to the call of a man shot in his car on Second and New York Ave. He is put in the ambulance since he's hit in the head. The car is off to the side on the curb with bullet holes in the window and spent shells on the ground so they leave it to the investigators. A call comes in that someone saw the shooter so they drive over to his backyard and eight cops chase down the tall black guy who says he doesn't know what happened. He's the right guy, but they can't find the gun that fired the 10 shots. (2:30 AM Shooting Call) Another shooting happened down the road, another fun night in the city. Tony is a black guy sitting on some stairs with a wound to the neck. They ask who shot him, he doesn't know, they took his wallet. They tell the ambulance to hurry since he's falling over. Tom tells the guy to go and asks if he stutters. EMS arrives. It's common in the projects, close to the first of the month, today is the fourth, they've had enough time to get their checks and go crazy. They go out on foot and ask the people around if they saw anything, but no one says a thing. There are lots of violent crimes and no one wants to rat on their friends. It's the code of silence, if they rat on someone, they'll be next. Hoboken - Sgt. Mike Plunkett asks the officers if they have their helmets and hands out their night sticks. They are short handed with only four of them until 8 o’clock. Have a good night. His great-great grandfather was a cop there in 1876 and his family has lived there since. There’s not as many crimes as there used to be. Lots of the bars now cater to the yuppies, instead of the working class when he was a kid, lots more fights back then. (5:15 PM Disturbance Call) He’s going to Redheads bar where the owner has a bat on a customer. The guy says a man threatened him over the phone with a bat. Someone broke into his house in Jersey City and has a bat with his name on it. They talk to the owner who says the guy charged $1300 on his account for City Paint and Johnny is getting billed for it. The guy says he used him as a reference and they sent the bill here by mistake. He says he bought stuff for the lady and they mistakenly assumed it was for Redheads. They said to bill it to Redheads and he said fine. He's paying it right now. He says Johnny told him his house was robbed. The Sgt. says the guy knew they were charging him and he gets tired of the guy talking and interrupting him. He yells at him to stop and tells Johnny he can file a complaint with the detective, it's a lot of money. He can file right now if he's threatened. Johnny says he didn't say it. The guy keeps saying he can't watch his back and the Sgt. believes Johnny. The guy keeps saying it's against the law to make threats and the account has been settled so he can do what he want. It'll be settled in court, not here. After Mike says people come from all over the world to see the NYC skyline and they see it every day. The shot includes the WTC. Orange PD - Officer Dennis Vega says it's good to know the community you are in. He was born and raised there. Lots of the cops there were born and raised in Orange and are trying to give back to the town. He goes to a block party and shakes hands with people as do other cops. (3:15 PM Domestic Call) A man took his child from the mother so they go to her rundown apartment and talk to the mother. The door is bashed and smashed and has ‘Jones’ written on it in marker. He won't open the door so they call him on the phone and tell him to open the door. He puts the mom on the phone and she says she wants her baby, he tells her to screw off. Her friend has a shirt that reads 'If you don't like my attitude dial 1-800-eat-sh!t' right in front of her kids. Dennis gets back on the phone and says he wants to make sure the baby is OK and to clear the hall. He finally opens the door and is still on the phone. He surrenders the kid, shakes the guys hand and tells him he can't use their kid to solve their problems. It'll make him look bad, even if he's right. These kind of situations can be explosive. The job has lots of judgment calls. Over the credits the WTC is seen from a distance.

ep 17: Las Vegas, NV 7

(7:45 PM Code Red - Officer Emergency) Metropolitan PD Southeast Area Command - Officer Jack Clark says because of the area with the high concentration of bars and casinos they have a DWI problem. People are either walking or driving, then it becomes a much more serious problem to put a thousand pound car in the hands of a drunk. He pulls over a white rental Cadillac with the horn stuck. They pop the hood and he tells them they can pull it and take it back to Budget. Then it suddenly stops. Metrocom Center - a call comes in for an officer down emergency. They radio Jack and he takes off. A cop got run over at Circus Circus, but they don't know if it's a real cop or security. He pulls up and Officer Frank Janise is down on the street with a stream of blood coming from his head. One man keeps him down, another holds his hand. Jack calls for an ETA on EMS. More people arrive and they caught the older male driver who hit him and has no license. EMS cuts Frank's jacket off. A witness says he had to chase the driver down the street. He wasn't sure what the guy was doing, he was trying to make up his mind what to do. He stopped and the man reached in and grabbed his keys. They think he's drunk and give him a field test. There was a DWI accident scene and Frank was there. The drunk ran through the scene and hit him. He's arrested for felony DWI because of the drinking and the injuries. They take Frank to University Medical Center for lacerations to his head, broken ribs and broken wrist. He was investigating a DWI and stopped traffic, the suspect drove through the accident scene, hit Frank and he went to leave. A guard chased him down and made him come back. (Seven Months Later) Officer Frank Janise talks about the accident. He arrived at the accident scene and went to get flares and find out about getting blood drawn for BAC. That's the last thing he remembers. He was told the man came across the Industrial road, went over the double line and hit him. The mirror on the truck hit him in the head and something cut through his shirt, jacket and vest. (5:50 PM Accident Call) He goes to where another cop has a man stopped and thinks he's drunk. Officer David Wagner explains the guy was making a westbound turn on Paradise, then a lady hit the back of the cab, plus there's a second accident. He gives the man a field test. Frank talks to the woman. She says the man sandwiched the guy between the truck and the cab almost killing him. (8:10 PM Accident Call) He goes to the call of a three car accident where paramedics have already arrived. He pulls up and the scene is full of people. He talks to a blonde woman who says the white car tried to make a left hand turn and the red car didn't yield. The white car's front is smashed in and the red car looks like a tinfoil ball. He can relate to them better because he was never involved in a DWI accident until he was hit. Everyone had seatbelts except for one lady in an 85 Oldsmobile who only got lacerations. The driver was lucky he had his belt on so he survived. The old saying is if you drink, don't drive. (6:40 PM Suspicious Vehicle) Northeast Area Command - Officer Thomas Fletcher has been assigned to the downtown area as a foot patrol officer. They run into a lot of homeless, a lot of robberies, find that a lot of their suspects come from in other cities. Then they find out they are also wanted back home, it's a very transient area. A red car is driving around a parking lot and they ask them what is the woman doing in the trunk of the hatchback and tell him to stop. He pulls over and they ask him why she is there. They were trying to get a room but it was $25. She has an Australian accent and says she's rode 5000 miles back there, that's why her leg is sore. The driver says he's rode back there. Officer Joseph Lombardo says he wouldn't ride there. Everything she owns is inside there and they laugh about it. (7:10 PM Domestic Disturbance) A woman is supposed to be holding a baby on the street and park rangers have her. They pull up and she is gone. The ranger points to where they went. They are across four lanes of traffic. Joe walks over and there is a man, woman and kid standing there. Cindy is upset, says her husband beat her and the cops let him go again. He's drunk and has a warrant out for his arrest. She's putting tape on a large cardboard box on the ground. Her husband knew she didn't have any money, thinks he went home and left her there. The guy with her is a stranger who gives her some money. He says it won't help much, but she shouldn't be out here like that. Her daughter is two and she told him she was going back to her parents in Phoenix. He was going to take her to get her check and he dropped her off there and left. He wants her to go and he told her so. She has no money, except what the guy gave her. She was going to get $128 from her check and Greyhound bus tickets as $32. Cops take her box, put it in their trunk and will go to Greyhound, they have some money. They drive her to the huge bus terminal and ask when the next bus is to Phoenix. It's 12:15am. They buy her a ticket and tell her if he shows up again tonight and tries to force her to do anything to tell the front desk and they'll come as fast as they can.

ep 16: Las Vegas, NV 6

(1:15 AM Fugitive Call) Metropolitan PD - Officer Mike Horn and K-9 Eich are needed and go to the scene. Sgt. Doug Gillespie tells him 575 wants to know what's going on 44 and 420, ran out the back. Patrol went to a house to get someone on a homicide warrant and the guy took off out the back door. He's armed with a knife and wanted for battery with a deadly weapon. He says the guy hopped over the back wall. Mike goes around back with the dog into a garage and asks an owner if they can go into their backyard to search. He says it's the worst kind of search he can do, he's worried more about getting shot by a resident than a suspect. They think someone is trying to rob them and shoot out their window or let their dogs out. He doesn't find anything and hears cops calling because another K-9 unit found him. He's cuffed on the ground with the dog trying to get him. One dog almost gets him and they yell at him to walk past them. He walks like he has all the time in the world. Mike has to yell to get the dog to stop. The guy says he just pushed her away, he's told he has warrants for attempted assault and attempted sexual battery. Mike trades barbs with the other K-9 officer. He calls him a rookie and he found him first, Mike says his dog was calm enough to cuff him, Doug says he would be calm too since he didn't make the catch. Mike says it's beginners luck, he's still a rookie and can't lie, there is competition, he wanted to make the catch, but Eich thinks he did anyway, so he still thinks he's top dog. (4:00 PM Indecent Exposure Call) Officer Randy Sutton says there are 240 million people in the country and only 500,000 cops. When you put on that uniform it's a lot of responsibility. The courts decided a cop can be sued as well as the department. What he worked so hard to get can be removed from him if the court decides he violated someone's rights. He goes to the call of Tanya who can see a man in his apartment with the drapes open masturbating in the window. The woman is outside when he pulls up and she points to where he is, but can't see him now. He backs up to get out of the way. She says he stands in the window with the curtains up and the window open and he plays with himself, it's embarrassing. She's getting sick of it and he acts like he hides. Tanya will file a crime report on him. Randy knocks on B1 and the guy says he's alone and he's wearing nothing but a small towel around his waist. Randy mirandizes him and asks if he knows why he's here. He says what is he supposed to say, he has a problem with her, but doesn't know her. He has scars on his back, knows what he was doing was wrong, is not going to deny it, but it was a spur of the moment thing. There was something about her, he saw her at the pool, liked the way she looked and thinks she's married. He's done it a couple times in front of her, but just her. He can see her across the way, finds her sexually attractive and there's not much he can really say. Randy tells him to get dressed. He has to go downtown and be charged with open and gross lewdness. If he's never been arrested they'll let him go. Is it necessary for him to be arrested. It's illegal to masturbate in front of women in Nevada. (12:15 AM Disturbance Call) Southeast Area Command - Officer Dominick Rodriguez says he always wanted to become a cop, was raised in this town and knows it sounds corny but he loves his community. He wanted to be a cop since he was a kid and wants to participate in helping the community instead of complaining about it. There are people in the emergency room raising heck and refusing to leave. A woman points to security and says two young guys are drunk and creating a disturbance. Mike cut off the tip of his finger and wanted to be seen first and got obnoxious. He asked him to leave, he wouldn't, they are packed and she wants him out. She will file a trespass on him. They guy is on the phone when Dom goes in. He tells him to get off. He says he's been there 90 minutes, he needs stitches and needs help now. He has a bloody towel on his hand and called 911 and they said they have to help him. Mike says the guard is playing Mr. Hero, won't help him, he's there first. Dom says it's a private hospital and they don't have to take care of him. Mike says his uncle is Chuck Thompson and he'll take care of them all. A guy and a girl come over and start yelling it's a customer service problem. He asks if someone had a gun in his stomach would they wait? The guy comes back and says he's been bleeding for two hours and Dom says he'll arrest Donald for obstruction. They feel strongly about him leaving, he'll go in and talk to them. He talks to a woman who says it's not an emergency and not life threatening. He needs 2 maybe 3 stitches and he's only been there 30 minutes. The others are a priority, they take them in priority order, people came in by ambulance and he spread the wound apart to make it bleed. Mike says she told him it would be 5 stitches. The waiting process is part of the game. He denies he was there only 30 minutes. Dom sympathizes with them, but they have to play the game and wait, other people have problems too.

ep 15: Las Vegas, NV 5

(7:20 PM Runaway Child) Metropolitan Police Dept - Officer Randy Sutton goes to the call of Jessie, an eight year-old boy, who ran away an hour ago after a domestic dispute and hasn't been seen since. He pulls up to #2645, clipboard in hand. The woman says he was beating up on some kids and she got done talking to him and sent him to his room until dinner and he might not get any. She never does that. Then her younger son Ricky told her he ran out the door with his backpack filled with toys. She went to the school, drove around to look for him, but didn’t find him. Randy calls Gloria on the phone then there is a knock on the door. The neighbors found Jessie and returned him. Randy calls the kid over and asks why he did it. He says Dave and cries. He says Dave hits him and all that, he’s his baby brother’s dad. He hits them both. Ricky says he doesn’t hit him. Jess says he does. He kicks him in the head in the morning to get him to go to school. He shows a mark on his face from him. He ran away because of Dave and thought his mom would be better off without him. Randy says that’s not true and he’ll talk to them both if he promises not to run away again. She’s holding a baby and says Dave never hit him with a belt, but he’s threatened to use it. He’s never been punched or slapped, but doesn’t know how he got the mark on his face. He doesn’t like Dave because he’s strict with him, he’s the only one who can keep him in line. She told him Dave would take care of him when he got home, that might be why he ran away. Randy sees no signs of abuse and lets him stay there. He leaves and thinks there is a grain of truth to the story, so he’s filing a report on it. (10:30 PM Traffic Stop) Southeast Area Command – Officer Dominick Rodriguez says if he can help someone out he’ll do it. That’s the best thing when you see someone in a tight spot who needs help and you can come through for them it’s a good feeling. He spots a small car run through a red light, it’s one of his pet peeves because it causes a lot of accidents. Carrie is laughing when he walks up. She says it wasn’t red when she went through and doesn’t have her license because she left it at home. She doesn’t drink, doesn’t do nothing. He writes her a ticket. She’s never run a red light before. He has her sign the ticket. She says deep inside she fells like he thinks she’s really guilty. He says he’s doesn’t, don’t be too upset about it, just don’t do it again. She says she’s shy and goes to start the car and it won’t start. She says it’s a bad alternator. She says it’s a 4 speed and she’s not good at push starting it. He says she has a complex. He’ll push her, pop it into second when she gets to the sign and it’ll be ready to go. He pushes her with the police car, then pulls up next to her and she says she ran out of gas. He says he’ll drive her to the gas station. She says it’s really embarrassing. He takes her to a phone and she calls the wrong he number. Then she calls her mom Carol and can’t handle it. Dom talks to her, says he needs to give Carrie a ride home. He explains she has a leak and doesn’t want to leave her at the 7-11, but he can’t drive her across town, she’ll be at Flamingo and Eastern. He feels safe leaving her there. Clark County Detention Center - Lt. Patricia Kessel says the first time coming to jail has got to be a horrendous experience, she would be terrified and she’s been there 12 years now. If you get someone shouting orders here and there, telling you do this, do that and you don’t know what’s happening to you, you are not a free person. It’s understandable that you are upset. They teach officers IPC – Inter Personal Communication. One of the most vital parts of their training program is to teach folks that when someone comes in and they are angry, calling you every obscene name in the book, clutching at you, grabbing at you or whatever, it’s not you they are angry at, it’s what you represent. They bring a drunk guy in and take his picture. He’s an older guy, says he’s got money and drives a Cadillac. They don’t want to hear he’s someone who knows the sheriff and everyone. Pat says they want a blood sample from him. They don’t want to grab them by the hair, it looks really bad, it’s a tactic that hurts, but doesn’t injure. It gets their attention, you have to get their attention before they’ll listen to you. The guy from before hit his face on the wall and bust his nose and mouth. He’s bleeding and a nurse cleans him up. Pat begs him to cooperate, they aren’t there to fight. He needs to agree to submit. He says he’s not fighting with anyone. She says he just needs to do what they ask. He says he’s not resisting and agrees to take a breath test, it’s that or blood. Officer Jack Clark talks to a woman who is belligerent. She curses him out and wants the cuffs off, but he won’t. She says someone needs to. She was caught giving oral sex in the back of a car and her fly is open. The guy from before says Jack hit him, someone hit him. He explains he hit the wall outside. Then he refuses the blood test so they take him off to the drunk tank. They smell alcohol on him. They’ll let him calm down and sleep it off. They take blood from another guy who asks why they are doing it. He says he wants them to test it for every kind of disease. The guy from before got all squirrelly in isolation. He got the cuffs off and punched a cop right in the face. They’ll have to file a report. They’ve heard, “I know the sheriff, the governor, I pay your salary.” She wants to ask them for a raise then.

ep 14: Las Vegas, NV 4

(Firing Range) Metropolitan PD - Officer Randy Sutton fires two clips. He was involved in a shooting incident using a 9mm. They shot at each other about 5 feet apart. He hit him in the chest, the guy missed him, but the suspect didn't even know he was hit, it didn't make him flinch. He decided it was time to switch to a heavier caliber weapon, a 45. He doesn't know if it’ll work better and hopefully won't find out. He then checks the target he was shooting at. (7:40 PM Person with a Gun Call) The man is supposed to be at the 7-11 near the airbase. He pulls up and walks up to a red car at gunpoint and makes the people inside put their hands up. The female driver comes out and he makes the passenger come out the same door. He asks what's going on and if he has a gun and he says yes. He makes him get his hands away, go down on his knees with his hands on head and then he cuffs him. He brings him over to his car, calls it in, and takes the gun. The guy says he's holding it for a friend. She says she didn't know about it. He says he doesn't know if it’s loaded, but it is. Backup arrives and searches him. They ask what his friends name is. He thinks about it for a while and says Ricky. He got it from a guy and got in trouble, so he's holding it for him. He's 19, he'll get concealment, and charged with having the serial number filed off. They find a bag of bullets, money and drugs. Everything is his, but the drugs are his friends. (Prostitution Sting) Officer Andrea Burman listens as Lt. Bill Young explains the game plan – a reverse soliciting targeting the Johns. Big problem lately, lots of them. He has Las Vegas Blvd drawn on the board. She'll take them into room 126 at an apartment complex. They'll have control room next door and two cops in the bathroom in her room. (11:40 PM) She walks on the street and guy pulls up. He says he works for the military and asks what pleases her. She says anything. He asks for a BJ and she says $20 and to meet her at apt 126. She tells him she just got there from California, has been there for two days and is getting all wet. She tells him to make himself comfortable and she’ll go in the bathroom. Mike and Leon bust him. The guy says 'oh, no. It's embarrassing." They tell him it's worse to get AIDS. There are now 72 whores that have AIDS on the street. He'll get a citation and they don't want to see him again. (12:20 PM) A guy walks over, he has a half-ounce of crack he wants to exchange for sex and brings a friend. One guy smokes and the other has a bag of beers. He asks her if she goes fast. She doesn’t understand and the cops jump out. She says the guy offered $20 for a BJ. She doesn't know what go fast is. The other guy wanted to have fun and has no money. The guy says he didn't have any meth, he was lying to her. The bring the hairy hippy guy with the beers says he was just going to sit there and drink beers and watch, he never made a deal. They let him go, then they find meth and needles on him and bring him back. Bill says he doesn't want those people in Vegas, if she wasn't a cop she would've been in trouble, that's the payoff. (11:00 PM Domestic Disturbance Call) Northeast Area Command gets a call and Randy is right there when it comes in. He pulls the woman out and she says she wants him out, doesn't want to live under the same roof, he's a drunk, it will help him. They've been married 30 years, and it's 30 years too long. He drinks all day, abuses her and tears her nerves to pieces. Randy can't remove him since he lives there. She tries to stay away all day so she doesn't have to be with him and can't even relax in her own damn trailer. Officer Russell Peterson backs him up. He has no relatives and if he did they wouldn't take him. Randy goes in and talks to Jack. He has a wound on his arm and says she bit him and he called the cops on her. She says she's on medication and doesn't need it until she's around him. Randy asks her if she knows about the domestic violence law. She doesn't know. He says if violence happens within four hours of them arriving he has to arrest someone. She is under arrest, but she thinks Jack is having her arrested. Randy says Jack doesn't know and he has to do it. She beat him with a broom and wants her purse. They'll get it. She says it's the most humiliating, disturbing thing.

ep 13: Las Vegas, NV 3

(Clark County District Court #4) Metro PD Judge Earle W. White, Jr. meets with Officer Randy Sutton in his chambers. He says the warrant is for a seizure of a bunch of guns. It started as a burglary of guns and drugs - legal steroids from Jeff. He found the guy who robbed him and took Randy to the suspect’s house in Henderson where he had the stuff. He told him the story how he was put on his knees at gunpoint and interrogated. He asked him how he came to Jeff’s house. He bought steroids from him for four months, he’s a big guy, body builder. Randy went to Judge Levitt and got papers. He’s a big gun aficionado. He came to the door with a glock on his hip when they arrested him. He has AK-47, he went to jail, is out now, but they want to go back and get the rest of the guns. Earle makes him swear that what he says is true and he does and signs it. Randy says outside they aren’t arresting him, they are just taking the guns, but they need warrants to remove the guns. Whenever you go to seize guns there is a heightened sense of danger. (4:00 PM Execution of Search Warrant) Randy knocks and tells Jeff to come out. A guy is standing and Randy tells him to get down at gunpoint because he has a gun on him and takes it. He asks if Jeff about the guns and he goes to get the key for the case and he tells him to sit. He says they can take all his guns and he’s not happy about it so they give him the warrant. They make him move away from the guns and unload the gun from the guest. They go in the closest and pull out assault rifles. The other guy had a pistol in a holster on his hip when they came in, so it’s not CCW. They find a huge box of steroids so Jeff’s under arrest again. He says they are the same ones from before. Under the bed are more guns and they start putting them on the bed and soon the bed is covered. Officer Chuck Pierce Jr. finds Jeff’s drug sales book and there are lots of high dollar sales listed including one for $1,500. Randy by law has to make a list of all the things he’s taking and knows he’s going to be there awhile and starts with an Uzi. Chuck makes call to Jeff’s relatives that they are arresting him and taking three semis, handguns, 100 pounds of ammo and 40-50 clips. Randy reads the label on the steroids that says “for vets to administer to horses only” and doesn’t think he would take something meant for horses. (10:20 PM Suspicious Person) Northeast Area Command – Officer Thomas Fletcher says he’s been fascinated by cops since he was five and grew up watching every cops show he could watch. So he joined the Marine Corps, became a military policeman, got out and has was hired in Vegas. He goes to a hotel at the 2000 block of Freemont and tells Jerry who is drunk to come out of the bushes. He talks to Peggy who was hiding from him and has kids, says they aren’t alone because she’s paying for a babysitter. How does she afford it? Her boyfriend is in prison. She’s been in Vegas for five days, she flushed her license, will show something else for ID. The drunk guy says she was paying $188 a week for a hotel and he was trying to find a cheaper place. She has Colorado ID, is going to dealer school and college? Which is it? She says they are the same. The guy says he sold his ID in 1987. They ask him why he did that. A guy needed it. The girl cries, says she has a 19 month old kid, she knows the guy’s a punk and a trouble maker, but she just moved here. The cops know the drunk guy. The cops admit they don’t know him and tell her to relax, she says she’s not spazzing. She met him at the Ambassador while playing some nickels slots and told him her story. Her mom died two weeks ago, she’s from Clinton, IO and thought this place was like Reno. What’s Reno like? Nicer. Tom is worried she’s out drinking beer in the bushes while her kids are alone. She says they aren’t and she has a 5 year old and a 2 year old. They remember seeing Jerry drinking behind the mini mart a few weeks ago. He admits he was there drinking. They tell him to go. He goes to get her bag and she tells him not to. They tell Peggy she can go and not to jump in the bushes with some scrounge she doesn’t know. She says where she’s from they believe people. She doesn’t know anybody here and she holds stuffed animals. They say she knows them know. Give them a call if she needs anything from now on. They see a lot of people like that, they come with their boyfriends and they leave them after a week and they have nothing, no money no job, nowhere to go. (7:00 PM Disturbance Call) Northeast Area Command - Officer Randy Sutton says the honest citizen has rights, to conduct his life free of being molested by burglars, rapists, gang members and other scum of the earth. Their job is to do the best they can to protect them from those leeches. It’s like the bullies in school, he never liked them. They take advantage of the weak and it’s their job to protect them. He goes to a 7-11 where a drunk man refuses to leave and now he’s harassing customers out front. He asks the guy what’s the problem. His shirt is open, his fat gut is exposed, he says no and walks away. Randy grabs him, says don’t walk away from me and asks him why they got a call. He says his car got stolen, he’s not harassing anyone. He tries to show his ID and says he’s had a lot to drink. His car was on the corner there. He walks around and tries to smoke, but Randy doesn’t want him to smoke. Want me to tell you what the truth is? Yes. He got high, gave money to a guy, thought he was his brother, gave him the keys and he took off. Randy asks what he was smoking. Rock. He gave the dealers his car so they could get more. The car is a 1979 Ford Fairmont. How long has he been smoking? Do you want the truth? Yes. Randy mirandizes him. He says he’ll tell him and understands his rights. He doesn’t know the license plate number, but it’s in his name though. All the paperwork is in the glove compartment. He gave it to them an hour ago and never thought they would take it. He’s been getting high with them for three days and knows where they live. He walks over and Randy says not to stand next to him. He wants to tell him. What were the guys’ names? He can’t tell. Randy arrests him for being under the influence of drugs. He cuffs him easily and puts him in the car. On the way to the station Randy says cocaine isn’t good for him. He asks him how much has he spent on dope in his life. He can’t tell him, maybe $30-40,000 and it’s not cheap.

ep 12: Las Vegas, NV 2

(LSP Unit Southeast Area Command) Metropolitan PD - Officer Jack Clark calls a suspect with a warrant and tells him he's from Dewercs, Mr. Rathford won a 27" TV set from RCA. It won't cost him anything, he just has to fill out a questionnaire after 30 days. They pay nothing, the company pays them. He'll have to fill out a 150 question form. They have 40 sets, would they like that? They just fill it out, put their name on the list and over the years they could get a VCR, stereo, etc.. Sgt. Sean Donnelly says they are doing a reverse, calling felons to appeal to their greed. They have a callback number to leave their name, number and when they are home so they don't have to waste time looking for them. The guy called him four times over the weekend, he wants the TV real bad. He has drug warrants and priors. (6:20 PM) They arrive at an apartment complex with a 27" RCA TV empty box and haul it over with two guys to make it look good. It is past a swing set where kids are playing. The door is open as they approach. He is anxiously waiting for them and Jack says they had a little misunderstanding, they are police officers and he is under arrest. He says what? His girl can't believe it. He knows he has warrants, says he has nothing on him and “oh, my god.” Bad news is he won't get a TV, good news is he'll go to Happyland to play volleyball. They ask him why he didn't pay his warrants, he says he just got a new job. At least he knows his warrant is taken care of now. They joke how heavy the TV with remote is as they load the empty box in the van with him. Jack says, 'By the way, Dewercs is screwed backwards." K-9 Unit - Officer Mike Horn and "Eich". Mike says he enjoys working with dogs and he enjoys police work, so it's the best of both worlds. There is more to it being a unit, get to chase subjects in the valley, escaped prisoners, makes the job more interesting. They got to a dog training field with an officer in a bite suit and go through a routine of pulling a man down. Trainer Len Durden says the man is threatening to use lethal force. The guy runs away and the dog goes after him. They've been together 4 years now, Eich is 2 years old. They work so close together, they start to think alike, they live together, no one feeds or pets the dog except for him. He's his master and the dog would lay down his life for him. (8:30 PM Code 3 Call) A white female escaped on Washington and Mohave and they are called in to look for her. Tom points where they last saw the woman and head that way. Mike talks to one woman outside and the dog indicates she's behind a high wall. Mike tells her to come out or he'll send in the dog. She doesn't and the dog hops right over the 7 foot concrete wall and jumps on her as she sits under a tree. Mike then calls him off. She is wearing a dark green top and no skirt, she's in black underwear. It turns out she is a man dressed as a woman and his penis is hanging out. Mike rewards the dog, calls him a good boy and pets him. Mike says the dog senses a fear smell like a color we can see. He was pulling him along and knew that was the suspect. Bike Patrol Unit - Sgt. Debra Gauthier says last week they issued 104 citations for misdemeanor traffic violations, 33 arrests, took 98 calls, filed 76 reports, 33 misdemeanor citations, 71 traffic citations, 91 car stops, 63 pedestrian stops, 14 FI's, 3 felony arrests, and 30 gross misdemeanor arrests. Keep up the good work, as the holidays approach they'll be more purse snatchers. Officer Rick Grande says when people are blasting stereos in a car they can't hear, but on a bike they can get hear. It’s a slow patrol 10-15 mph, where a car is 35pmh, so they can see and hear things a car can't. A couple is sitting on a bench and they ask them for ID Laura says she's 27 in Body Force shirt. The guy has a mullet and a butterfly on him. She says she went to jail for the wrong place at the wrong time. She got out of jail a few months ago for being in a cocaine house. He has attempted burglary and burglary, he is out of state and has to register within 48 hours entering Nevada. The butterfly knife he has is illegal, it's a felony. He has a walkman on while they talk and he is under arrest. They make Laura throw her trash out. People walk back and hang out to see what's going on. He wants his girl to hold his wallet, but only has $5 inside. He wants a cigarette and Debra says no, he struggles about it and she gets him in a choke hold. They tell Laura to take off. The mullet head stops answering questions without a lawyer. They were sitting on top of the bench and saw the knife, he's an ex-felon from Florida, been there three months.

ep 11: Las Vegas Special Edition 1 Hour

A cop in a helicopter says people look at Las Vegas as a place you can get rich quick whether through gambling or the rapid growth in the valley and when they get here and don’t realize that dream that’s where I encounter these people. (Theme song) North East Area Command – Officer Larry Burns says he moved there in 1980 to work construction, but he was also interested in police work since they didn’t make a lot of money he didn’t take it serious. After he spent his first night in a patrol car he knew that was the job for him, that he loves police work. (7:42 PM 911 Call Fight in Progress)/Drunk And Disorderly Call with Officer Dennis Magill/Strong Arm Robbery and Domestic Violence with Officers Thomas Fletcher and Joe Lombardo/Prostitution Sting with Lieutenant Bill Young and Officer Thomas Monihan (911 Call - Rape) Southeast Area Command – Tom calls in that a woman was raped and the operator asks when it happened. A few minutes ago, the girl is at his apartment, does she need an ambulance? No, he’s putting ice packs on her head, she’s hysterical. Keep her there. Officer Jack Clark goes to the house and Tom answers. He talks to Kelly, she has her head in lap crying and mumbling. Where did it happen, here? No. She knows the guy, he’s in his 40s, 50s. She was trying to sleep and this guy came over and tried to stick his fingers in her. Tom’s seen him by the Jacuzzi, talked to him, doesn’t really know him. They go around the corner, upstairs to the apartment where the guy lives. There are two guys sitting at the kitchen table under a huge American flag. There’s a shirtless bearded man climbing out the window and Jack pulls his gun and says give me a reason. He comes back in and Jack asks him if he’s Phil. He says no, he’s sleeping. They pull back the covers and Phil is in bed in his underwear. He doesn’t want to get up, wants to know what’s wrong so Jack jumps him and puts his knee on his back and cuffs him. He pulls him up and the man says easy. Officer Peter Rubini talks to John Christian. They don’t know what’s going on. He says Kelly was raped. She’s been there for two days and was passed out in the bed stark naked. The old guy went in there and laid down, they had a party, but he didn’t rape her. He didn’t do anything wrong, then she got up screaming. They take him out and say the problem is when they go to the jury it becomes a moral question instead of a legal question. Did he force himself on her? The evidence shows him that he did. Laughlin, NV (5:4 PM Child Neglect Complaint) Substation – Officer John Sias goes out to his truck and says it is a boomtown. When he arrived 6 years ago there were only 92 people living there, now there are 4500. On New Year’s Eve they had 70,000 people there. Their problem is having a lot of transients. It’s known as a boomtown so it draws a lot of people. He’s going to check on kids living in a trailer in unsanitary conditions. He goes into a casino and asks for Jimbo or Jenny. They aren’t sure if they are working. The kids are living in a trailer in the parking lot. The manager tried to look inside, but there’s a big dog tied to it. He drives them to the lot and there’s tons of trailers. He talks to the guy inside about the complaint and asks if there’s anyone else there, he’s not the father. John looks around, says it’s not safe and is unsanitary. He has to take them to Child Haven. He tells the girl he’s taking her there, it’s a nice place with toys, she’ll have to stay two days and be out Monday. Do you have a special toy you want to bring? Yes, what about your brother Cordell? Can you explain it to him? You are being a big girl, I need your help. He thanks the guy and he says to go before he’s not so cooperative. John says he better remain that way. The manager says he wants them out of there by tomorrow. They find out Bobbie, the mother, works in the casino as a dealer and they go to talk to her. She says she’s fine. John explains what happened and all she says is really, someone complained? He says it’s a mess, no fridge, no food, the bathroom stank and didn’t work plus the children weren’t clean. She says they hadn’t had a bath today. He’s taking the kids, they’ll be in the kids care, not the detention side. Something has to be done. She’ll send them to her mom’s house in California. She isn’t concerned at all. He understands she’s working on it, but he can’t leave them there. Las Vegas (6:33 PM Strong Arm Robbery) Northeast Area Command – Officer Joseph Lombardo says downtown has a variety of everything from street pushers, whores, transients, homeless and vagrants. You see them on TV and feel sorry for them, but an old guy is taking purses from old ladies, knocking them down, hurting them. He gives chase after a man was yelling for help. He catches the guy for robbing a blind man. They know Mike, they’ve arrested him before. Mike says you love me then. He checks him and says to go get the guy with the cane on the corner. He’s lying because he must be running for some reason. He cuffs him and he can barely get up. They bring the old man he robbed who says he took a whole lot of money from him, $6 or $7. Officer Thomas Fletcher gives him the money back and asks what happened. He was walking on Freemont Street and Mike reached in his pocket and took his money. He has polio, couldn’t chase him, told him to stop and is always in fear of his life. He’ll go to jail as long as he agrees to testify. It’s a worse crime, a larceny if he’s in fear. Mike specializes in victims, he watches and waits for them, preys on them. They take him to jail, before it was just petty and loitering, now it’s a felony, he’ll spend time in jail. (11:01 PM Communication Center) a woman takes a 911 call about a runaway car traveling in circles in the Mirage parking lot. They don’t know where the driver is. They pull up and someone suggests shooting out the tires. Cops say no. It’s an old blue car with a white hard top. People want to jump in, but they say to stay back. They ask for a large semi truck to block it. They talk to the woman owner who agrees they can break the window. Officer Dennis Magill runs over, whacks it with the nightstick on the passenger side and jumps in and stops it. The crowd cheers and he gives high fives. They say it was a wise decision, $50 to replace the window instead of smashing it with the trailer. They are all happy about it and he goes back and helps clean the glass out. He asks her how did it happen? It slipped out of park, she didn’t have it all the way in, got out and left it running, it hit the trailer and went around in circles. He doesn’t know how it happened, but nobody got hurt.

ep 10: Alaska 4

(12:15 PM Assault Call) Bethel - Alaska State Troopers – Sgt. Dan Hickman and 1st Sgt. Greg Close go out to a four-seater plane and fly to a shooting call. James shot at tow people and their dogs. They land on a dirt strip and meet a guy on a motorcycle who tells them James killed a dog and his sister ran away because of it and James is hiding out at his green house. They find him squatting outside when they arrive and go over and talk to him and cuff him in the front to be nice since they are now required by law to cuff suspects. Dan says there are lots of shooting and suicides up there. Five years in jail is the usual sentence. A 12 gauge shotgun is taken as well as bootlegged whiskey. They takes James back to the plane and fly him back with them. Anchorage 4:30 PM – K-9 Training Officer Keith Corder puts Officer Pam Nelson into the dog training suit because she is the only one who can fit inside. Officer Tom Katkus has the dog and it runs over and takes her down by the arm. (8:30 PM Domestic Disturbance) While patrolling Pam says people usually start partying at 11pm instead of 8pm in the lower 48, lots of weird things go on. She goes to a woman’s house who says it is haunted by a crying baby. Pam puts holy water in the closet to capture it. Officer James Conley takes the ‘ghost’ away in a ghost collector. She says it is easier to pretend with these people because they take it seriously. Anchorage (8:45 PM Assault Call) Officer Marc Woodward says it is always different, never boring. There is a call of a fight with several people in the middle of the road. They are gone when he gets there. He finds the victim, Terry, inside a video store bleeding. He says he was riding his bike, bought a six pack and then some black guys stopped him. A couple others in a car joined in and beat him up, threw glass bottles and his beers at him and stole the rest. He says not worry he’ll take care of them himself. (10:20 PM Disturbance Call) Marc finds Bobby on the street crying that his past keeps coming back to haunt him and he wants to die. He says he wants to go to API, but they won’t take him. Marc says he’ll help and drives him to API himself.

ep 9: Alaska 3

(9:30 PM Attempted Robbery Call) Anchorage - Officer Audie Holloway says the town is getting bigger, up to 230-250,000 people. They have their share of drugs and robberies there. Robert "Jay" Spinach attempted to rob a liquor store and took off. He gets caught and is scared and on crystal meth. He gets cuffed and starts to fight when the K9 is brought in. Kodiak AK (10:08 PM Disturbance Call) A bartender throws out two crazy, drunk Eskimo women from Ship's Bar. They go into another bar and start a fight. One of them gets a glass broken on her face. Lucy starts kicking the police car and screaming "liar" at them. They have to tie her down when she is brought into detox. Anchorage AK (5:14 PM Stolen Property Investigation) A man gets a call that his cell phone was stolen so he files a complaint and the police go to Cellular 1 where the guy with the stolen hone went. They trace him to his gas station and he says he bought it from Willie Earl. They go to Willie's place and he runs. They catch him in the weeds and take him to a magistrate and set bail at $1000. He says he paid $80 for the phone from Joe. (10:33 PM Street Patrol) A cop pulls a woman over in a rental car for speeding. She said she didn't realize she was going so fast since she isn't used to the car. He makes her raise her hand and swear she won't do it again.

ep 8: Alaska 2

(9:10 AM Drowning Investigation) Bethel State Troopers - Trooper Terry Asberry and Sgt. Dan Hickman got a call last night that three male youths were joyriding in a boat, took a sharp turn and the two in the back fell out. The driver came back and found one guy, but not the other. It'll take an hour to get there by plane, about 100 miles away. They wheel out a Cessna tri wheel from a hanger. They says the area looks smooth, but there is a lot of turmoil under the water, lots of eddies and drownings. Kotlik - they see nothing from the air. At the airport they meet Safety Officer William Murphy. He says they just gassed up and they've been using poles to drag both side of the river. They get a call that they found the victim and go to the wooden jail for a body bag. They drive a boat out and there are another 10 boats on the scene near where it happened. They have a foot sticking out of a line. They get into a second boat and spread out the body bag and pull the body in. They go to the magistrate to say the kid had no life vest on, if he did he probably would've lived. (4:58 PM Child Assault Call) Anchorage - Officer Marc Woodward says Alaska is a very liberal state. The people's rights are utmost so they have to be extra sharp with constitutional laws so they don't lose a case because of it. A teenager assaulted a small child and EMS is on the scene. They are in a field and the kid is screaming. His friend Brian who is 21 says he fed the kid alcohol because he wanted it. EMS needs to take him to the hospital, the kid says he had a couple of Coronas. He lives on Jewel Lake and has no phone. A witness says he saw the kid crawling away and the Brian picked him up and threw him, then tried to carry him away. He grabbed him and made him put the kid down. They drive Brian to talk to the parents. The kid says he made them drink. Brian says he wanted it. He drank some and didn't want anymore and they said to take it. Marc goes in to talk to the parents. Mom wants to kill Brian and Marc says he might himself. They do have a phone and call Providence Hospital. In the hospital the kid screams like crazy when they put a line in his throat with an IV in. His BAC is .178, would be 7-8 drinks for an adult, less for the kid. They won't charge Brian until they know more. They give him a citation instead of going to jail, but he'll have to go to court. The kid seems like a zombie. Marc says the kid could've died and Brian is stupid. Anytime a kid is in danger it hits closer to home, especially when you are a parent like he is. (9:20 PM Shoplifting Call) Anchorage - Officer Scott Jessen says he's originally from Boise ID and the army sent him up there in January 1979. He likes the country, it’s familiar. It's the same as Boise except for the snow and ice. They get a month of decent weather and the rest is snow. A kid stole a $14 book from a comic store. He tells the kid he is under arrest and asks why is he grinning at him. He says his dad's here. Scott says it's not a joke and he can take him to jail even if it's a comic. He says he's never been arrested and never stole before. He then says he didn’t steal it. He put it in his bag while he was still shopping. Scott tells him it's concealment. He tells him to sit and he starts crying. The dad says he's never done it before and had enough cash to buy it. There is a TMNT poster on the back door where he's sitting. There is an Archie Comics rack with Super Mario Brothers. Batman and Metallica Harvester of Sorrow shirts are hanging up. He says he was looking at a computer game and wanted to get some other stuff. His dad will take him and he has to go to juvenile court. The next time he will take him to jail, not to his dad. There is concealment and removal, he has to explain to his dad the difference, but both are a crime. The kid has a swatch watch with a swatch guard too. After Scott says he really didn't get through to the kid until he realized he could go to jail. He finally figured it out when he started crying, that's when you know you've made the point. Over the credits is footage with the body bag from the first segment.

ep 7: Alaska 1

(State Troopers) Nome - Trooper Ike Lorentz & Sgt. Al Schadle check the weather, 1000 foot overcast, visibility 15 miles. They are going 180 miles away, should take an hour. There was an assault and more a couple days ago. They look at the map and go out to top off the gas tank on their small plane. The state is 560,000 square miles, as big as the US. He'll work a 16 hour day and 10 of it is in the air. His beat is 200,000 square miles, if it's not the last frontier nothing is. (Village of Savoonga) There is a bootlegging operation where they make or can buy the alcohol and transport it to a dry village. This causes problems for at least a week until it dries up. Magistrate Abner Golorgergen meets them at the tiny airport. They ride in a truck to the magistrate’s office. Once there they talk to an Eskimo who seems high and usually isn't like that. There is a makeshift court in the building and they try the Eskimo man. He shot a rifle outside of a public building and was drunk in the second judicial district. The highest penalty is $5,000 and a year in jail. Ike says the man is a danger by the state of his mind and asks that bail be set in the matter. It is set at $1000. Abner wears sunglasses and jeans and as soon as he's done he takes the robe off. They have to take the man's possessions, but he doesn't want them to. He wants to take them home. He says they have to do it and he is in their possession until they get him back to Nome. He wanted help, turned himself in and wanted to get out of the village. They take him out to the airport, get on the plane and fly back. (Hit & Run Investigation) Anchorage PD - Officer Mark Hunstiger says people joke about the town. The nice thing about it is you can get to Alaska from there. There are 250,000 people living there, half the state. An island city stuck in a vast wilderness. They've had five hit & runs in the last 10 minutes by a man in an Arizona van. He spots the red van in a parking lot with a brown car under the back end. The guy ran off and witnesses point him across the street. The guy is behind a building where a woman is keeping her eye on him. He searches him and asks if he had any beers. He says three. Mark asks him if he had them all at the same time and he says yes. He admits he only backed over one car because he didn't see it. He didn't hit anyone else. His DOB is 2/31/59. Mark talks to witnesses and suddenly the drunk has left his car. He asks if this an escape and has to go back in the car. He says he will behave if he removes the cuffs. Mark says they don't make deals with drunks. They go to put him back and he fights. Two women help and they have to hobble him. He says to go ahead and arrest him. They agree. They take him back to the station and his BAC is .232. He says the Fiat parked behind him, it wasn't his fault. He skimmed off a car at a bar. Which one? The bar where they found him. He wasn't at a bar, he was at a credit union. He was? Mark says maybe they serve drinks there. The magistrate can't believe the damage he caused and since the guy only has $50 on him he won't make bail which is good because he's so dangerous. He can't believe no one got killed in his rampage. (State Troopers) Pilot Bob Larson is going to Seward to recover a body from a plane crash that happened three weeks ago. It is at the 3000 foot level in the mountains. The wreckage broke up bad the first time they were there when they found four bodies. The site is often in the clouds and they've been there four times already. Cpl. Jerry Fleetwood is coordinating the search. Hopefully he'll recover the body and the effects, ID it by whatever means, then notify the next of kin and get the remains back to them. A Cessna 207 during an hour flight tour that took people from a cruise ship hit the side of a mountain. They are supposed to meet climbers there. They land the helicopter on a mountain and walk over. Two male climbers are heading down tot he wreckage. Jerry says the best thing about being a trooper is the gratification from getting the job done. The only good thing there will be is to bring the remains back to the family. They find the body, load it up in a bag, move the helicopter and lower a tow rope down to get it. The father of the dead girl was waiting for her, but had to go back to Florida for medical reasons. Back at the base Jerry calls the father and says the body is at the funeral home where is wife is. He hopes that returning her will put it to rest in his mind.

ep 6: Minneapolis, MN 6

(3:13 PM Woman with a Gun Call) Officer Greg Hirsch says it's an interesting job, he works with 800 people where if he has a problem with 1 or 2 of them, that goes out the window when you go to back them up. He'll put his life down for those 800 people even if he's never met them before. He gets a call of a white woman with a gun at 2919 in the rear in a yellow shirt. They get out and run through a parking lot with guns drawn. There is a group of people in the lot and they tell the woman in yellow to get her hands up and she doesn't listen so someone pushes her forward. She says she doesn't have a gun, she did, but dropped it behind the car. They find an automatic handgun back there with no clip. A witness says she's been pointing the gun around for two hours. The cops came once and she said it was just a fight and they left and she started it again. Greg loves this job, where else can you go the wrong way doing 60mph on a one-way street. (7:05 PM Neighbor Dispute) A woman brings her kid over who says his brother's shirt was thrown on the neighbor's roof and he wanted to get it and the guy told him if he went up there he'd shoot him. She doesn't really know the neighbor. The neighbor says he's had a lot of problems with these kids. They take his stuff and damage his property. He found a kid on his roof, didn't know who was up there and they wouldn't come down so he told them if they didn't come down he said he would go get his gun. He admits it was the heat of the moment, a dumb thing to say, but he was tired because he had a really bad day and took it out on the kids. Greg says she can follow a criminal complaint on him and goes back and has the guy apologize so it doesn't have to go any further. It's better they try to get along, but next time ask the guy before you climb on his garage. (911 Call Domestic Violence) Officer Bill Thornberg says with domestics you never know what to expect when you get there. The tradition is a man threatening or hitting a woman and he goes off to jail, but you never know. Andrea Jones calls that her boyfriend went off on her, he's on cocaine, she can't control him and she cries. It is nighttime at house 1530. They walk up and hear gunfire in the distance. The guy inside says he's drunk again. She says he threatened to kill her and 911 heard it. He says it's just a threat thing, he does it all the time, but she denies it. He just came home, accused her of crazy things and threw her down. Police have been there before and she never pressed charges because she loved him. She wants him out, wants him arrested and wants to press charges. All her family is dead except for her sister upstairs and she couldn't get a hold of her. She said she didn't do anything. Officer Chuck Nathan checks him for weapons. She says he's been on coke for months and called her a slut. She was at her sisters, not at bars, found out he was on coke two weeks ago and called the crisis line, but they don't understand. Bill says no, he hasn't been out there before and gives her a card with victims rights and domestic violence info, how to get a restraining order and the number for a battered women's shelter. She says it's her home and if she leaves he'll follow her. They tell her to leave the phone off the hook. She doesn't want them to let him out tonight. Bill says they'll call before they let him out. She says to ask his mom how abusive he is, but only to her. Third Precinct - Officer Steve Setzer says the call is for neighbor trouble, one threatening another. It's pitch black when they walk up to the house and a guy says they are in the back fighting. They walk around and can hear a woman yelling. She said she heard the woman neighbor saying, "I hate those niggers and niggers this." The second woman says they cut her power and has to have all the smoke detectors wired together. She's white and was in her house having a private conversation. The black lady says she could hear it in her kitchen. Officer Cheri Dexter talks to her, she says she has two witnesses. Cheri says there is nothing they can do, how are they going to get along, it's between them and the landlord. A black guy with no shirt appears and says they threw beer at them. She says they threatened to blow up her house. Steve says for them all to go to bed and ignore each other. She says she pays $48 a month and it's a nice place. The white guy is drunk and told the black guy, "…for the niggers to get out of here." They go back around and tell them to cut the crap and stop yelling. The white guy says he told him he would get his gun and blow his brains out, is that right? Cheri says other neighbors are complaining too. She can't stay there all night, give it up tonight. Steve says it starts to seem like they are the problem, the guy is a drunk and obnoxious. The guy says he hasn't bothered anyone. He says maybe he will go to bed, maybe he won't. How dare he call me a drunk, how do to you know me, you're so tough? Steve says to come on out of his house. He makes noises at him and says he won't come out because then you'll arrest me. Steve says he's an obnoxious jerk, but there is no law allowing them to pull him out of his house and taking him to detox.

ep 5: Minneapolis, MN 5

(2:15 PM Riot Control Briefing) Deputy Chief Doug Smith says the Skinheads, Lawyers Guild and Woman against Military Madness will be in the demonstration at 3:30 PM by the federal building. Expect 300-500 people. They don't have a parade permit, won't disclose it so they’ll go in private to discourage and provoke the police. They will provoke by spray painting things. If cops move in they will throw rocks at them. They will ID the leaders and may wait until the end before they arrest people. A female cop goes undercover as a punk goth chick in a black wig with black lipstick. The cops get all their riot gear ready. A speaker says they have no permit, but will march anyway. A hippy leader approaches police who will assist them in any way possible. They will give a police escort, but keep the traffic blockage to a minimum and no vandalism. The guy says they don't want any trouble, want to march, traffic support is OK. Their chant is "We're going to beat back the Bush attack" and "1234 we don't want their bloody war." They put up posters and burn a dummy. Then things get out of hand and one person is arrested. They tell the leader they have painted the building twice, vandalized, enough is enough, time to move along. A couple fights and are arrested. The goal was to wait and surgically remove the leaders. A guy threw paint bombs and two people jumped them, all are arrested. (5:05 PM Debriefing) The leader bit an IDS guard and went to jail. The plain clothes people ID'd him, a job well done. (911 Call Street Fight) Third District – It’s at 3309 Clinton Ave, one male down, one might have a gun and a bunch of people have sticks and bats. They pull up and stop three guys, one has a bar. Officer Steve Setzer is there. A black guy has a huge stick in his pocket. He says a guy broke out his car window and called them niggers. Officer John Billington goes to the victim. He's a white guy with a bunch of cuts and a bloody nose he covers. He says they ran through his yard, didn't see them, but knows their car. Three black guys tried to break into his garage, he confronted them, they beat him and took off. His car also has windows broken out. One of the crooks says he punched him in the face and pulled a knife on them and they took off. He says there were two of them and stabbed their windows. One guy keeps yelling and John tells them to speak English, he's listening, stop the garbage. The guy in a Batman shirt gets loud and says the guy accused him of going through his yard. They ran and thought they caught him. The victim says they came through his yard and they beat him up. The criminals says they left their house, went to their car, the guy yelled at them, smashed their car and they chased him, but didn't catch them. No one knows what happened, both are lying and they can't tell who is telling the truth. They are going to write them up and cut them loose. What about their car? That's what insurance is for. Fourth Precinct Roll Call - Sgt. Frank Dallman reads a report about a young black thief who cuts in windows and steals things, tools and more. Officer Bill Thornberg has been there 15 years, likes the job since he's outside all day and can't stand office work. His car is his office, he's his own boss, other jobs aren't as flexible, the pay isn't great, but it's a good job. Officer Chuck Nathan is his partner. (7:48 PPM Fight Call) A man was hit in the face with a shovel. There is a massive group of people there when they arrive. The victim is on a lawn and is bloody and squirming. A woman and her children are screaming and crying all around. Bill says to move back, give him air, it's hot as hell. The victim's ear is split and he needs to stay down, but keeps trying to move. A crowd stands around, they don't know who he is, but know the guy who did it though. His name is Terry and the victim is George. He’s bleeding from his arm and ear. EMS arrives, says he's unconscious, they need to move him fast and holds his head. It's a struggle to move him. A witness says Terry broke a beer bottle and hit him. He pulled out a bunch of his hair, then they started punching and fighting. He was stabbed 4-5 times with bottle, split ear, cut artery in neck, spurting blood. It wasn't a shovel. They caught Terry a few blocks away. George's mother holds a bloody rag and throws it at the suspect. She says, "You hurt my boy, he loved you all this time. He is Indian, American.”

ep 4: Minneapolis, MN 4 - On the Home Front

(5:26 PM Sexual Assault Call) Third Precinct - A call comes in from a woman who says her 11 year-old daughter has been raped, it just happened and the suspect has left the scene. Officer Dan McShane and Officer Paul Cottingham go up to the house and say her they don’t know where it happened, have no suspect info and will take it as they get it. They walk up to the dirty house and the TV is blaring. Macy the girl says cousin Randy was going to take her to McDonald's and Freddy would pay for it. Freddy told her they would go around the corner, he’s someone they know and trust, a friend of her aunt and he's 35-40. He told them to get in the car so she got in the back and he told her to come up front. They went to McDonald's ordered food and he didn't pay for it. He told her to come in his car and sit up there, she said no, she was going to go to McDonald's and he said no, but they went anyway. He wanted to go to the movies, she said they couldn’t do that and he started the car, she wanted to go home, he parked and asked her to show him something. She says she didn't have anything. Then he said he would show her something. She said no. Did she know what he was talking about? Yeah, his private parts. He started driving, almost crashed and she yelled. He put his hand on her leg and she started crying. He said you are scared huh? Macy and her mom then cry. It will be molestation and they will turn over to child welfare. They will get back to her, they take it very serious. Avoid contact with Freddy, they'll get back to them, it could be something he does often. She did the right thing by telling her mom, she was very brave, a lot of people don’t tell, otherwise it could go on. Stay away from him, it's a bad scene. (Roll Call) Fifth Precinct - Officer Don Bautista says they had an unusual burglary last night, all he did was go through the woman's underwear, sexual in nature. She is a counselor from St. Mary's chemical dependencies. He was discharged on Monday, has called and left her a message on her machine. He works at a Pizzeria, is a 20 year old white male, they'll talk to him tonight and see what his story is. All he did was take her underwear out and did what those type of people do. (7:45 PM Burglary Investigation) They go to Ribizza looking for Ben, he isn't there, but will be back in 15 minutes. He’s wearing a white t-shirt and dark shorts. They get him when he pulls up and detain him. He's curious as to what is going on. There was a burglary on 27th & Xerxes last night while he was working to someone he's familiar with. He says Tracy is the only one she knows living there. He has surprised her when she was sunbathing at home and on the beach. He says he said hello to her at the beach and she was expecting him at the house. He's been in her house before with her, with her permission. It's just an interview, so he's let go. He goes to see Tracy. She says she didn't call Ben and didn't make a date with him. He tells her what Ben said that she made advances towards him. He knows this is false. There is no relationship between them. She says "oh, god" about her dating him, he must have quite a record. He says he has no record and checked around the world. She asks if he thinks Ben will do something. He can't guarantee that. When she comes home, open the door, don't go in, wait, listen. Don't go anywhere alone, bring people with you. The guy is a wacko, you've read the papers. They have probable cause to arrest him and goes back to Ribizza to look for him. He goes in and finds him in the back. He is searched, cuffed, taken downtown and mirandized. (7:17 PM Domestic Violence Call) Third Precinct - Officer John Billington says it seems whenever you get alcohol and drugs in the picture it gets worse. Lots more domestics lately, whenever force is used on people living together they have to make an arrest. Officer Steve Setzer is his partner. They get a call from a woman saying her husband is smoking crack in the house and she wants him out. They pull up, she says he's in the bathroom freaking out and has kids inside and a gun. They don't want to go in and say she should get an order of protection against him. They go in eventually slowly with guns drawn and head upstairs. They find Quinn up there, but he goes down the hall on him. He says he didn't put his hands on nobody, hasn't done anything. They go to cuff him and he says don't take me please. They are just talking to him. There are two infants laying on the bed. He says when he got back they really started arguing. He's breathing heavy, says he's hot, really scared and not on crack. John changes a diaper on a crying baby. The woman says he spent the whole rent check on crack, he was swinging things around, she was really scared and he was foaming at the mouth. They tried to keep him inside until the ambulance came, but he was slinging them around. Quinn is sweating bullets, says he didn't mean nobody harm, didn't hurt anyone. She says he needs help. She went to Chicago with her mom, came back and he sold everything. All of her furniture was gone, he sold it. They can't find any drugs, so will take him for domestic. He promises not to do anything and will leave. He says she can get a restraining order on him, just don't arrest him. They tell her to go to the county, floor 17 and file a OOP on him. He just wanted to take his car and leave. She says he went out to get pot, he came back, went into the bathroom and she smelled smoke. He came out, threw her and his sister around. It appeared like he was smoking crack. The sad part was he checked the diapers not to see if they were wet, but to see if he shoved the crack in there, he's seen it before. A cop can't expect he can change the world, but he can make it a little better.

ep 3: Minneapolis, MN 3 - Women Cops

(8:13 PM Domestic Disturbance) Third Precinct - Officer Janee Harteau says the main reason she became a cop because it was challenging, not a controlled environment, you deal with all kinds of people from all races and all levels of poverty from rich to poor. It's different, but everyone's the same. It's easier to talk to people when you are a female. They were brought up to talk first, physical next. Officer Holly Keegal has a blonde short puffy mullet and says originally was going to be a teacher, but took some law courses and really enjoyed it. She took more classes and decided to pursue law. They go into a backyard and there is a dirty white guy with a heavily stained shirt sitting there. He says he lives there, looks drunk and has trouble standing up They lead him around front to search him, find nothing, put him in the car and he flips out. He curses at them and says he didn't break any law and won't fully get in. The woman in the house says he's her brother. He's an alcoholic, one of the nicest guys when sober, but when drinking you stay away from him. They go back to him and he says "take it easy, I don't care who you are, what are you trying to do, why don't you stop?" They want him out so they can cuff him. He struggles, goes down, his shirt comes up and he tries to roll away when they go to cuff him. Holly puts her knee on his head. He curses them and says something about them failing training. Janee says it doesn't matter that they are women, they aren't messing around. They aren't getting away with it. On their off time we see Janee playing the drums with black gloves while Holly plays the keyboards in the garage. Holly took piano lessons for a little while, but gave it up to play sports. She can't read music, but plays by ear. She wears short pink shorts and a Guess top. Janee sings, she was in a band, so they got together and thinks they can really do good some day if they pursue it. It's a great stress reliever away from the job. (10:03 PM Theft in Progress) A young black kid was seen running. They pull up and Holly runs out and catches him. She stands on him and cuffs him. He was on a motorcycle and she brings him to the backup unit and puts him in the car. She goes back to the Vespa scooter. Sgt. Tom O'Rourke arrives as their car is making all kinds of noise. Holly explains the screw is off on the air conditioner. There were four of them, but they only caught him. He's a juvenile and will be booked for theft. A full jail is a happy jail. (3:21 AM) 911 Call Residential Robbery - Officer Pam Elius says it's quite a job, not anyone can do it, no other job is like it. She couldn't do anything else and wouldn't want to do anything else. Where else could you work 8 hours a day and have fun? A black man fled a house he robbed with a gun. They go to the house and the victim is an old woman who is terrified. She was sleeping and the guy came into her room and covered her mouth, she's worried her mouth is swollen. Officer Charles Teneyck writes her story down. Pam gets her water. Her mouth is fat and she tastes blood. He went through her purse, took her keys, told her he needs money because his kids were hungry. She went to get her purse and wouldn't turn the light on, but was afraid he would attack her. He came in the back window, but she only had $1 in there. She didn't hear him, he left out the back door and gave her the keys back. Pam checks the window and the screen is cut. She hopes with the info she gave them and the jewelry he stole they can track down the piece of scum. (4:47 AM Vehicle Fire) They go to a yellow van that is burning up as fire and black smoke are pouring out of it. They find a guy nearby and check him out. She moves the car away in case it blows up. She gets out to talk about blocking traffic and there is an explosion. The Fire Department arrives. Pam hopes there was no one inside, she called but got no answer. The guy says he and his girlfriend live in the van and are homeless, she lit a cigarette and he couldn't get her out. They don't find a body though. The guy has Tylenol 3 that he says it's for his leg. He talks slow and he’s out of it. He has chest pains. There’s no label on it the pills because he wanted to sell them. Pam says there was no girl there, but he says she was. He wants his pills back, she says to talk to the doctor. He wants to take a leak, she says only if he wants to go to jail.

ep 2: Minneapolis, MN 2 - Rookies

(Police Academy Survival Training Exercise) Cadet Mike Looney says to get out of the car with his hands in the air. He wanted to be a cop since he was a kid, maybe he's naïve ,but the fact you can help people is a noble position to be in. Officer Wes Edstrom supervises as he gets out of the car at gunpoint, cuffs and searches a guy. Mike is told to keep the back door open while searching them and put their feet back and head on the trunk to keep them off balance. When you go down to search don't go on your knees or they can kick you. It's looks good. (Practical Exercises Lab) Sgt. Dave Martenz draws on a board about the training, they can film them from all angles. They can see if they have it or not, how they treat people, if they have a bad attitude. He's not looking to scare them or drum them out, he wants it to be a positive experience. They are going to a bar scenario. The actors are real cops using lines they've all heard in the bars. Dave says he's heard it over 12 years while he watching, it's real interesting. The bartender says he's having trouble with drunk customers and wants them out. They try to talk to them and say why do they have to leave. It's their bar, they want them out. One woman fights and they throw them out. Then they find a gun on one guy and he claims he has a permit and wants to show it. He tries to get him to put the gun down as his partner holds him at gunpoint. They hold him back and he fights because he doesn't like to be restrained. He says he can walk out on his own. They say OK and the guy runs out. He comes back in with a gun and says for the cops to let her go or they'll get shot. They both run out. That's two in a row they screwed up. Dave says if they can't win don't go forward. (Cadet Graduation) They have to swear in and are official housing patrol cops in a large ceremony. Mike kisses his gum-chewing wife. (Roll Call) Sgt. Thomas Kerns reads out the assignment. 510 is Laplant and Zurwas, 520 is Hirsch and Looney. Mike was top man in his class and got the William Perry award – they are goofing on him. Talk to the Sgt about it. (8:40 PM) Officer Mike Looney says it's his first day. (911 Call Street Shooting) A black man in blue jeans, a blue hat with A on it and a black t-shirt is the shooter. Greg is driving him on his first day. Tom says she's all yours. They drive around looking for the guy and finally spot him. Mike holds him at gunpoint, Greg searches him and says he's sweating like a racehorse. The suspect asks what that means. He's cuffed and says he matches the description of a shooter. Where was he? He was at his girlfriend’s, cousin’s house. He turned away because he's scared out the police, not going to lie. His cousin lives right there at 206. They go back to the cordoned off scene to ID him. Officer Greg Hirsch says the hat is a Wrigley field diamond which looks like an A (9:10 PM) The ambulance is working on the victim with two gun shots in him. A witness with long dreadlocks says he saw him when he was sitting in front of his house and ID's him. It was a shooting at a crack house. The suspect was chasing the victim in his car, he hit an innocent car, crashed into a tree and the guy jumped out and shot him three times. He has a bunch of rock on him, might be a drug deal gone bad. The shooter gives him three different stories – he was watching TV with his girlfriend, then can't remember the show, then wasn't watching TV. (10:31 PM) The suspect is brought in. Mike says for the first day it feels good, after the years of college and school, now it starts to pay off. On the first day you want to catch all the bad guys. (4:35 PM Assistance Call) He says all rookies get in a mind set like they are going to change the world. One cop told him you aren't going to change the world, just go out and make your little dent. After 20 years there will be someone behind you to do the same thing. A call of a confused elderly lady at a downtown store comes in. The woman says she missed the bus and was short on taxi fare. She's a government worker, on SSI and gets a check every third work. She's well known and called the police for a ride because she was always told to call a cop when she was in trouble. So they give her a ride. (5:20 PM) She says she works and is a good woman who earns a living. (9:21 PM 911 Call Assault in Progress) They spot a Mike, black guy in a yellow hat with his shirt falling off and put him in the car. The victim has a thick Russian accident. He says the guy attacked his friend, came up to him, was on drugs and took his watch. His friend comes up with a shirt wrapped around his head, his face is bruised, bloody and he needs stitches. He hit him with his fists and they ran to the gas station and found a pipe to defend themselves. Mike says those two guys attacked him and ripped his jacket, he doesn't know why and he hasn't been drinking. Officer Larry Krebsbach puts him in the ambulance. Officer Laurie Janikowski finds a watch in Mike's pocket and asks the victim to describe it. He says it's a cheap gold Rolex and it's broken, because he broke it. It's a match. (10:08 PM) Out there you are dealing with average people, good and bad. Arresting a felon, helping an old lady back home, it's part of the job.

ep 1: Minneapolis, MN 1

(3:35 PM Officer Assistance Call) A code 3 call comes in. Sgt. Larry Wilens responds to it on 46th street. The suspect is barricaded. Officers tried to serve a warrant to 63 year-old Kenneth Lynn and he shot at police twice through the door, but missed them. (Tactical Team Briefing) Deputy Chief Doug Smith says they asked Ken to come out to talk to him for neighborhood problems – smell and trash. They are trying to make contact with him and find out from neighbors if anyone else lives there since he could have hostages. The teams face is covered, they are inside perimeter, they can use gas on him if necessary. If he has a long rifle he can get them. They have to stay back and use high risk entry tactics. The team has to survey the house, will be close enough where he could hit them with a rock. (Negotiation Team Command Post) Neighbors stated he suffered a head trauma injury in WWII, but has never been to the hospital for mental illness, he has very poor eyesight, cataracts, heavy smoker, emphysema, bronchitis, hasn’t drank for 13 years, but if he’s drinking again he’ll be very hostile and, negative. He just was in detox 2 weeks ago – a good sign he’s been drinking again. His personal info is on the board “DOB 8/20/27 or 29, divorced, ex-wife Mildred (lives with Gail) alcoholic who gets hostile when he drinks, has 4 children.” One cop knows him, didn’t know he was a problem. Sgt. Charles Resch says he’s a loner, has 3 or 4 old cars, his mom died 8 years ago, he’s kind of weird. The cop who was shot at says it went right between them, splinters of the door hit him. Officer Rick Stanek says he has a 300 rifle, 3-4 shotguns with ammo, a German Luger, 38 & 45 revolver and a 25 automatic according to his son. Two weeks ago he called in for a report and they took him to detox instead of taking a report so he’s mad at the cops. They get a call of an attic. Cops back up with blast shield, they run behind a car, stay low. They hide behind a car, want to get close to shoot gas and others wait next door at 4800. They want to negotiate, get him on the phone, if he won’t answer they’ll throw in a phone. Anything to talk him out, gas is the last chance, no turning back then. Sgt. Robert Gretton explains about the phone they are throwing in that will go back to the team directly to negotiate with them. The team goes up heavily armed with a shield, one smashes the window with a crowbar and the next tosses the phone in a bag. They call at 4:44 PM that it is in. They beep it from the station and Larry calls for him to pick up. Outside they call in to pick up the phone. Larry wants to help, tells him open it up and pick it up. He picks up. He doesn’t blame him, they are both sick of listening to the beeper, what’s going on? He can hear him. Then he hangs up. (6:25 PM) He said he’s sick of the beeping and cut the line. Officer Dave Mattson is outside in camo gear. They want cold beers, fresh women and a pizza. Larry calls again. Sgt. John Hennessy says to be very authoritative, this is what they want him to do, no more playing around, for his own good. (8:08 PM) Larry tells him he has to talk to him. Ken says he had to tend to his dog’s foot and put peroxide on it. What’s all the yelling about? They want to talk to him. He says they like to hear themselves talk it’s so loud. Larry says it’s been an hour and half since he talked to him. People are going to react to him. What is it going to take to get him out? He wants Cordell and Ruben Johnson. He says Cordell is there. He says he’s not. That’s what they tell him, he can’t come on though. He won’t trust a cop, it’s like trusting Dillinger. Larry says if he puts Cordell on will he come out. He might. If he does something for Ken he has to so something for him. The team outside creeps around to get drinks and come back, knees are killing them and they are thirsty. They cut his power. He doesn’t give a crap, doesn’t need it. He needs him to come out, he has people lined up. Are you afraid of getting hurt? He’s seen those trigger happy sons of bitches in action. Larry says with all the people and the press around they aren’t going to get trigger happy. He has to help him though. He promises if he comes out he’ll secure the house and take the keys to his sister. He says he’ll consider coming out if he can bring his dog with him. He can’t do that. He’ll turn him over to his son Dustin though and leave him in the basement. Sgt. Robert Skmora listens. Larry says to put him down and come back. He says for tactical to get set up. It’s dark now. (9:39 PM) The plan is for him to come out. He wants to go to the VA. He was in 20 years ago for violence. He wants to see the SOB he talked to last time. Is he still there? He saw his name on the list. He wants to tell him how full of crap he is. If he tells him he’ll take him to the VA and they won’t accept him then what? That’s a different story, he doesn’t know, he won’t have any power then. They’ll talk to the people later. He wants them to talk now, later is crap. What else will it take to get him out? They worry about what they’ll do with him in the future. Dr. Steve Geiger, Psychological Consultant says they have to worry about that, can’t lie to him. He’ll say I listened to him once, he won’t again. He has access to lots of weaponry and will in the future. When he comes out they’ll place him under arrest and clear the house. Ken asks what does he want him to do. He wants him to walk out with his hands up, stand on the steps and listen to the officers for what to do. They call the tactical team that he is ready. He comes out in a dirty blue street and hat. They tell him to walk to them and turn around, down on his knees, keeps hands up, then lay on his stomach. Two guys go over and cuff him. They are worried about other people inside, but he says there is no one. They take him to the car. He says again he’s alone. Officer Riley Gilchrist comes over to Larry and shakes his hand and hugs him, good work. Ken got pissed that they were yelling at him outside and he came to the phone. Inside they show the two bullet holes in the door. There is a 30-30 on the couch. He had a gas mask next to him, he was prepared. He has a semi automatic, lots of riles and ammo there. It would’ve been a hell of a battle. The place is a mess and there are pill bottles all over the tables. Chief John Laux arrives and tells them it’s recorded for posterity and will show they take a backseat to nobody, they are the best they proved it again tonight, nice job. The suspect was charges with second degree assault and released on bail the following day.

ep 0: Best of Cops Volume 2

(Broward Co. FL - 8:13 PM Domestic Violence Call) from #110, (Las Vegas, NV - 6:30 PM Prostitution Sting Briefing) from #311, (Broward Co. FL) Deputy Linda Canada goes to a call of Nancy and her daughter who want her boyfriend not to come back from #101.

Season 2.

ep 32: New Orleans: Mardi Gras 2

ep 31: New Orleans: Mardi Gras

(8:58 PM Friday) New Orleans Police Department - Officer Desiree Gaudet says her job is mainly walking the beat on Bourbon street, a lot more crowd during Mardi Gras, works more hours than normal. Her karate classes are a way of relieving stress, you take it out on your partner, not at work. She's shown at class doing moves with an instructor. A man with a stun gun; the questioning of a man who allegedly struck a police horse; and parade crowd control. A skinhead is arrested for shoplifting; a disorderly celebrant strikes an officer.

ep 30: Los Angeles, CA 12

(11:20 AM Saturday) LA County Sheriff's Department Homicide Investigation - George calls the police to say his wife is lying on the floor it looks like someone broke into his house and stabbed her. He didn't check the body to see if she's breathing. The dispatcher tells him to check. She's dead in a large pool of blood. He called into Lakewood Station at 8:33am, said he woke up and found her. Lt. Joe Brown investigates, talks on the phone and has a theory about it. They check the closets and the fridge, but there is no alcohol in the house. They talk to the neighbor. He's known them for years, they have no problems and he saw them a few days ago to pay the rent. He has no idea why someone would want to kill her. They check the stab wound and see it was a large wound that must've been 12 inch knife. They roll her over and to take pictures. They load the body up and the blood is leaking through the sheets. They find the murder weapon and there is nothing stolen, nothing ransacked. The husband was home when they got there. They are going to talk to the husband and stepson at the station. (2:38 PM Homicide Bureau) They ask George his story. He usually sleeps late, but he woke up early. She was already up, so he decided to get up. He's slow to get dressed and took five minutes. He opened up the door and she was lying there in a pool of blood. They say there is a problem, something happened this morning. They all know he murdered his wife and he can't face up to the fact that he did it. Something happened to make him mad. How did the blood get on the top of his shoes? He says he doesn't know what it was, it was there for days. He thought it was her paint or Crayolas. (4:46 PM Homicide Bureau) They ask if he washed his hands after finding her. They take samples from between his fingers to see if he has blood stains. If it's positive it'll change to purple or pink and it won't matter if he washed his hands. His hands are very sweaty and he says it's from his medication. She continues to swab his hands. It's not a specific blood test, it's presumptive to allow them to investigate further. They pull out his shoes that have red on them as well as hair and possible brain matter. They talk to the stepson and ask if George is capable of harming his mother. He doesn't know, she met him when he was 5 and he's 18 now. He's never seen him get mad, he raised his voice once in a great while and he's a soft mellow person. He wants to know if someone else besides George stabbed her. They don't know. He wants to know where she is. They say at the coroner's office. (1:10 PM Tuesday) Crime Lab - It turns out she wasn't stabbed, she was shot in the back of the head and it shattered. They want the shoe analyzed for brain matter. He told them that he approached he wife from behind between her legs and touched her from the back, but the pool of blood was by her head. She analyzes the Reebok tennis shoe in a lab. There was no exit wound. She puts the shoe on a microscope and they wonder about the power. She says the red is clear like strawberry jam, certainly not blood. His story is going to stand, maybe she let someone in. They'll have to get prints from the knife, maybe she stabbed the suspect and he stabbed her. She brought a knife to a gunfight. (2:30 PM Friday) There are no prints on the knife and no motive for the husband. It could've been a rapist or an opportunist. George says when he went to call 911 the phone was unplugged. He had to plug it back in. It's always plugged in because he has a recorder for the rental properties he owns. Maybe someone got in with a phone company uniform. Temple City Sheriff's Station (911 Call Assault with a Deadly Weapon) A woman calls about an attack from a man in a green Jeep with a white top. He just got on the freeway and they go to look for it. They spot a pickup truck heading west with a bunch of junk in the back with a tarp over it. There are three people in the truck, one child. It's heavy traffic so they can't make a stop. (5:11 PM Felony Stop) They pull him over on Rosemeade Blvd. He's an older Mexican guy in a cowboy hat. They pull him out at gunpoint and tell him it's not a joke. Then they call the younger Mexican guy out and tell him to put his hands out the window, but he doesn't listen. The white male passenger tries to get out to, and they yell at him to get back in. He finally gets out and is filthy. The suspect is Jessie Barber wanted in the murder of George's wife, but this guy's not the one. Deputy Patrick Martinez says to cut them loose and explain what happened. Deputy Ann Brannon has to explain. There was a serious crime down the street that matched the description. He thought he was the one blasting the radio in front of him. They just did an excavation site and scared the crap out of them. They let them go.

ep 29: Los Angeles, CA 11

(911 Call Possible Assault) Los Angeles County Malibu Sheriff's Station - Deputy Gary Spencer leaves the station with a gun and loads it into his car. A call comes in about a man outside bothering a woman. He's at the door with a jacket and a Walkman on. She wants to know how long it'll take to get there, 5-10 minutes. It’s a possible 5150. The man rang the bell, makes loud complaints and curses. They spot the guy walking with a red bag and they go out to talk to him and he fights so three cops jump him and hold him against the car and cuff him. He says, "Ow! Ow! My little animals, there are little animals in the red case. They look dead, but they're alive. Ow! Ow! Ow! I am a cripblood, I am a god." They laugh at him. He has a long coat, white scarf, orange shirt and a brown turtleneck. He screams they are hurting him so bad, his animals are alive, don't let them take his butterfly and little hummingbird by these pig bastards. He swears to god. He can remain silent, they would prefer it. The butterfly has a number on it's wing “Mail to entomology, natural history museum, Los Angeles, CA.” Gary tells him they look like they are doing a good job of playing dead. His name is Robert and he's on medication. What kind? Anything he wants. His lawyer's name is ouch. They transport him to the hospital for a 72 hour mental evaluation since he is a danger to himself. (6:10 PM Arson Investigation) West Hollywood Sheriff's Station - Deputy Sean Collingsworth says 93 to 95 Tom1 he's taking over the call. Deputy Jeffrey Fine is on the scene. He's training a rookie partner, Deputy Paul Terrusa, so he wants him to take it. Jeff had them all get outside calmly, the fire is contained to the east side of the building and is almost out. Paul talks to the man who runs the building. He thinks it's electrical from the kitchen. He needs to fill it out like a 39. The fire department talks to one of the female workers who says one of the shelves with the cookbooks was on fire. She thought they could put it out, but it just erupted. She takes them into the burned out room to point out the books that were stacked up and on fire. They are to call immediately to say it's possible arson. (7:40 PM Narcotics Investigation) They look for a black guy named Tree and find him on the street. Paul checks and cuffs him. Sean finds some little baggies on him and the suspect says he collects stamps and that's what they're for, also for jewelry. There is meth in the bags, but he says he just found them. He's arrested for a 2020. (8:50 PM) They take him to jail for a strip search. A snitch told them he was a speed dealer. He says he's used and shows his arms. They find a bag taped to the inside of his shirt that has speed baggies in it. This is what they expected. (1:50 AM) Sean says this is Paul's last evaluation. He's rated competent. He's made lots of improvements with codes, rules and procedures, it's his first 3.0, tremendous improvement in all facets of his training. Field performance is excellent, it's good because he's coming inside next month as the watch deputy so he'll be watching him. Congratulations and best of luck. (4:31 PM Patrol Stop) Lennox Sheriff's Station - Sgt. Robin Sawyer tries to stay out there and monitor all the calls for service and make sure they are answered in a reasonable amount of time. He waits for the hot calls and rolls on those, evaluates the deputies on performance and doesn't want them to take unnecessary risks. Out there they do a real good job, everybody enjoys working there. He stops and talks to prostitute who has been beat, robbed and shot. She says no one's done that. He asks if they don't pay is it rape. She says no, she always discusses payments in advance. She's on a crutch and her left foot is in a cast. They shot her and robbed her of $1100, then the next time they took $400. She didn't know she was shot, she heard that a bullet wound doesn't hurt, but it hurt. There was a hole in her shoe, it went through the first and second toe, went up and broke it in 3 pieces. She's got someone to rough him up. She won't call the cops because the girls will beat him up. He says let them take care of it. She says they hate her. He asks her if she wants to get off the street. She says yeah, but how? He says to work with him and arrest this guy, get the SOB off the street. She says to talk to her tomorrow. She's going home to change because no one will pick her up since she looks like she's handicapped. They just won't do the right thing. Robin went to his 30th high school reunion and everything's changed. They took all the trophies out of the display case and replaced them with tributes to the murdered students. (8:01 PM Suspicious Juveniles) Deputy Bruce Vallerand caught a 12 year-old black kid with a gun. He says he doesn't have a gun, but they saw him throw it. He's in 7th grade. They ask him his homeroom teacher's name, but he doesn't know since he just got there. They ask his old homeroom teacher's name and he doesn't know that either. They find cocaine in a wrapped up paper. That way they can drop it and no one will know. They are $20 rocks. They saw him toss the gun into the bushes when he pulled up. There are three kids getting into guns and drugs and gangs already - two lives lost.

ep 28: Los Angeles, CA 10

(5:06 PM Domestic Violence) LA County - Temple City Sheriff's Station - Deputy Ann Brannan goes to the call of a husband, Carlos, beating his wife. He says she fell. Claudia is Spanish and says he beat her in front of their baby, threw her against a wall, punched her in the face and back. He is in the back with the baby, is searched for weapons and says they can’t get along, she scratched and bit him and he doesn’t want anything to do with her. They explain he can’t hit her like they do in Latino countries and is arrested on a 275 - spousal abuse. They put him in a holding cell at the jail and remove the cuffs. He wants to take pictures of her at the hospital. (9:05 PM Hotel Disturbance) West Hollywood Sheriff's Station - Deputy Paul Terrusa and Deputy Sean Collinsworth go to the call of a drunk at the Sunset Hyatt House on the 9th floor where a guy is throwing chairs from a balcony. A long-haired blonde guy, another guy and a short girl come out. The girl is crying, says she almost got killed. Their room is completely trashed, stuff is everywhere. The blonde guy says there was a knock at the door for Steve and he said he wasn’t there. They kept knocking and 3 black guys rushed him, came in, tied them up and robbed them of their money and drugs. Sean asks why they didn’t say that at first? He says they were scared, the last time they opened the door they were robbed. Their stories don’t match and the management wants them out, plus people saw them throwing stuff. (11:17 PM Shots Fired) South East County Sheriff's Station – Deputy David Halm goes to a hotel and finds two shirtless black guys at a car saying 2 white guys attacked them and said “Niggers get out!” and one hit them with a bat. One swung a golf club at them. David says there is an armed man inside when Deputy Brent Becker arrives. Two guys attacked a Mexican and locked him out of his room. The manager fired at them and cops go inside to get his gun. The man thought he was going to get robbed and they threatened to kill him. Then he says they can stay since the rent is paid. Cops go back to the car and let the black guys go. (11:55 PM Man with a Gun) He stops a car and finds 2 guns in the trunk that were from the hotel in the last call. The black guys got the gun from their car, were going back to the hotel to get the other guys plus two women. Cops find a .357 that belongs to Glover and Tyson. They called their friends to bring the guns so they could kill the manager.

ep 27: Los Angeles, CA 9

(7:58 PM Suspicious Person) LA County, Malibu Sheriff's Station - Deputy Gary Spencer says Malibu is different than lots of locations because of the greater distance, sometimes it takes more than 15 minutes to get to a call. People are people whether they are criminals or car thieves, it doesn't matter where you work, there's law enforcement to be done. He stops a car and Brian the driver says he's never been arrested before. Gary says he has two kinds of weed on him. Deputy Daniel McCann tells him he's in trouble and he swears it's not his and can show the keys. (10:50 PM Drug Investigation) They have Brian call in to make a deal with his buyer. (11:27 PM) They have him, it's Saturday night, time to go to jail. The dealer is an obese white guy with a mullet in a fancy white pickup truck. He's so big they need 2 handcuffs and might even need 3. They find a wad of cash and high quality cocaine off a kilo brick. The size and type leads them to believe he is a dealer and they write up a search warrant, present it to Judge Lawrence Mira and go to his house. (1:45 AM) They arrive at the judge's house, he signs it and Gary swears on it. (2:40 AM Warrant Served) They bang on the door and get no answer, so they kick it in. They find an ounce of coke in the closet, a shotgun and shells in the bedroom. They started their shift at 5pm and now it's over at 4am. They'll file the paperwork and hopefully be done at 6:30am, get home and start again tomorrow. (4:40 PM Roll Call) South East County Sheriff's Station - The captain says for shoplifting if they are going for a felony to file burglary and theft with a prior and they can get them for 16 months on a first offense. Let them know they are going to state prison so they won't go out and rip off cars. Deputy David Halm listens. (5:40 PM Traffic Stop) David spots a car with no registration. He pulls out Robert the driver who knows his headlights are out. He says he has no guns or drugs, he just forgot to put the lights on. He wasn't putting anything under the seat where they saw him digging, but they find a pellet gun there. He likes to target shoot. They find black face makeup in the trunk. He says it's from Halloween, he doesn't clean his car out much. Dave asks if he's doing any robbery. He says no, but has been in jail seven times. He was arrested for meth, but hasn't done it since the last time he was in jail. He has a massive key ring with hotel keys. He says he just picked them up and collects them. He claims he owned seven cars at one time, but there is more than seven sets of keys. They had a robbery a couple weeks ago by a man in black face. They don't know all the details, so they'll take him in to run him. He claims the makeup is for his kids' costume. (7:15 PM Robbery Investigation) They go to the supermarket that was robbed a couple weeks ago. They find a bagger who was there that night. He said the guy had a painted face and a gun. He didn't see the gun and he also had a fake beard. A woman says he showed the gun in his jacket. It sounds like their suspect so they go back to the station and read the report. The guy left on foot, was wearing makeup, possibly a white male. They are going to book him for robbery. (8:11 PM Multiple Shooting) They are looking for suspects wearing masks who had AK-47s. They picked the suspects out and executed them. David pulls up to a body shop and there is blood and guts on the street. Deputy Eric Stewart was first on the scene. One guys' leg was blown off, another guy was shot in the gut and his intestines came out. Deputy Fred Bertsche talks to one guy. They were watching Star Search, working on their cars, putting a radio in and then the shooting started and he split. EMS comes in and treats people. EMS says the first guy was across the street with an ankle wound, two guys were by the Pepsi machine with one with a head wound and the other was eviscerated, a guy was by the car with his stomach shot open and the fifth victim got over the fence and cut his foot open. Sgt. Cole Hughes says they chased the people through the parking lot and fired at them. They found a 308 shell, a large round. A woman was on the phone calling the police and heard someone yell, "Where's the money? Get on the floor!" One had a red rag in their pocket so it seems gang related. They had a gang shooting two weeks ago where kids shot at cops with AK-47s. They think they know where the guys are. It's ironic that up on the wall is a Crimestoppers security alarms sign. They install them in cars, but not on their own door.

ep 26: Los Angeles, CA 8

(7:10 PM Baby with a Seizure) South East County Sheriff's Station - Deputy David Halm races to the Mexican hovel. It is a. asks the sex of the child who can't breath. It is a boy, so he goes to get a blanket,. They put him on the blanket and he cries. He is 5 months old and they think he OD'd on penicillin medication because he's been sick. David says when they get too hot they can have a seizure to fight the heat. They take the baby's clothes off. EMS arrives and the mother says she started giving the baby penicillin on her own. They say she shouldn't do that. David assures them this is normal for a baby. He thanks them and leaves. (9:33 PM Domestic Dispute) David knows the guy, he's on parole and has dealt with him before. The guy tries to go inside and David makes him comes back. They live behind a fenced gas station/convenience store and their fence is covered with beer ads. The guy says Tina took all his stuff, his car and furniture. She says she wants to get her bed and kitchen table and has a friend with her that has a truck to haul it out. She doesn’t want a fight, but he keeps yelling and carrying on. He says she's leaving him with an empty house. Tina says her sister is getting married so she has to do it know. He wants her to get it on Friday and not to leave him with an empty house. The cops let her go in and take her stuff. He's worried he's going to jail and says they took the glass to his coffee table. They stop the truck and the glass is between the mattresses. They say they don't want the glass and cops bring it back. (Narcotics Unit Warrant Briefing) Temple City Sheriff's Station - They have a drawing and a deputy asks if there is a dog there. It’s a house on Pear Blossom Hwy, which is drawn on the board. (4:18 PM Warrant Served) It's 50 off the road. They run out, open a large gate then spread out. There are a bunch of sheds and camper tops from trailers and they find a guy and a woman in a wooden box. Another guy comes out and they give her the warrant to search the place. There is a sign that reads “Attack cat on duty.” The only way to get into their "house" is a wooden corridor connecting the trailers that is filled with trash. The woman gets up and they make her sit down, she says it's probably her husband's brother and her son Mike beat her up. They say it is such a mess that they want her to show them where the drugs are. He can't go back in there because it smells so bad, the worst he's ever found. They find bags, boxes and cups full of drugs. She says she's tried to clean it, but only has one day off a week. There is garbage and boxes piled up all over and they hate it. (10:47 Fight at Club) West Hollywood Sheriff's Station - Deputy Sean Collingsworth finds a group of people surrounding a man on the ground with bandages. A woman says has 25 witnesses who saw a man jump the guy and beat him up. They say his girl went in the club with his ticket and he went to get her and they jumped him. A guy pushes his way up and Sean cuffs him. A guy in a big hat and fringe jacket says Red threw the first punch and he's the one they cuffed. Sean calls for backup and says it was the bouncers who did this, the second one is inside. Fire rescue arrives. The guy is totally bloody and they beat him when he was down. Sean looks for people to go inside to ID the other guy. The victim says they kicked him in the face and he can barely keep his head up. They ask him where it hurts, he says his head. People cheer when they bring the other guy out in cuffs. The bouncers stopped the guy from going in and the manager is the one who started kicking. The Sgt. says the manager is responsible. The witnesses say he only kicked him once. They pull Red out and ask him what happened. He says the victim was thrown out and he came back in looking for his girlfriend. He told him to leave and they fought. He held him down and they victim tried to kick and punch him and the other guys. He hit him and didn't see anyone kick him. So he is arrested too.

ep 25: Los Angeles, CA 7

(9:50 AM Narcotics Bureau Warrant Briefing) Santa Clarita Sheriff's Station - They are after Chilo, a Mexican male, 5'5", 19 years old with long modern hair style butched on the sides. He sells ounces of cocaine and carries a mean looking sawed off shotgun. He carries it for two reasons - drug rip-offs and cops. He has a floor plan of his house drawn on a chalk board. John is the ram man, Bobby is the #2 man. If a shooting occurs the paramedics can take him wherever. If they get hit they’ll got to Kaiser. Sgt. Art Reddy listens. He’s kinda wired, so be careful (10:03 AM Warrant Served) The front gated door is open so they run right in yelling, “Freeze or I’ll kill you!” They hear someone go out the back and give chase. There is a storage building in the back that is open and they check it. There is a lot of garbage in the back and a large brick wall he might've jumped. They find the sawed off fully loaded in the closet. They like the gun and it has lots of shells. They also find a bunch of aerosol cans including one Fix a Flat that they unscrew the bottom off and it’s full of three bags of coke. They saw the same thing at their last raid, he’ll be hurting missing all those drugs. The woman there isn’t very helpful. She says she’s the aunt and is afraid because her three year old nephew is with him. (11:22 AM) They cuff her and take her with them to point out where he is. They find him in a small car with two other guys, make a felony stop and cuff him, same with the other two. Then the kid comes out of the car crying and runs to the woman. Caesar in the back is from Mission Hills. They get their paperwork together and go to book him whistling, “Hi Ho Hi Ho.” (12:10 AM Roll Call) West Hollywood – Sheriff’s Station. Steve says the way to the future is community oriented police. Deputy Sean Collinsworth agrees and they’ll use that as a ruse so they won’t go to jail. Two people were walking their dogs and saw the public forum and decided to drop in. They heard several people in the yard and saw the police and K-9s in their yard and asked what’s going on and they yell at them to stay inside and shut the damn door. Deputy Paul Terrusa says he’s been there before yelling in the heat of the moment and later he goes and apologizes. Sean says that’s all they want, it’s amazing how far “sorry” goes, so they wouldn’t be at the meeting. (1:20 AM Traffic Stop) Sean tells the driver to turn the car off and get out. The driver gets out and is very drunk, he doesn’t listen well and won’t interlace his fingers. He says he had only two beers. Sean takes him over for a field sobriety test. He has trouble closing his eyes and putting his head back. Then he has him count and lift one foot and he can’t do that. Sean asks if he has any medical problems. He tries the other foot and can’t lift it for more than a second. He says it’s the first time he’s done this. Sean then demonstrates the heel to toe straight line and he messes up the count. The guy says he’s the cop, he can let him do it over. The guy can’t even put his heels together. Sean says he passed the last test, he’s under arrest and cuffs him. They find a huge machete in the car and the guy wants it, but they say no. The passenger is also drunk and Sean tells him to start walking home. He keeps mouthing off, says he knows his rights and wants to know where his friend is going. They keep telling him to take off, but he won’t listen, so they cuff him. (7:20 PM 911 Call Shooting) South East County Sheriff’s Station – Deputy Joe Villanueva parks and his partner get in their car. He takes the call, 245 - gunshot victim, he’s 30 seconds away. When it starts this early it’ll go on all night long. Chris says they have a traffic accident and a 245, but they are the same call. He almost hit someone, the other guy stopped, he crawled out the passenger side and was rolling on the ground saying he was shot. There is a bullet hole through the windshield. The side is covered in blood, no witnesses, nothing else they know. It’s a head wound, Cruz and Jeff can handle it, they’ll go to the hospital. He looks too old to be a gang member (8:12 PM) They arrive at the hospital, he was hit twice, once in the head and the bullet is still in the skull. They show the x-rays. The victim says he was driving east on Rosecrantz, he heard a shot and was hit once. He didn’t see anyone and crawled out the side. Joe asks if he’s OK. They picked up his wife and child and brought them. She comes in to see him and is hysterical. Sgt. Cole Hughes arrives. He’s not a gang member, not involved in drugs, it’s just a freak thing, he’s a lucky man to survive.

ep 24: Los Angeles, CA 6

(9:15 PM 911 Call Heart Attack) South East County Sheriff’s Station - Deputy David Halm says a woman isn’t breathing on Compton Blvd. It’s trailer #2. EMS arrives, but they can’t get in the door. They hear someone screaming inside. David slams the sliding glass door with his Billy club and a woman screams. He tells her to open the door, it’s the police and is someone is having a heart attack. She says she is now. He’s glad the glass didn’t break. The old white woman says she didn’t call. She was watching TV until 9pm and went to bed. EMS checks her out, 140/100 blood pressure. She asks if that’s high. They say considering, it’s pretty good. It seems a kid called it in, so it was a just cruel joke. She thanks them. (911 Call Drunk and Disorderly) They stop a white guy in a cowboy hat next to a white car. He says he has a license and shows it to David’s partner. The guy says he has had something to drink and thinks about it – a bottle of beer and 3 mixed drinks. He has a Budweiser shirt and sounds totally drunk. Where is he headed? He’s not sure, he’s going to his basement apartment around the corner. He says he wasn’t going to drive. They tell him he better not. He says it won’t happen. He was inside a fast food place and was drunk. No one saw him drive, he says he wasn’t driving, so there is nothing they can do. Minutes later they swing around after getting a call that he drove away. If they find him they’ll arrest him. They spot his car around the corner swerving down the road. He hits a curb and stops. Dan told him not to drive. He pulls him out, says he has no weapons and gives him a field sobriety test. The guy says he doesn’t know if he can, the ground isn’t level. They take him to a paved lot and have him walk a straight line, which he can’t do. They arrest him, take him to the station and give him a breath test. It comes out .202 - double the legal limit. They put him in a cell. The breath is always lower than the blood would be so he probably has a .22 or .23. (7:20 AM Warrant Briefing) Antelope Valley Narcotic Bureau – Deputy Dennis Ingersoll says they want a lightweight meth dealer, male white, 30 years old and the informant says he carries 9mm. Tony takes the back, Carl takes the bolt cutters incase the gate is locked. (7:37 AM Warrant Served) They knock and announce, then bash the door in. There are four people sleeping on the floor of the living room. Carol says she is going to faint, starts to shake and doesn’t live there. The guy with her behind the couch gets up and puts his pants on. Wayne, the owner of the house is cuffed. They have a search warrant. They cuff the other guy too. One cop finds a bunch of ¼ grams of meth wrapped in papers. They bring the guy with no shirt into the kitchen. They hear he’s dealing and he was found sleeping next to it. He says it’s not his. They bring Wayne in the kitchen and ask where the stash is so they don’t have to tear the house apart. He says he doesn’t have a stash and doesn’t deal. He’s told an undercover bought from him personally two days ago. Now he wants to lie to him, he didn’t just fall of the turnip truck. Wayne says he doesn’t want his house torn up, but he has no stash. They’ll tear up every inch of the place until they find it, how are they supposed to trust him? In a woman’s purse they find an 8 ball, crank and a syringe. The phone rings and Dennis answers it. He says Wayne is tied up right now. It’s his boss, he’s late for work. He tells him it’s the sheriff’s department, he’s under arrest. He can come over and secure the house for him if he wants. He doesn’t. Wayne isn’t coming into work today. Lennox Sheriff’s Station – Sgt. Robin Sawyer says Detective Holbrook has info that the Buchannon family ripped off some Columbians on a dope deal and they are going to even the score. The Buchannon’s are arming themselves with automatic weapons and will be carrying them when they go out. If they aren’t familiar with the family talk to Holbrook. (3:29 PM Drive-by Shooting) They leave and head to a street under construction where a black man in a blue shirt is down and a crowd is around. The fire department arrives and a woman says he’s her brother, doesn’t know who shot him or why, he just got home from work. EMS works on him, gives him oxygen and he’s not happy about getting a needle. They say he was just shot, a needle is the least of his worries. Deputy Bruce Vallerand talks to a witness. The guy says it looked like .32s. One was a .38 and the passenger shot him. They are a couple of drug dealers. The big guy got shot twice, the skinny guy shot once, neither are going to die, but it’s definitely gang related. (4:37 PM Disturbance Call) They go to a Korean grocer and the woman says you’ll shoot me. The guy says he wanted to buy a hat, he told her it was $10 and got mad. They talk to the black guy. He says he didn’t want any trouble, he just wanted to change the hat. He goes to Cal State, bought a bunch of stuff, went to wear the hat to the basketball game, took it out and saw it was all worn. He came to get his money back and she said no, it’s been worn. The cop says to give him another hat and they can all leave. They want to give him the money back, but he doesn’t want it, he wants the Chicago Bulls hat. They pull it down from a display and he says it’s fine. Robin says they come over to this country and try to make a living. The only way they can survive it to keep it open 20 hours a day from 6am to 2am. There was a communication breakdown and they think they are getting ripped off, it’s a couple hours pay to them. To us it’s not big deal.

ep 23: Los Angeles, CA 5

5 (11:20 PM Sheriff's Homicide Bureau) A call comes in for two units to respond to a multiple murder shooting of three people at Direct Liquor. A witness says four people got shot. He just waited on the victims, they are dead face down in the street. He's been working there since 1965 and this is the worst thing he's ever seen. Sgt. Rey Verdguo arrives and Deputy Dana Villander explains what happened. Two kids came up, words were exchanged and the shooting started. A guy and a girl went down outside and were DOA. All the shots were fired outside. Two Mexicans were hit inside, probably dead, now removed. The witness was working there behind the counter and couldn't hear outside, but everyone started leaving and he saw what was happening. The guy inside said, "Piru" and they asked why he said that. He went outside, was hit, came back in and fell down. It's a gang fight between B13 and G13 Gardena 13 gangs. Two Mexicans pulled up and they told him they don't bang. They got shot at and two customers were hit on the way out. (1:56 AM Homicide Bureau) Detective Jerry Jensen questions Sherry, a black woman with a huge afro. She was walking out, they were walking in and they bumped into her boy and he asked what was going on. A guy pulled a gun, he called him blood and that was it, he had blood in his eyes. She is trying to remember how he looked, he had a baby face, possibly a thin mustache and thinks she can ID him. Lennox Sheriff's Station - Rey says this is a definite hit from a guy in the South Los Gang. (3:12 PM Homicide Investigation) Three out of the four have now died. They went to the location looking for a Gardena 13 gang member. It's what the one guy said that caused them to open up. What they do know is to talk to kids congregating and see what they heard. (Field Investigation) Two guys say Little Wolfie died and his brother Wolfie went back for justice. They don't know who this guy is. (4:02 PM Crime Lab) They remove a large slug from the dead black female. They have two bullets they want analyzed from a Rossi Revolver, Astra, Colt, or Dan Wesson. (10:11 Monday) They went to the house and retrieved some guns. (1:25 PM Ballistic Lab) One of the guns is a Wesson. They say the gun has no prints, but ballisticaly it matches up. They went to the G13 gang and they said Osvaldo Renrossos AKA Little Wolfie did it in retaliation for his brother's death. Ignacio Morina was only 13 and was going to join the gang and idolized Little Wolfie. They got photos and took it to their three witnesses. The woman ID's him right away and so does another witness. A member of B13 said that night he saw the shooter. He wasn't going to help him and off the record he said it was Wolfie. (One Month Later Suspect Arrested) They pulled by his house, saw his car there, went up to his mother and got him with no problems. In the station there is a Robocop poster on the wall. Rey tells the guy he has rights. He says he didn't do it, but knows about it. Rey said they will verify his story one way of the other and they want to be sure of a murder filing. It's multiple murders with the death penalty attached. He denies it, but all the witnesses say he did it. It's him beyond a reasonable doubt. Narcotic Bureau Temple City Station (8:15 AM Warrant Briefing) Deputy David Busk says they are looking for the same girl from July, red hair, green eyes with 19 & 20 year old sons who are crazy bikers. The drugs and scales should be right inside. It's on Lelee and Pamono. Deputy Art Belmontes says she's been up all night. (8:30 AM Warrant Served) They go up to the white adobe house and the door is open so they don't have to smash it. Penny is still in bed, the sons are up front. She wants to put her glasses on. There is a shirtless man fidgeting there. They are cuffed and she says she only has a little bit of drugs for herself and doesn't sell. They don't believe her since they found baggies. She is 38, but she looks 45, the speed is aging her fast. The find two sheriff's patches in the bedroom and they laugh. They ask her why they deal with meth, why do bikers like it? He wants a quote for his book. She doesn't know and doesn't want to be quoted. (11:48 PM) She is taken in and bail is $100,000. In memory of Officer Anthony J. Gardner 1970-1989

ep 22: Los Angeles, CA 4

4 (7:45 PM Shooting Call) Sheriff's Dept. Homicide Bureau - Sgt. Ray Verdugo says they are seeing a lot of homicides, a vast increase. Last year was a record-breaking year in the entire county and this year they are ahead of last year. There seems to be an underlying sense of frustration and anger unleashing real rapidly, people seem to have a shorter fuse and are more angry about lesser things. The wrong look will kill you. He often sees it as fame or infamy. If you can't be famous, be infamous - try to assassinate the president. Be known in your own crowd as the meanest guy or the guy who shot and killed someone. It's a tragedy. If he had the job and the education maybe he could give you the answer why. On patrol he says it is a warm, beautiful night, very comfortable, one of those unfortunate things that brings people to southern California. There is a murder in the Fireside station on Hopper in South Central. Detective Dave Castillo and Deputy Tanya Edwards are on scene. She says the guy and his 6 buddies were dancing and having a ball with their shirts off. Then 8 guys came up to them and told them to put their shirts back on which they refused and a fight ensued between all 14 of them. One guy pulled out a semi-automatic, then another came out. One is DOA and there are 7 injured. The mans body is in the street and they take pictures. His sister ID's the body. Several witnesses come forward to talk to them including people involved and hopefully the suspect, but it's a pipe dream. He's an 18-19 year old youthful looking guy shot dead in the street for no reason. He took off his shirt, was dancing at a party and someone took offense and shot him dead. It's ludicrous, but a sign of the times. A guy at the station says the shooter fired 3-4 shots at Marco. Another witness says in Mexico quite often they take a stand of revenge. If someone kills a good person, they seek revenge to kill them. He is only 15, but would kill him if he had a gun. A man is killed and a cousin will hunt them down. They don't judge, but if they apply customs from another land, this person will get justice if they don't get him first. Some friend or relative will get him. If he goes back to Mexico, they will kill him. (2:45 PM) South East County - Sheriff's Station (911 Call Choking Child) Deputy David Halm takes the call of a baby having a seizure inside a supermarket. An employee has her, but doesn't know what to do. He takes the girl and puts her on the ground. Emily is breathing, that's good. He tells her to stay awake, don't close your eyes. Fire rescue arrives. Her heart is beating, no pupil reaction and she's been sick. They give her oxygen, the mom is crying and they tell her to be calm so the girl doesn't see her and freakout. They put her on a stretcher. (5:20 PM Warrant Briefing) LA County - Detective Armando Rea says it's a who dunnit case. A man was on his roof and saw a neighbor at 2163 Briarcrest with his power tools that were stolen. (5:35 PM Warrant Served) They go to the house and pull out two men, a woman and two girls. The girl says her dad Mike went to a storage yard. In the garage they find a bicycle, weed eater, two heaters, an American toolbox and Christmas lights that were stolen. The victim arrives and carts his stuff out never thinking he would get it back. His grandma gave him the lights. He was in San Diego while his house was being fumigated and he was robbed. The wife has no idea what's going on, no idea about any stolen equipment. Then Mike pulls up and she screams like she's being killed and yells "No!!!" They pull out guns and make him stop. He surrenders and is cuffed. They got them all, it was a good stop. West Hollywood Sheriff's Station - Deputy Sean Collinsworth goes to a cleaner during a full moon wearing a large nose and glasses for Halloween. The cleaning will be ready Friday. He says the glasses tickle. (12:17 AM Street Patrol) Sean wants to get a picture of Deputy Paul Terrusa with a guy dressed as a zombie in the street. They both get pictures with a man as a silver robot. A man as a French maid cleans them. They get shows by scantily clad women to the delight of the crowd (911 Suicide Attempt) A guy tried to kill himself. They arrive and a woman says he just went down…the elevator. She has blood on her arm from him. They go downstairs and she runs out the door barefoot. They come around the corner to a shirtless, white long-haired guy who cut his wrist. He has no knife and says he's unhappy. Sean asks about anything particular. They call the Fire Dept saying he's on first floor in the back. Sean eats an apple while talking to him and is totally unphased. The guy has dozens of bracelets on and wants to go home, but they have to take him to the hospital. He says they have other business and should leave. He gets a little bit bummed out in life like they all do. (2:20 AM 911 Call Man with a Gun) They go to Jeff who says he overheard on the intercom that they were coming in from all corners Sean asks Jeff if he's on medication or under treatment. He says no. They don't see anyone coming at him. He says a woman walked out of her apartment with her dog. There was a figure in the front corner of the apartment, he has his left arm up right now. His finger was pointing at them, he had a gun and they zoomed in on all fours. He heard the man call in, he said homosexuality had to be stopped at all costs. It was pretty aggressive. Sean says it all looks normal to him. He says they split right before they came in a car. There's nothing they can do now, call us again if you see them.

ep 21: Los Angeles, CA 3

(Baton Training) LA County West Hollywood Sheriff's Station - Deputy Sean Collingsworth rides a bicycle to work is in a biking outfit. They are going to do an all out assault on the bag 1 at time for 15 seconds. Deputy Paul Terrusa is up first. They egg him on, saying it's a 200 pound thief trying to take his gun away. Sean says it was good. Sean is next and wails harder than Paul and pokes with the baton. They yell to give it a good pop, take it seriously, jab it, he's making fun of your balls. There are all posters of pin up girls on the walls. (12:38 AM Man with a Gun Call) Sean drives up, a boy flags them down and they run over on foot. They cuff Joseph, a long-haired guy in a denim jacket and NASCAR shirt on the ground who says he doesn't have a gun and they woke him up trying to steal his stuff. He says he doesn't have a knife. The park custodian says the guy threatened him, said he'd stab him. They go back to Joseph and he admits he threw the knife somewhere. He asks what he did and why's he being arrested. Sean says he's getting assault with a deadly weapon, work with it. Joe says he didn't assault anyone. They go to take Joe away and he freaks out so they throw him against a fence, down on the ground, he screams wildly that they tried to rob him, they woke him up, why's he being arrested. He keeps screaming and yelling "Why?" They find a Bowie type knife. He asks if the knife is illegal. Sean says no, it's illegal to point it at someone. (1:12 AM) They take him to jail, tell him to take his socks off and sit him in a holding cell. (4:40 PM Street Patrol) South East County Sheriff's Station - Deputy David Halm gets his shotgun out of the trunk, loads it, puts it up front and locks it in place. He says he gets the one gun that doesn't fit. (911 Call Domestic Violence) 5:27pm. He's on Bellflower and Flower. A guy beat up his girl and he went down the street. She got away and is calling from the 7-11 down the road. He pulls in and asks who called. A guy says she's in the van. She says her husband, they don't live together. He lives on passage. She went to his house, buzzed him at the gate and had three bags for the baby. He didn't have his key, got mad, hit her in the chest and tried to pull her wedding ring off. David says they'll have to go back since it's the city of Paramount and get a cop from there. She's working two jobs to take care of the kid, he's not giving her any help and is being a rudie-poo. She went to drop the kid off because it's his turn for visitation and she needs to go to work. They go to the Todds' house and yell to open up or they'll bring the K-9 up. He doesn't answer. David kicks at the door over and over, but the dead bolt holds it. They yell for Todd to come out. They let Chubby kick it a while. Eventually they get in and the dog goes through, but they don't find him. The paramedics are called for her because her arm is swelling up, her ribs might be broken and she's thrilled. They cart her off and say he's arrestible now. (6:17 PM) They get a call from Todd asking why his door was kicked in so they go back to his place. There are a few people inside and they ask where Todd Weiss is. He says he didn't touch his wife, never in his life. They have to go with the evidence they have and see. Bail is $5,000 since it's a felony if his friends want to bail him out. They've arrested him for it before. The law is that if there is any signs of injury they have to arrest and everyone is happy, except for him. Temple City Sheriff's Station (911 Call Domestic Violence) Deputy Patrick Martinez gets ready for work at the station. He says he and Rice are working out the schedule for some reasonable hours. Deputy Ann Brannan goes to a locker and grabs a shotgun. (7:20 PM) She goes to a call at 3642 North Delta of a mother vs. daughter. The daughter says mom has been drinking all day, has no right to, passed out on the couch, she called her aunt and they kicked her out. She went to grandmas, kept drinking, punched her sister and bit her breast. She doesn't want to prosecute and her little daughter is crying. There are four of them living there. She has a black eye from mom, wishes she would go to jail, when is she going to stop drinking? If she wants to prosecute, they both have injuries so she'll have to make a citizen's arrest, they'll both go to jail and they'll have to take the kids. Mom went to AA, but Ann says she can't solve family drinking problems. She asks the girl if she has a place to go with her kid. Mom says she bit her chest and Ann looks. The little girl is cold and Ann checks her for bruises. She says they all need counseling or they can go to jail.

ep 20: Los Angeles, CA 2

(9:00 PM Male Prostitution Stings) West Hollywood Sheriff's Station Special Problems Unit – Deputy Aldo Iturriaga says you know why we are all out here. The city, the gay and business community asked them to come out to arrest hustlers because of the crimes associated with them. They’ll only make right turns and the signal is to put the blinker on. They are going to do it different then before by using a limo. Inside the signal will be to pick up the phone and say, "Let's go to the hotel." Deputy Jim Campbell says to give him time to play the guys as he’ll have to string them along longer than normal. Aldo says once you do the passby turn your radio off and say, “You are going to try to go for it.” They have to stay off Santa Monica and use Fountain until they get something to do it that way. (9:30 PM) Justin walks up asks what’s going on. He says he’s a man of the world, would you like to see a lot of it and get in. He does and says he’s from Sicily. Jim says he comes and goes as he feels as they go on Detroit. He says he’s a working man, charges $60 and can get anything he wants for that. Jim asks what he likes. Justin likes BJs and giving it in the ass. He asks if he likes hotels, motels or the back seat of the car. He says this is good. Jim says he’ll call his driver and they stop, run out and bust him. Justin asks doesn’t he have to have money to be busted? The second guy is a young Hispanic who asks Jim if he’s a cop. Jim says does this look like a cop car. He asks to prove it. How can he prove it? Let him in. He goes to kiss Jim and he freaks out and the hustler knows he is a cop. He tries to get out Jim asks is that a game you lay, he’s a man who moves a lot of money, he doesn’t give kisses, he’s bewildered by it. Do you usually do that, jumping in the car looking for a kiss? Does he always do that? No. He says he looks for something quick, not kissing. He says he finds him attractive. Jim says he hoped he would. He asks about a price and the guy says he’s not interested and gets out. Jim says to send any of his friends over that might be. Then he says this guy is good. (11:38 PM) A guy walks up and gets in. he says he’s Steve and shakes his hand. Jim says he wants to get to the nitty gritty, time is money, you’ve got places to go and things. What are you hustling for? He says he gets different amounts like $50. Jim says what does he get for that. Then a guy comes over to the car and asks if anyone famous is in there. Jim says one at a time. The guy says he likes to give BJs and he doesn’t have a hotel to go to. They go north on Orange to Lexiginton. Jim asks about him. He says he’s 20 and from Ohio. He wanted to come out and get into acting, but he got strung out on drugs. He wants to save up for AA to get off drugs. Then he’ll have his pictures done and get an agent. They pull him out and Aldo says Fred Hennicker says they busted him before. Jim wants the guy who went to kiss him (11:52 PM) Eric D’Angelo gets in dressed in drag. He is from Mexico and tired of it. He keeps talking, then cops bust him and he just stares. Jim says he’s probably a guy. He says he has nothing on him, no weapons, no ID. Do you have a penis? Yes. (12:15 AM) An old guy gets in, says his name is Snake. Jim thinks he’s Steve. He asks his first name and he says Clint. He asks if Jim is heat. He says does it look like it. He says they try anything. Jim asks what’s on the menu. He says for $50 he’ll do anything but S&M. Jim says anything for $50. Then he picks up the phone and says it’s not a good spot. The cops bust him and say he has coke on him, they know him, he’s Earl Jackson, he was just released from jail an hour ago after doing 6 months. They laugh at him and tell him to pick another line of work, he’s not good at this. It’s the 14th time he’s been busted for it. Will he get a bullet, a year this time? It doesn’t matter, as soon as he gets out he’ll be back doing it again. Beverly Hills Municipal Court (9:05 AM Two Weeks Later) Deputy Jim Campbell is called to speak in the case against Earl. His job is for West Hollywood Sheriff’s Department, been there 24 years. On 10/21/89 he was working a project for male hustlers. What does that mean? Deputy District Attorney Lisa Hart questions him. She asks what that mean. He says he picks up makes for sex. She asks if he was plain clothes, in a limo. Sgt. Powell was the driver. He picked him up on the corner. He asked him what is he doing and asked to get in. He moved over, didn’t come in and came around the other side and he told him he surprised him. He asked if he was out hustling, he’s a businessman. He charges $50 and will do whatever you want. Chief Medical Officer John H. Clark gets up next. He’s from the LA County sheriff’s dept. They ask him about drawing blood for HIV analysis. He says Mr. Tribble is HIV+. Public Defender Michael Masterson asks if the test can be assumed from the results alone that the patient has AIDS. He says that is correct. Can he assume from the Smith Klein test that he will get AIDS. He can say for certain, but everything they know says it is a great chance he will get full blown AIDS. Det. Brown is next up. He first saw him in the West Hollywood jail and interviewed him there. Did AIDS come up? He initiated it. He told him what happened on the arrest and he asked him if he had AIDS. He said he knew 6 weeks ago he had AIDS. He asked him why he was still soliciting if he knew this. He doesn’t care about anyone else and hopes they will all get it. As a result of the preliminary hearing the suspect was charged with felony prostitution. The case was later dismissed by a superior court on a technicality.

ep 19: Los Angeles, CA 1

(12:20 PM Homicide Investigation) Sheriff's Dept Homicide Bureau - A call comes from a man who hasn't heard from a neighbor in a while and went in with the key and found him dead. They find him on the floor next to the bed with a pillow over his face. He was last heard from on Saturday. He's in his 50s and was known to pick up young boys for gay sex. Detective Mike Bumcrot checks around and finds gay video tapes. His friend was worried, called the realtor, got the key and came in. The say it must be someone he knew because she can't get in the building. They find his hands are cuffed and they cut them out. Later an 18 year old is caught in Las Vegas using his credit card. His Mercedes was stolen along with his wallet. They want them to arrest him. He says the 23 year old brother was driving the car. (7:20 PM Homicide Bureau) Detective Mark Cleaves is told the son confessed to his mom, but she won't say what he told her. He went home with the guy and smoked crack, hopes he isn't dead and if he is he wants to kill himself. (3:12 AM Garden Grove Police Briefing) He said he wanted to turn himself in at the Crystal Cathedral in Vegas. (4:30 AM Suspect Arrested) They go and get him. The pastor says he came in wanting to give himself up and he did it. The pastor says goodbye to him and tells him to tell the truth. They were going to go to Reno to get him, but they are glad he came back and it's over. West Hollywood Sheriff's Station (Training Evaluation) Deputy Sean Collinsworth talks to Deputy Paul Terrusa about his second month evaluation. His total score is 2.8, better than last time, but some areas weren't. His broadcast skills are good, but when answering the calls he's not listening. He's the closest unit and he doesn't hear it. The armed robber he took down 2 weeks ago was superb. Uniform and attitude are excellent, his saving grace. If it wasn't for his attitude he would've shot him a long time ago. (911 Man with Gun) The suspect was there before and the victim saw a gun, left and came back. They play a video tape dated 10/19/89 and it shows the guy coming into the tow yard and when he turns to leave they see the gun in his back. They wait outside for the guy to come back and they go in with guns drawn. There are four Asian guys inside and they ask the guy in the white shirt where the gun is. The other three aren't with him, so they let them out. Paul checks him out. The guy says it was a pipe, not a gun. He was pissed because they towed his car. He came out and his car was gone and he looked for it for an hour. He says he threw the pipe out. Sean wants to look in his van. He says OK, but it's not his van. A second guy says he has a BB gun in his car. They find it and it looks like a .45 caliber. The first guy wants to tell his point of view. Sean says his point is mute. They say a fake gun will get him killed. LA County - Sheriff's Dept West Hollywood - Deputy Brian Nelson says he gets a lot of support from his family. They get excited when he gets certain jobs, but they worry too. He's brought his fiancé out with him to see what he does. She puts a lot of faith in him and trusts him because he's got good training. (11:49 PM Assistance Call) A call of 6 male blacks trying to beat up a transvestite comes in. He instead goes to a call of three men detained. Joshua is 19 and has a wool hat over his eyes. They want to see if they are the ones causing trouble. Deputy Brian Hickey is on the scene. His American Express Card says James. He says that was a card he just found a minute ago and was going to throw it away. Brian asks him why he would do that and not turn it in. They call in to find out if it is stolen. He says he didn't use it, but it's a misdemeanor to have it. They check him to see if he has others. Josh wants to know if he'll get in trouble for finding it. He says no, you should call it in or give it to the police. Common sense says he would try to get it back to the owner. Josh is on probation for second degree robbery, he did his time and is that going to be a problem? Josh is arrested for receiving stolen property and they'll contact his probation officer. Another Case solved. Dedicated to the memory of Deputy Jack Murphy 1954-1988.

ep 18: San Diego, CA 5

(5:05 PM Child Abuse Unit) County Sheriff's Dept Northern Division Warrant Briefing -Detective Mike Radovich says the people across the hallway in #40 are their victims, 2 girls 6-7, thought the suspect was a little weird. He babysat them a couple months, then he started molesting him. She could always smell ether coming out of his apartment and he tried to show her XXX movies, but she wasn't into it. They could smell bottles cooking. They are looking for naked playing cards he showed them, a movie showing a foursome and adult magazine. They are taking everything. Deputy Bill Hubler goes along. (6:00 PM) They pull up with a vanload of people. Inside they tell the people to get facedown. There is a young girl there. Phyllis says they are looking for Mike, she doesn't know where he is or when he's coming home. There's a knife on the couch along with VHS pornos. There's a stolen car in the garage plus a meth kit loaded with needles and some have blood in them. They find the magazines too. If he was there he'd be arrested. (7:45 PM Subject Located) They pull him out of his car at gunpoint. There is also a male passenger in the car. Both are cuffed. He's wanted for sodomy. (Northern Division Street Patrol) Deputy Bill Hubler goes to Fox Point apartments around the back and meets Deputy Victoria Reden there. They go up to apartment #23 and a naked woman opens the door, says her boyfriend John is in the bathroom, doesn't know his last name because she just met him. She puts a red robe on. They have a warrant for John Nickalopolous. He asks what he did now and he doesn't have a gun, so they look for it. Then Bill finds a guy drinking in the closet that looks Jim Martin from Faith No More. He's pissed and glad he wasn't armed, or Vietcong or he'd be dead. John says the gun is in the closet where the guy was, so Bill feels really stupid. The woman points to where it is and he finds it. She says she's sorry and is innocent. Everything went well, it was a 9mm, good thing he wasn't a killer or he'd be dead. God watches over fools and cops. (911 Call Female with a Gun) Someone saw a person hand a gun to a woman who stuck it in her clothes. They grab a guy in a leather jacket and a Motorhead shirt. The girl is dressed like Debbie Gibson in a flannel shirt, gray jean vest and black felt hat. She has a black plastic Uzi toy on her. She says it's her sons as the guy eats an ice cream bar. Bill calls to a cop across the street and asks if he'd shoot him over it. He says yes. The woman says she bought it as a gift for her son. They take the toy away from her, the guy says he guesses he learned his lesson. Astrea Division Air Support - Deputy Ron Cowan is the pilot. They fly to a field in the middle of nowhere and there is a truck there. (5:20 PM Patrol Stop) The truck starts moving and they drop the helicopter down. Deputy Jon Shellhammer goes over and talks to the driver. He has no shirt on, there are 2 tires in the back that he says are his friends and belong to a Nissan. His paperwork is in order so he lets him go. (8:11PM) Back-up Call Drug Investigation - they go to watch the ground units because it's a bad neighborhood. They find one suspect in the bushes. The cops approach him and he runs. They follow him through yards, around in a circle and K-9 gets him until police arrive. It might be an off duty cop the dog belonged to.

ep 17: San Diego, CA 4

(Northern Division Street Patrol) Sheriff's Dept - Deputy Bill Hubler goes in his trunk for cuffs and a clipboard, then puts the cuffs on the shotgun inside. (2:45 PM Traffic Stop) He pulls over a black Z28 with license plate LE WEEZ. The driver Mrs. Anderson has over $9000 worth of traffic warrants and her license is suspend. The passenger Mr. Burton is sucking a lollipop and has no license either. She is pulled out and has no pockets to search and says she knows why she's getting arrested then yells “What?” really loud. He says the tape case and magazines are his and wants to know why they got pulled over. No front license plate. She starts crying in the back. He is free to go so he grabs his stuff and walks away. Bill finds an exacto knife kit in a wooden box, a vial of meth inside, a butane pencil torch and a glass crack pipe. She used to be a model and they find a folder of glamour shots of her posing in lingerie. Bill says she used to be a pretty good looking and she's not anymore. Central Jail - Sgt. Grant Burnett says the advisory committee on adult detentions will be inspecting them, so make sure they polished their shoes, get a haircut and are squared away. He reads off the assignment list for search, P&R, etc. and they head out. (3:40 PM) Deputy Gene Bursch is assigned to gate duty. The first guy gets one chance to go along with the program. They'll take the cuffs off and if he sits in the room for 4-6 hours he'll get no charges, if not he gets a padded room for 12 hours. They hand out bags to put possessions in. (4:45 PM) They ask the guy if he ever wanted to kill himself, he says yes, but not tonight. He's been charged with oral copulation and sodomy, $60,000 bail. He'll get a chance to post it, but most likely won't be able to. (6:20 PM) A man says they picked him up at the YWCA and they tell him to be quiet and he'll get out in a few hours. He wants to know something. They tell them they don't know anything. He says they are the f--king police, they should know. He and his pregnant old lady have been all over the US with no problem. They say he should stay out of San Diego. They search a guy on crystal meth. They can get violent, paranoid and attack because they think people are out to get them, especially the druggies. He says he slammed and shows where he did it. He sticks it in the breasts of a woman on a tattoo. His heart rate is 104 bpm, he says he's not using though. It's instant exercise. They look in the drunk tank and people are whooping it up. One guy spits on the door. Another guy, Wayne, says he hasn't done meth in a week. They say he's tweaking and lying. They put him in a padded room and he says "Why me?" They smell pot and a small Mexican and a black guy in the drunk tank are smoking it. They pull them out and search them. The joys of alcohol, a typical Friday night. (7:38 PM) Eddie the transvestite is brought in, he's a regular and is wearing a tube top, white hat and looks like a cross between Vince Neil and Cher. He is charged with possession. They check his arms and he has a huge scar where he shot up at 3pm. He says he'll be out in a few hours, maybe more since he looks so cute. They show guys inspected naked in the shower. William is brought in for being drunk. He's down on the floor and says he can get up. He's the Duncan Man and not turn his arm and hurt. Gene tells him to shut up. He won't open his mouth or follow the program. Gene says he's not going to make it. Eddie is fingerprinted. An old black drunk is let out, free again. He says maybe he drinks too much and maybe he belongs in jail. They say they'll see him tomorrow, he says maybe later tonight. Bill says all he had was a couple of beers. He has a bloody fat lip and was beat up. They go to inspect him and he fights and goes down. Three cops are on him and he starts screaming like a girl. They tell him he's heading for the rubber room. He keeps howling and says he'll cooperate. He leaves a big bloody spot on the wall. He says the cuffs are hurting him, but they can't take them off because he's fighting. He says he isn't fighting. (9:07 PM) A guy in solitary tried to kill himself by wrapping toilet paper around his chest and setting on fire. Gene asks why he did that. He says so he could get pain killers. Gene says it'll hurt twice as much with the burns. A Mexican drunk is brought in and wants to go home. Gene says to click his heels together three times and say, “there's no place like home.” They guy actually does it and Gene says drunks are so funny. They say goodbye to Eddie and they'll see him next week. Welcome to County jail gentlemen, step on inside.

ep 16: San Diego, CA 3

3 (Northern Division Roll Call) - Sgt. Derek Clark says the activity is still hot and heavy at 228, if anything goes on please stop, park in the driveway if you aren't busy, make them miserable. Robert who lives nearby has a radio tower and can listen to the police so he knows what's going on. When they go by let him know and he'll come out and throw rocks at the car they are chasing, he's not kidding. (911 Call Gunfire) They pull up and catch a white guy in the dark with a USA shirt. He says he's on his personal property and not doing anything so why are they bothering him? They explain the neighbors heard shots. He says to talk to them instead of him. The stop sign in front of his house has three holes in it and they found spend casings. He says he fired two shots, realized he did something wrong and went back in and stuffed it in the woodpile. They find the large handgun so he is cuffed. His girlfriend asks why they have to do this. It's felony in CA to discharge a weapon in an area where people can get killed or injured. (9:03 PM Traffic Stop) Derek pulls behind a car that sits through a couple of traffic light changes and pulls her over. Kimberly says she was going to a friends apartment. He says they've raided it a few times, it's a drug house. Everyone they pull out of there has drugs, they want to run them all at of the town, they are useless and should be swept out. She looks like a young Samantha Fox, heavily made up with lots of jewelry. She has a warrant for providing false info to the police. She swears to god she went to all her court hearings and cries. They find a bag of crystal meth, a pipe and a wad of cash in the car. She is cuffed and wants to know where they are going to take her. He says to the station. She wants to know where she'll go from there, she's scared, her family doesn't know where she is. He says to a women's facility. She says she didn't do anything, it's in her car. They talk to Ralph who arrives and says someone told him they saw his car getting stopped. She has no license, so they tow her car. He asks the cops if she said the drugs were hers. He says no, but he didn't ask her. They know the drugs are his and he's letting Kimberly take the fall. Kim asks how could he walk away and freaks out cursing him, calling him a jerk and god damn him. Derek says he has no doubt the drugs are his. (11:40 AM Rural Patrol) Deputy John Sheiferth says they are resident deputy sheriffs, they live in the community the serve. There are six other deputies in the rule enforcement program covering 200 square miles. They serve as detectives, an ambulance, whatever needed. (1:28 PM Domestic Call) He goes past Julian's Café to a house where a man has had problems with a guy being drunk and violent. He calls his partner to back him up. The windows on the house are broken out and a neighbor says the guy went nuts, ran off and his wife and kids are gone. They find him out back shirtless and bearded. He says he did it because he was pissed off at his wife. He says he's been there before, why don't they separate? He's been there 30 years, doesn't want to give it up, has been with her since he was 13 and he was 45 yesterday. He'll die with that witch, but he should leave her. They arrest him for being under the influence. At jail they read him his rights. (3:50 PM Traffic Stop) The guy says he has 3 deadly diseases - asthma, pneumonia and emphysema. He's like an older, grosser, dirty Charlie Manson who lives out of his car. He’s trying to get some sleep, trying to get some rest and is tired and sick. His car is filled with junk. He doesn't go to the hospital because he can't afford it. John says he should take up opportunities with the state for help instead of sleeping out there where tourists go. It's an old green car with a truck camper on the roof. He gets the car started and drives off. John says some people get stranded there with no money and they help them as best as they can. (Northern Division Street Patrol) Deputy Bill Hubler says they are going to have computers put in all the cars and will cut down paperwork by 50%. He is told not to take the car past 5gs. He says that would be 500mph and he would die, but his computer would survive. He drinks 7-11 coffee on the run. (3:12 PM Stolen Vehicle Call) A man had his truck stolen a week ago and a friend found it by the railroad tracks. He called the cops to go over there. It's totally stripped, the wheels are gone, the bed of the truck was removed and is in a yard, plus the stereo and seats are gone. They go over and the hood it up, but the plates are still on it. They go up to the house and Maureen Masonette comes out. She says her son lives there with her, she was just cooking and they surprised her. Rajee the son comes out and says Greg from down the street was driving it got stuck in the mud and left it there. He doesn't know Greg’s last name. Bill says he better think fast. They stripped it and he took the bed off because the guy wanted the bed for his truck. Bill asks if he thinks a 1988 Toyota truck would get stuck and left there forever. He says he doesn't have any way to contact the police. He's arrested for possession of stolen property. They tell the owner the guy was the one tearing the stuff off his truck and he has no theft insurance. (5:48 PM) Bill talks to Rajee at the station. He wants the truth on everything or he will go to juvenile hall and his mom won't come and get him. They let him go and the mom says thanks, Bill suggests a major change in friends. The owner says it's disappointing and tires to salvage what he can.

ep 15: San Diego, CA 2

2 (Eastern Division Street Patrol) Sheriff's Dept – Deputy Bob Frausto says they are going to a shooting call where a girl was screaming on the phone. Astrea Division – Air Support helicopter flies over. Bob runs to the house with another cop and finds a woman crying hysterically. She says she accidentally shot her boyfriend in the gut while playing with a gun. Fire and Rescue comes in and ambulances him off. Deputy Jon Shellhammer lands his helicopter so they can airlift him out. The girl says she was being taught how to shoot the gun and it went off. The bullet missed an artery by an inch. (3:45 PM Traffic Stop) Bob pulls over Dennis, a Hell’s Angel Biker. He tells him to get off the bike and he won’t. Bob asks to see his license and he just holds it up and tells him he knows he has one. He says the Sgt. told him he had a license. Bob says he has been suspended since 8/17, but the computer says it is valid. Dennis says he will beat him up any time, anywhere. (8:37 PM Family Disturbance) A man is trying to get into his house, but his wife won’t let him in. He was supposed to pick her up for lunch, but didn’t and she was embarrassed. She yelled at him, took his keys and stabbed him with a pencil through the window. Cops get his keys back so he can leave. Northern Division Street Patrol – Deputy Bill Hubler takes the call of a Mexican man holding a kid at knife point. (3:05 PM Attempted Kidnapping) They talk to the young girl who said he held a knife to her throat when he grabbed her from behind and covered her eyes. He said if she screams he’ll cut her head off so she kneed him in the private spot and ran. She didn’t see his face though. She takes him to Beaumont where she was walking home from school and shows Bill where he dragged her through the bushes. They find no evidence and since they have no description all they can do is step up patrols in that area. (9:22 PM Restaurant Disturbance) A woman doesn’t want the pizza she bought because it was supposed to be 12 slices and it was only 8 and since they touched it when they cut it she doesn’t want it. The owner says the pizza is the same size no matter how he cuts it. He winds up refunding her money to get rid of her.

ep 14: San Diego, CA 1

(Academy Graduation) Sheriff John F. Duffy is at the podium and makes the police cadets repeat, "I solemnly swear that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties I'm about to enter." He congratulates them and gives their first order - take that badge off that envelope and pin it on your chest. Then they all cheer. Deputy Bob Frausto says it is a unique place to be proactive in their job, the size is about the state of CT - 43,000 square miles from metropolitan policing to mountains and deserts. Helicopter patrol is a good way to cover rural and metro areas. Astrea Division Air Support (6:52 PM Fugitive Search) They are looking for a 5150, Dave, a psychotic violent subject who was hit with a taser and it didn't stop him. The Marshals went to arrest him, pulled the tasers out and took off. They lost him. Deputy Marshall Scott Hill says they hit him with two fully charged tasers and he fell back, ripped them out, laughed and ran back to his car. He's a white man, blonde, 6 feet tall, 180 pounds. A helicopter spots him near a backyard pool after a woman in the house saw him. Cops pour into the yard to look for him. They catch him and he keeps fighting them. Dave says his shoelace is untied, he didn't try to kick them and tries to close the door. They says he's outnumbered and it’s time to give it up. They hobble him and he sticks his tongue out at the camera. He's going to mental health. Deputy Marshall Joe Sprecco says he was supposed to go to mental health for evaluation, he didn't show up and they came to get him. Northern Division Station House - Deputy Bill Hubler watches cops go through fancy drug paraphernalia they confiscated. He signs in and they show how to use a colossal skull bong and a two pipe bong that doesn't need hands to smoke it. Bill takes his cooler and leaves. (2:47 PM Street Patrol) He goes to a call of a distraught mom who locked her 6 month old baby in the car. They are trying to open the door with coat hangers, the back window is open and the boy in the back is hysterical. They are in the shade, so it's not as bad. Bill works a Slim Jim down the door and gets it open. She pulls him out and the kid stops crying as a crowd of people look on. (7:35 PM Stolen Car Call) A plumber went to a liquor store, left his keys inside his work van and someone took it while he went inside. Real smart. The guy took off on Santa Fe and Deputy Brian Sheets caught him. The driver says he has no registration, but it's his van. He keeps asking what's wrong, says he has no ID, but a guy over there will ID the van as his. His name is Shawn Griffen and he just bought the van. Bill finds Coke cans with drugs in the back. He says he's not suing drugs, but they find meth on him which he says is not his. They go to cuff him and he fights hard. They choke him, he screams like a demon and they tell him to shut up. He tried to destroy the meth, a second offense. Brain asks Bill if he believes this guy. Shawn huffs, puffs, moans, groans and says he can't believe they set him up like this. Bill says he might have more dope in his sock. He keeps moaning and says they’re hurting him, but they are only taking his shoe off. What's it all about? He claims he's got a broken left foot, though he walked fine before. Bill says they can testify to how much powder they saw. Brian uses a credit card to scrape it up on the hood of his car and collects it. The guy tried to jam it down the backseat of the car. He asks if it's his why wouldn't he hide it, they said he's stupid that why. He wants someone to pick up his car. They say they'll impound it and he’ll never get it back. His real name is Walter Bradsure, Bill's arrested him 4-5 times before, but he didn't even recognize him until now. Walt says they've harassed him enough. Bill says he's caught him buying drugs before. (911 Call Stabbing) Northern Division Street Patrol - Sgt. Derek Clark calls Vista paramedics, they have a person down. A woman says someone was stabbed. A mom says a woman stabbed her daughter in the eye, she won't calm down, she's dying and she'll kick her guts out. She gets hysterical and they rush away the suspect. EMS arrives as they tie off the crime scene and her mother goes crazy. The victim stepped in between a fight and got stabbed in the face and the hand by Constance. They have to seal her house off because that's where it happened. The mom says she was crazy, came at her like the guy in Psycho, said she was not her daughter, smashed her in the face with a frying pan which didn't stop her, kicked her while she was down and she still came at her. They'll get her medication and lock up her apartment. She says she just wanted to talk to someone. Deputy Victoria Reden says she got stabbed and didn’t pull it out, jammed it back and forth and got cut from eye to mouth. The woman has a ton of medication and drinks constantly. The bathroom is covered with blood and they find the knife there totally cleaned off, but broken.

ep 13: Portland, OR 13

(2:30 PM Traffic Stop) Multnomah Co. Sheriff's Dept - Sgt. Loren Caddy says another officer has a potential DWI under arrest and he needs Loren to breathalize him. A car hat hit a bunch of mailboxes and they went over to check it out and found open containers and Buds on ice in the back. They guy wouldn't talk, struggled and then passed out in the back of the police car. Back at the station the shirtless man won't give his name. He wants the cuffs off, wants to make a phone call and if they treat him like a piece of dog s--t, he's going to act like a piece of s--t. He won't say who he wants to call and already knows his rights. Loren says he has different rights and reads to him about DWI. The guy says they beat him up. He gives him the phone number as 749 and wants the cuffs off. Loren asks him if it's long distance. It's in Salem, he doesn't know where he is. He wants the cuffs off, knows a lot of local people who will reverse the charges, they'll accept it. Loren calls for him and the guy says his name is Zoom Zoom Zim Zam, they'll accept it. He says to arrest him, Loren says he's already under arrest. He asks what's for? He tells him DWI, but he doesn't accept that. He calls Loren a piece of s--t. They say he can have the cuffs off if he goes in the cage, but he doesn't want to go in there. He says he has no address, won't say his weight or anything. Loren tells him to back off, his breast stinks, he has enough and puts him in the cell cuffed. Tammy arrives to ID him. She says his name is Scott, he lives with her and they let him go with her. He warns her of his dinosaur breath, he says he doesn't have a Social Security number, to ask his mother. He is lucky they don't put him in detox. She asks if he's been obnoxious, Scott says no. After he leaves Loren says, "What a jerk." (Narcotics Task Force Warrant Briefing) Sgt. John Bunnell is going to meet the rest of the crew and have a chalk talk. There is a report of five suspects in the house, including R Lu, the female they are looking for. He's going to grind it to a halt in front of the house. They get the battering ram ready with John. (12:15 PM Warrant Served) It takes four hits to ram the door open. John yells to get down and they cuff everyone. She an old woman who says she has a problem with her shoulder and doesn't sell coke, but they find a big baggie of it. She's asked if she works and John says to put “refused to answer.” (4:10 PM 2nd Warrant Briefing) Detective Doug Ross says they are growing 300-400 pot plants. They'll go in nice at first and smash their way in if they have to. (5:21 PM Warrant Served) A barking dog gets in John's face and he threatens to shoot it if they don't pull it off. They find two huge rooms full of pot plants growing to the ceiling. There is also a calendar going back to January with his growing schedule. They seize $8,000 worth of pot. The suspect says he read how to grow it in a book. It's the first time he's grown it, doesn't know any sellers. John says to just arrest him, he's not helping them any. Portland - North Precinct (Street Patrol) Officer Harry Jackson says he wants to see if he knows a whore on the street. (3:20 PM) He knows Mrs. Lynn, who says she doesn't live there and is going to a house to see an old friend. She knocks at the door and asks if they remember her. They don't. She says her mom lives down the street and she used to lay out in the yard last Summer. The wife says we don't know her. She lives on Alameda, but has a friend down the street. She wants to use the phone, she's going to Vancouver street and says, "With you around Jackson, who needs the national Guard.” (4:35 PM) He spots Alexandra McConnell AKA Buffy walking and checks her. He asks what she's doing, if she has rubbers and she's playing Russian Roulette with her life. She says she'll live her life the way she wants, if god wants to take her now, he will. He asks is that how it is? Then asks about the night her nose got rearranged, did she like that? No. He says well he thought it was all right, she thought it was wrong. You may think whoring is right, but other people think it's wrong. She doesn't understand about having crack babies. He says she'll go right around the corner and jump in the first car. He's known her for years, arrested her, got her treatment, testified for her court, everything. She won't answer, has the right to remain silent. She thanked him since he was the only one who showed up in court, not even her mom did. (6:47 PM) He spots Laura and says he's glad she looks so good because he thought he would lose her. She says she's working legit and used to work this corner. He asks what changed her. She says you did, he got her off the streets. He says he better not catch her outside, she says she knows she was a hard head, thanks him and gives him a hug and a kiss.

ep 12: Portland, OR 12

12 (3:40 PM Street Patrol) East Precinct. People call because they think have a rattlesnake in their yard. Officer Lon Sweeney says it is a bull snake and uses a stick to toss it over their fence. (5:35 PM Racial Harassment Call) Cops go to a skinhead's house to arrest guys who attacked some blacks with baseball bats. A white girl comes home and freaks out that they won't let her in since she lives there. A bunch of skins are brought to jail. (9:41 PM Traffic Stop) Lon pulls over a motorcycle. Bobby stops and then does a U turn and takes off. He gets caught in the dirt and Lon jumps out and pushes him over and arrests him. He knows who Bobby is, but not why he ran. (911 Call Auto Theft) A couple of teenage guys try to hot wire a 280-Z and get caught by the owner. The owner punches the 17 year old thief wearing a Judas Priest in the nose making it a bloody mess. The second thief is Justin Swackhammer who is 15 and is wearing an Ozzy shirt. He stands down the road giving them the finger and egging them on. They catch him and the bloody guy spits on the victim and almost gets punched again. The 15 year old is drunk, spitting, cursing and frothing. (2:40 PM Domestic Call) Ed is a 20 year old man who sniffs paint. He is hiding in his moms' shed with a knife. His sister just died from paint sniffing because she drove over a cliff. They try to help him, but he doesn't want any help. Mom wants him to hurt her so they will arrest him. There is nothing they can do, so they leave. Three weeks later he kills himself.

ep 11: Portland, OR 11

(911 Call) Multnomah County Sheriff's Department - A man in a truck makes a call of not seeing a gun, but three people were shot. Deputy Chris Peterson says it's a confusing call, a Hispanic man left the scene westbound on Holgate in red shorts and EMS is on the scene. Inside they give CPR to one victim as Life Flight arrives. Chris goes into the ambulance to talk to a victim. He says 25 year old Alvarado Alvarosa shot him. A woman is brought out on a stretcher. Deputy John Blackman heads to the scene to help with the perimeter. A woman says Sergio is a witness, not the shooter and they are looking for him. They go through a yard and find a bunch of pot plants. A woman says Sergio is inside sitting on the couch, he's her boyfriend who was running, doesn't know what he was doing and wasn't outside. They go in and it's totally dark except for the TV. They say he was seen running and to come with them and no one knows who the shooter is yet. Sergio says he heard the sirens and someone yelling "Amigo, amigo, shoot me." He went and hid behind a fence to not get shot and it turns out he's innocent. (Witness Interrogation Sheriff's Office) Sergio was to be the fourth victim, but he hauled ass out of there. Sergio speaks in Spanish and says Alvarado came to the apartment, didn't know the girl was living there and asked why he and his friend were there. The girl was dating his friend and he starting shooting 3-4 minutes after he came in. They show him a picture and he says that's him. He's still at large and all three victims died at the scene. Sergio is scared to death he's going to get him. (911 Call Shoplifter) Sgt. Loren Caddy goes to a Safeway supermarket where two employees are sitting on a bald man. He stole cigarettes and the employees recognized him from another store. He has a basket full of Camels and was caught 6 weeks ago stealing steaks. He's gone to trail, but it hasn’t completed. He's a junkie, shoots heroin, has five charges against him including being a habitual offender. If he fought in any way it's robbery. He's sweating and says he’s been shooting up for 20 years, tried to quit a few times and was off it for a week. He works to support it, has a big habit and no family because they left a long time ago. He's going through withdrawal and desperately wants a cigarette. He's 41, never went to jail and started hustling in the last year. He went to work and had no energy, so he would leave at 2pm to get well. The boss doesn't understand. Loren says they want him there to work and he should ask the judge for help. He has a 7 year old kid he wants to get back, but she deserves better. He's been doing it for 26 years and has to steal to support his habit. (4:35 PM) Narcotics Task Force Drug Sting Operation - Sgt. John Bunnell says they are going down the street 30 blocks where the dope is. Once they get there they'll have to improvise since they don't know what to expect. He sets up in a lot and two women walk up that they want to arrest. (6:00 PM) John tells Blinky that they are getting on the bus with their mother. He pulls up on the curb next to the bus and grabs Gina when she exits. She wants to know why she's under arrest. They say she has warrants, is that good enough? She says she's about to pee in her pants now, the money she has isn't hers, Robbie gave it to her to buy drugs, but took off. Gina says she can call Robbie on his beeper and ask him to meet her. She cries, she's going to set him up. (7:15 PM) She can have $600 on her. Special Agent Ed Fisher says if she doesn't get a 1/4 pound she's going to jail. He says Brenda just went to jail from being snitched on. She wants to make a deal and says she's got the money on her. Rocky doesn't have that much, but Joe his runner has it. He'll call her back at that the number. (8:32 PM) She says he's in either a blue B210 or a silver 1988. They go to the deal point and spot a car. She makes a deal, gives the signal, they surround the dealer and arrest him. He is Cuban and says his fingerprints won't be on the bag full of drugs. He says it's not his, even though it was right next to him. He faces charges with no bond, they’ll hold him in a federal prison, then ship him back to Cuba. John asks, "Jesus, does it ever end?"

ep 10: Portland, OR 10

(8:10 PM Armed Suspect Call) Multnomah County Sheriff's Dept - Sgt. Loren Caddy takes a call and goes to his car. Officer Lon Sweeny gets his supplies and goes to his car. Both respond to a kid seen with a shotgun in a blue bag. Lon gets there first and hops a couple of fences along with a state trooper. He's at 3537, but can't see him. Loren spots him on Bush and pulls in a driveway and goes over two fences with his gun drawn. Lon tells people to go inside. Loren catches the 15 year old white kid, Stacey, in aquamarine pants after he dumped the gun. Lon goes back with some other officers and finds a sawed off shotgun in a duffel bag with a butane torch. It is loaded and he jammed it. He is questioned and says he didn't run away from home, but he did run away from a boys home two weeks ago. He's been arrested for robbery 2, theft 1. They say you usually don't find kids with shotguns. Because it is Remington if you don't know how to use it, it jams. He says he'll shoot a cop if he has to. They are glad he said where the gun was so a kid didn't get hurt to keep that flame going. (Narcotics Task Force Informant Briefing) Deputy Jerry Hill talks to Lane about what he's comfortable with to catch a dealer friend of his. He says he hasn't dealt with him for a while and drinks out of a Batman cup. (5:45 PM) The man makes a call asking for 4 and they record it. He says a young punk kid will make the delivery. He says if white is too hard, he'll get 3 brown. If you ask for over 4 they think it’s the cops because it's too much money. (7:30 PM) Sgt. John Bunnell pulls up in a truck to a Burger King for the deal. It's supposed to be a young Hispanic in a sports car. The signal is the guy left his money in the car and he'll go back for it and take off his shirt. Bunnell spots a white car where Lynn is as he gets out into his black Camero. Jenny is a tall blond in a black dress who exits and comes back. Two cars drive in front and back to box them in behind a movie theater and pull them out at gunpoint. The woman is taken away and the man has shorts and no shoes. He has something big wrapped in his pocket and says he doesn't know what it is, he was just told to bring it there. Bunnell opens it up and it's a quarter pound of black tar heroin. A female is brought over to inspect the woman. She finds a wad of money in her purse and she says it's his and she doesn't know where he got it. She is all cooperative, he is not, so they stop talking to him and say he just fell in a hole with a deep bottom. (Armed Robbery Warrant) Columbia Villa District - Deputy Mark Romanaggi has information that a wanted felon is inside one of these apartments. Officer Craig Major knows his grandmother and they are going to search her house #8627 first. (7:30 PM) She answers the door with a baby in her arms. She hasn't seen Bill since the last time they were there. She doesn't want them to let him go if they catch him, but she doesn't want him to get killed. (4:45 PM Sister's Apartment) She says there is no one else there, but there is a baby crying. They find cigarettes and she doesn't smoke. She then admits he was just there and ran out. (10:20 PM Girlfriend’s Apartment) Linda says there is no one there. She gives consent to search and doesn't care. They find $900 in cash in her purse. They say it's either counterfeit or from drug sales. They find bullets and Craig calls that they have 5 robbery charges to hold him with to get the bail up so he can't get out. (11:36 PM) They hear he's the Crown Motel on interstate and union. (11:51 PM) They go over to the hotel and spot him leaning in a car on the street and jump out and grab him. He says he's down and didn't do anything wrong as they cuff him. They find a gun in his jacket and he isn't happy. It looks like a .44 and they are happy. He has cigarettes and he says it's peppermint, but it's bullets. He is wearing a Summer Olympics 84 shirt and says his friend loaned him the gun. They say to save it until he's mirandized.

ep 9: Portland, OR 9

(7:45 PM Gang Violence) North Precinct Roll Call - Officer Harry Jackson is with a group in the gym who is told if the press confronts them about the National Guard, don't say a word, refer them to the chief's office. They leave and Harry goes to a call of a fight where someone is bloody. John has a bloody face and is wearing a Van Halen 1980 ringer tour shirt. His wife says guys grabbed bats and sticks and beat him. His brother was there too, he said they told him, "don't f--k with the Crips" Their car is destroyed, all the windows are smashed and there is blood on the roof. A group of kids got in front of him and when they stopped they were attacked. The older brother has bad bruises on his back. The one that got it the worst rode up on his bike to help. The wife and her 10 year old were in the car. Harry drives to a known gang area and there are a bunch of guys in the street fighting. He asks what's going on, but they says nothing. A big black guy with a backwards hat wants to know why. Harry says he matches a description from the assault. He says he didn't do anything and wants to go see the guy. They bring the victims to ID him and the woman says that's him. He swears he didn't do it and wasn't there. (8:50 PM) At Emmanuel Hospital they go to the male victim who is on the table in a brace. He says bring him in and he'll ID him, he wants him to hang. He says he was running on Skidmore and a citizen stopped, pulled a gun and all the guys chasing him ran and saved his ass. They bring in a younger thinner black guy for him to ID. The victim says nothing until he leaves and says it was definitely him. Afterwards the suspect was charged with two counts of racial intimidation and assault in the 2nd degree. Multnomah County Sheriff's Dept - Sgt. John Bunnell says he has a search warrant for a pot growing operation, the kilowatt usage is really high for the residence, there is no one home and the warrant expires tomorrow. They are going to gently force their way in and not make a big production. (Narcotics Unit Task Force - Warrant Served) In the basement there are tarps up, behind them are a bunch of plants that are starters. In another room there are a bunch of huge plants. Deputy Kevin Peterson breaks the lock off the garage and finds a classic red Corvette inside. John find a locker with scales and a bunch of guns including a .44 Magnum with a laser site. Kevin says he's their kind of guy and he wants the gun and the Vette. They also find a generator and a converter box in the basement. Kevin says the back door was unlocked, so they just walked in. There is also a huge reflector light. They load up a wagon with the bag of plants and tow the Vette away. John makes a phone call to the answering machine at the house. He says, "This is John Bunnell, Multnomah County Sheriff's Office, we just stopped by to say hello, if you have any questions concerning our visit, please call me 255-3600, oh by the way we took your guns, we took your marijuana and your car just so you don't think a burglar did it, but the police have it, bye." (7:20 PM Accident Investigation) East Precinct Street Patrol - Officer Lon Sweeney is at 87 and Ellis. A brown firebird hit a big postal mailbox and ran. He checks it out and finds a needle. It turns out the front of the car hit a telephone poll. Witnesses say he ran through the hedges and might be right there. His license plate is 299 CAR. They call a K-9 and ask a man in his yard if he saw anyone and he says absolutely no one. They find Raymond shirtless hiding under a car. He comes squirming out like an alligator and is cuffed. Lon asks him why he did that, he says he doesn't know, but didn't do it on purpose. He says please don't let the dog get me. It keeps barking, but doesn’t make a sound. He tells him it has laryngitis. Ray left the car because he got scared. EMS arrives to look at him and he says his ribs hurt, not sure what you call it, he jumped out of the car while it was still moving and the door it him, he hasn't drank…but took meth, injected it, less than 1/4 of a gram. He starts hyperventilating and they pull him out and take the cuffs off. Lon says not to do anything stupid if he thinks he's in pain now. They load him into an ambulance and he says help me. (8:45 PM Man with a Gun Call) Lon asks 2 little girls if they saw a guy carrying an orange bag and they say no. He drives through a park to cut him off and finds three guys sitting at a picnic table. He says the guy with the gun told him he was going to stay home, he just wanted to come out for a while and the gun is home. The guy won't get up so Lon twists his arm and he howls, screams and he has to throw him down and finds a gun on him. He says it's a cap gun. They yell at him not to walk around the park and threaten people, they warned him about him an hour ago. He's upset because he just found out his brother died of a heroin overdose. Lon says he will die of a lead overdose.

ep 8: Portland, OR 8

(911 Call Domestic Violence) Multnomah, Co - Deputy John Blackman goes to a house at night next to a school and walks up to knock on the door, but it is open. They find blood on the doorstep and a woman crying who says he's in the back bedroom. They arrest a man who said he didn't do anything. They say his wife is bloody and crying. She wants to press charges then he wants to press charges. He says it looks like she was screwing the neighbor to him. John yanks him out the door and the suspect says he's twisting his arm. He says after what he did to his wife he doesn't really care. He says he didn't do it. John supposes she fell down. The fire department arrives to check her out and she has lots of swelling, might have a concussion. She asks how bad she looks and wants to go over and slap him because he knows what he did to her. They says she can't, but he does know what he did. She cries and gets loaded into the ambulance. John says she needs to file a restraining order, get a divorce, its assault and to take care of it on Monday. (One Week Later) They are going back to the same place. John asks what happened this time. She says the same thing as last week and asks if he's the same cop as before. He is. The suspect is hiding outside. He says he'll go look for him and finds him hiding in the weeds. He's arrested , says he wants to press charges and has blood on his face. John dumps him over the fence and he crashes hard and moans. He told him to roll over, but he didn't listen. When he sees his wife he goes for her and they have to push him away and are tired of playing games with him. He says he wants a minute and they are getting involved in something they shouldn't be. She comes along crying and wanting to talk. A female cop tells her to get back in the house and has to lead her away. They put the guy in the car and he says maybe he can talk to her after. He still wants to talk to his wife. He ripped John's shirt and tried to kick him. He hit his face on the door running out when Officer Van Dyke arrived. They tell her she needs to file paperwork on him, maybe that way he'll get counseling, he needs it, he also needs to dry out. Officer Harry Jackson talks to a black prostitute. She says she's going to a friends'. He wants a note from the friend. She hasn't been arrested, but has been out on the streets a long time. (North Precinct Street Patrol) He goes around the corner and finds the girl standing there. He's mad she lied that she was going home and she's just standing there. Victor the pimp comes walking up and Harry knows him, he's looking for his lady. He just came jumping out of the bushes. He says he sent Arlene home. She says she doesn't know him. Harry then spots Michael the pimp hiding in a doorway across the street. He knows him too. She says she's with him. He waves at Harry and Harry calls him over. He asks Michael if he made her work and she's all smiles. Victor takes off and Mike says she is her girlfriend. Harry wants to know why he lets her stand on the corner while he watches. He says she's making money. Harry asks why doesn't he go work and make money. He says he works. Harry says he's a jealous type that wouldn't want his lady doing freaky things with strangers. He asks how he could do that to do her. He says he can't force her, she does what she wants. Harry says she's been out there 4-5 months and he hasn't arrested her, she's overdue. He feels bad about it. Mike wants to know when he's not working. Harry says everyone asks him that and he sends them away. Homicide Division Murder Investigation (9:40 PM Sunday) A victim tried to run away and was shot, then another victim was shot. They talked to the unit manager and they went to University hospitals. Detective Ed Herbert talks to a female witness whose face and voice are hidden who says they were on a patio telling jokes and Preston came out, pulled a gun and shot Paul through the head and blood came out both sides of his head. She then cries. Ed tells her to take a break. She smokes and says she thinks Preston said, "you're next you son of a bitch" and pointed it at Gene. Gene's chair went back on the gravel, he tried to get away. Everything went in slow motion and she turned, didn't know what to do, she was scared. Ed draws a circle of the table next to Everett street and wants her to draw where everyone was. She says Paul was here and he came over with the gun and shot him. They go back to the crime scene and say everything is the way it was. Paul's body is still in the chair. They check his head wound. It's a smoking gun, only thing that would've been simpler was to find the suspect standing over the body. Good eyewitnesses, got the suspect, it's not the what, it's the why. Murder Suspect Police tape - Preston is an old white man with glasses who says Paul came in the laundry room and talking about him and it was a big lie. He threatened to beat his face in and told everyone he did it and was the aggressor. It caused him to come back later that night with his gun in his hat. He told him to take back his lies and he wouldn't. He looked at him like you go to hell. He had the gun, but he can't say for sure if he squeezed the trigger, he's thought about it in his mind, but he just doesn't know. Detective Kent Perry makes a call to the hospital about a shooting victim named Gene Wilbur who was brought in. They say he's getting ready for surgery, he was shot in the arm and the bullet went through his chest. He's a paralyzed, the best he'll be in a paraplegic. (11:05 AM Wednesday) They go to him in the hospital and ask if he had problems with Preston in the past. Everyone has, he was being evicted, he was too much trouble. He never threatened him before, but he threatened Paul saying he was going to shoot him. He doesn't own a gun, never has, never told Preston he owned a gun. Why would he say that? He doesn't know. He asks if Preston killed anyone. They pause and finally say yeah. He says that's too bad. Then it goes to a KATU Ch 2 news clip of Jeff Gianola who says a 62 year old man just died who was shot on June 25. It was Gene Wilbur of 2041 NW Everett. They were sitting outside when both were shot by a man who lived in their apartment.

ep 7: Portland, OR 7

(12:48 AM Traffic Stop) Multnomah County Sheriff's Department - District 30 - Street Patrol - Deputy John Blackman pulls over a car for not signaling and the car won't stop. He runs all over, turns his lights off, pulls into a driveway and bails out. He is caught in a field and says he hasn't been in jail for a long time. His license was suspended and says he could be the Green River Killer. He is paranoid and was just trying to go over the Railroad Tracks and not bottom out that is why he was driving screwy. Sgt. John Bunnell hides a bag of heroin in a room to test a new K9 who is with Deputy Lee Houston. The dog finds it and is given a ball reward. Narcotics Task Force Briefing (8:00 AM Makes a Call to Middleman) - Deputy Lane Sawyer tapes it. At 9 AM he takes $17,000 to make a buy. He meets with a guy and a girl in a truck to make the deal later. (11:45 AM Drug Buy) They meet for the buy and bust two Mexican guys at 125th and Division with a kilo of coke. (12:15 PM Middleman Arrest) They go back to the trailer to get the dirty, bearded man. He is pissed they arrested him in front of his kids. (10:22 PM 911 Call) A young boy comes out to meet Sgt. Loren Caddy to say his dad Bob pushed his mom. The woman is on the floor and not breathing and Loren gives CPR then one of the Cops grew gives CPR again and again until paramedics take over. They take her top off and defribulate. The husband is freaking out about being cuffed. He says she was drunk and came at him with a knife and he kicked her in the chest. Paramedics load her into an ambulance and see no wounds on her. She was pronounced dead at the hospital.

ep 6: Portland, OR 6

6 (911 Call Domestic Violence) Multnomah, Co - 11:14 AM - Deputy Chris Peterson takes a call from a mother who says her 16 year old son is pushing her around and no weapons are involved. He gets there and talks to a couple of guys on the street who say the kid is over there under a car. Then Chris drives as they stand on the car two blocks looking for the kid. Mom says she has no idea why he's like this. Chris asks if he's on drugs. She says no, he flipped out ever since his dad went to jail. (9:22 PM) He's still chasing the kid and wants to arrest him for assault for beating up his mom. They finally catch him and a bunch of cops grab him. He has a long mullet and says they are hurting him and calls for his mom. His mom is right there and doesn't want them to arrest him. Chris yells at her not to call the police if she doesn't want their help. In jail he says he didn't run, didn't resist arrest and didn't know he was under arrest. He asks why do they think they were chasing him. (Neighborhood Dispute) Dennis says his kids saw a boy named Mike shooting a BB gun last week and then today the window on his truck was shot out. Chris goes over there and the dad says no one saw him do it. Mike says he has a BB gun and shoots it in the backyard, not at his house. He might've shot a tree, it bounced off and broke his window. Dad offered to pay for it and went to talk to him. The wife says he refused to pay for it and it's not true, that's why the police are here. He tried to plead with Dennis to pay for it and he declined. It's the wife. Chris says Mike admitted breaking it and they should pay. He says he tried. Dennis says he wants them to take the BB gun away. Chris says they are all nice about it and Mike has probably learned his lesson. It’s going to be a long, hot summer and they need to get along. (Tactical Detail 6:45 AM) Det Sgt. Tom Seipert says the car is the deal today, V1 is primary, V2 is stolen and has been gone a few days. They have mugshots of James E. Whipple. He was arrested for burglary a week ago and drives like crazy. If they corner him he'll get spooked and dump the car, rob 2-3 houses and has no fear of getting caught. They watch him get in a brown car, go into a pawn shop and come back with beer. (8:35 AM) Detective Pat McGuire calls a judge and wants to file a search warrant for James. He has seen him today, is an active residential burglar, has been arrested recently, he’s seen him drive 2 cars, another guy drives the van for him, both cars are stolen and wants a search warrant to arrest them. (10:37 AM) They suit up to get him and all go in a van except for Tony & Gary who will go around the back. It's a drug house, so expect drugs and weapons, he might be armed, be careful. They smash the door in and get two guys and a girl on the floor. James is in the basement. He says he won't make any moves and has no weapons. Then they find another guy and take James outside to search him. He gets unauthorized use of a vehicle, two counts of auto theft and two counts against Stanley. He says they followed him around a couple days, so why did they allow him to continue, if he was breaking the law? So they could get him with bigger crimes. He says yes, but he makes it sound like he encouraged him to break the law. He didn't suggest he break the laws, he did it on his own. North Precinct Street Patrol - Officer Becky Wooten goes to a call of a guy with felony warrants running through a lot. She goes through huge bushes to get to the guy. He's a wild looking black guy with no shirt, says it's police brutality, it's not cool and to get his mother at 308 and to have her follow him. They say his mom's in jail and to get in the car. He asks why, because he's a chump? They have to clean up because of the bushes and the guy does drugs. (911 Call Domestic Violence) A woman calls that a man has a deep wound and hangs up. They go into the house since the door is open and a black mom says her son stabbed him. The mom says they aren't getting nothing until they see how Willie's doing. So does another woman. He has blood all over him and says Willie is her dad. He's about ready to pass out so they walk him outside and a girl runs by them and the two women flip out. Becky says he was the ambulance driver. The girl in blue is the daughter, she can't talk and cries. The one in yellow is the mom, she holds her and tells her she has to let go. He's the one who hurt her and they all got hurt in the long run. She says the kid is only 14, that's teenagers these days.

ep 5: Portland, OR 5

(Bureau of Police) Officer Harry Jackson is #578 and patrols an area with prostitutes. He stops to talk to two of them on Stafford and Union. The young girl says she is 18, Harry says no. She says her birthday is 8/26 and that he knows her. The older woman tells her to shut up and answer the questions and she's going to get a 40, some Taco Bell and going home to eat. He asks why was she talking to a man in a car then. She claims it was her boyfriend and he doesn't buy it. The young girl turns out to be 15 years old and again says he knows her. He says he talks to 25 girls a night and doesn’t remember their names unless he arrests them a bunch of time. She curses a few times so he arrests her. She says her mom is dead and the older one tells her to shut up. Harry wants to see her shoes and see if the older one has warrants. She just met her, didn't know she was 15, was with a friend and he can ask her. The 15 year old tries to get out the other side of his police car and he puts her back in. The older says she was with a retarded dude and is going to get him some tacos because he has nothing to eat. He asks if she is going to be back on the street. She says hell no, it'll take 15 minutes. He checks the 15 year olds’ purse, finds condoms and wants to contact her parents to see if they know what she's doing out there everyday. He calls for a female officer because she crawls out of the car, up on the roof, her dress goes up and she curses out the cameraman for 10 seconds street. She's totally high and it takes a few cops to calm her down. Harry gives her to a female to transport her to juvenile. She fights, rolls, struggles, screams, says get off of me and they throw her in the back of car where she yells at them. Harry can't believe how strong she is. (Narcotics Task Force Buy-Bust Briefing) Multnomah County Sheriff's Dept - Sgt. John Bunnell says they are going to a hotel in the area with Hispanics fresh up from Mexico they want to get rid of. Special Agent Celeste Cowan is going in and he tells her to be calm, like she wants to party. Talk if you must, ask for coca or cheva. If they want to take them somewhere, take off across from the Bomber. The girls use a red corvette to make the buy as John watches from across the street hoping they can do this in one shot. The guys see them and approach and the girls make a buy for $200. It's their second buy of black tar. It's a lot of dope. They'll follow up tomorrow. (11:16 AM Next Day) John wants them to flash a lot and has $17,000 cash. He wants them to ask for a pound, but to pay for half of it now, half later. Don't front the money, it doesn't leave the car or else they'll be working parking patrol in Butte Montana and they laugh. Celeste goes up to the house smoking as kids are around. John hopes she doesn't give the bust signal because he needs to see more of it. She asks to see a pound. John gets nervous she is going to blow it. The drugs are at the sister's unit where the little girl is, she's the drug runner. She counts it out, that's the bust signal. Undercover and uniformed cops pour into the first unit. John says he won't take the kids if she shows them where the rest of the dope is. If she won't tell then kids are gone. The woman agrees and leads them around back and the kids try to go in too. She goes into the room and then acts like she doesn't know what they want. They explain it’s drugs and guns. John finds a sack with 10 big bags of black tar, $250,000 - $300,000 worth. John tells Celeste she did a good job, but he was worried. Sgt. Loren Caddy goes to a bad accident. Traffic is blocked off everywhere, fire department has the jaws of life, EMS arrives, life flight takes one off and the second person is dead. There is also a young girl in the crash., she is 6, going by ambulance. There were four women in car, the driver is DOA and her feet were pinned under gas pedals. There is a set of teeth on the dash. A witness says he was behind the brown Toyota that got hit. It stopped at the stop sign and the second guy broadsided them doing 50mph. The husband shows up and says it was his wife, sister in law and two kids. He asks if his wife made it and Loren doesn't want to tell him. He says he doesn't know…did he see the cars? The 6 year old and 12 year old are OK, they need you more. The 12 year old was taken first, before they got there, they called, she is OK. They were out garage sale shopping and found clothes in the car. Loren asks him if he has someone to drive him or needs a ride. He says he can do it. He's not a doctor, but the guy needs some help to deal with it. Anything he can do, let him know and gives him his card. He has a friend in the truck and Loren wants the friend to drive. Jenny's in one hospital and the other kid is in another hospital. His friend Bud says to park his truck and he'll take him to the hospital in his truck. They all go to the hospital with Bud where they tell him his wife was fatally injured in the accident, it was instant. To encourage the use of seatbelts the husband allowed the footage in the segment to be shown.

ep 4: Portland, OR 4

4 (12:20 PM) Multnomah Co Sheriff's Dept - Deputy Lane Sawyer and Sgt. John Bunnell drive and explain about surveillance they have on a business in the southeast. They have a warrant on the business and the house and have Bob now on a traffic stop in a blue Camero. John says he won't cooperate. They talk to Bob Park, who has his kid with him. Lane tells him he works narcotics and has been watching him sell coke. He can say nothing if he wants, but Lane can go full bore on him, if he finds enough he can go federal and Bob can get 10 years. Bob says he isn't the guy, they should know who he is getting it from. Lane says he might know who he is, but needs his cooperation. They check his trunk, it's filled up by a large speaker. They find a shotgun inside and he says it doesn't work and is old. There is a handgun in the front, but no dope in the car. He has a wad of cash on him. (1:15 PM) They take him back to a hotel and have him make a call to his buyer. He wants a half and tells her to be careful. John tells him they will set the call up for 1pm tomorrow. If he doesn't show up he promises that he'll come down hard on him. He didn't show up and a warrant issued for his arrest. (11:00 AM Next Day) Deputy Dennis Fitz says a package came by UPS and it was ID'd for drugs. (Narcotics Task Force Briefing) They have the package and want to deliver to the house and arrest who accepts it (12:10 PM) They go to the house and there are two women inside. Deanna says the package is for her. John tells her to be very cooperative. She says she will. John says if she is truthful she can stay home, if she jerks them around, she'll be going to jail. In the back they find a drug scale and bags of coke. The women says they are not heavily involved in coke sales, the maximum she sells to is to 10 people a day, not $1000s a day. John asks where she got the coke. She says a guy named Mike. John asks what would happen if she called him. She calls to make a meet for an ounce. John sets up a meeting - it never ends.(2:27 PM) John says the guy is en route. When he shows up, grab them both and he'll meet with Lane. The guy shows up in blue and black shorts. He and a woman go up to the house. Once they go inside the cops run to the house. The girl has a cigarette in a death grip as they cuff her and take her out. They ask Mike where he gets it from. He says the guy they busted, Bob Park. Lane asks where he is. He says he doesn't know directly, but he'll make a deal (9:45 PM) They set up a meeting with Bob at a car wash. They jump him and he growls and says OK. John yells at him that they told him not to screw around and he learned his lesson. He has a bag of dope and a couple bags in the van. Bob gets a bloody lip in the struggle. John says he wants to search his van and apartment. Bob says there is nothing, same as last time, he wants to talk to his lawyer, then says to go ahead and look. The van is gross, covered in filth. John says it's 2:30 AM, it took 12 hours and 2 arrests later they are still going. John's favorite saying is, "You gotta be tough to live out west." (Street Patrol) Portland North Precinct - Officer Becky Wooten takes the call of a stolen bike that comes in to 911. She says a neighborhood boy stole it yesterday, she got it back, but now she doesn't want to mess with. She goes to the house, talks to the mom, says he did it before, but doesn't know the house where the bike belongs to. Becky has been there before and says if he comes back to call them and they'll take it. Call even if he doesn't have the bike. Kevin is a young black kid in a Nike soccer shirt who comes walking up. She cuffs him, says he's going to jail and he cries. She mirandizes him and puts him in the back of the police car until he calms down. She says she talked to his mom, she knows. He says Milton told him to take it. He can't take stuff because people tell him to. He'll be the one that goes to jail.. She tells him she'll think about taking the cuffs off. She closes the door on h m and leaves him there. Becky tells the mom she doesn't want him to know there isn't much that they can do to him. She keeps him back there and drives to a house looking for Milton. Becky goes to Milton's house on 18th, says he stole 2 bikes and took them apart. Mom goes in and finds Milton, he says Kevin isn't a close friend and tells him he doesn't want to hang around with him or go to his house anymore. They dare each other to steal. Becky says if they hang out together she’ll arrest them both for whatever crime the one does. Milton asks if he's going to the judge and he'll be good. Becky says she isn't unarresting him, just giving him to the custody of his mom and the paperwork is on it's way. She takes him home and if it works, that's one less 7 year old off the street.

ep 3: Portland, OR 3

(9:45 PM Warrant Served) Multnomah County Sheriff's Dept. Narcotics Task Force warrant briefing. Sgt. John Bunnell has a map of a house interior drawn on a dry board. The neighborhood is in an uproar so they are going to show the flag. They are going to go in and do a normal entry since they bought drugs there before. They have testimony from CRI and Officer Biles that he's a belligerent weightlifter type, so they are going to take appropriate action. Bob will do the back bedroom and he'll follow with a key to get in whatever is locked. The job when they get upstairs is to grab people. Bunnell clears the upstairs and they find the old man who is the owner downstairs who fights them and won't go down. During the struggle his toupee comes off. There are 4 kids inside. Deputy Jerry Hill reads him the warrant that they have the right to search. Other officers wait outside to see if anyone else shows up. One of the kids inside is 16 and says he's visiting. Outside Bunnell stops a car with 17 year olds. The driver says he was just turning around. Bunnell says it's a lie and he'll take him in. He admits he was coming to the house to see who was there. The owner inside says he only served alcohol to his kids. There is alcohol out, but his kids aren't even there. He says his son is at the doctor. All the kids are 16 and just visiting. He says he wouldn't if he were them and they shouldn't be there. Jerry says this goes on every weekend. He says he was just off from work this night, it never happened before. Outside they pull a man out of a red truck at gunpoint. He's holding a bag and says it isn't his house. Deputy Lane Sawyer questions him inside and tells him that giving beer to minors is just as bad as giving them drugs and the neighborhood parents are upset. The son says he won't let anyone in from now on. If anyone else buys after tonight they are all going down. At the end cops tell a group of metal heads if they can run all the way off the street in 10 seconds they won't get busted. One kid has a Danzig shirt as they make a mad dash. A man calls 911 who says that the next time his female neighbor, Lynn, sees him talking to a cop she'll burn his house down. They go out to his house where the man repeats the story and has his two daughters there as witnesses. She cursed him out and fought with her boyfriend. The officer knows the woman, they know she has a drug problem. He won't have to go to court if he needs to avoid a problem. They go to a nearby bar and find the woman. She's a tiny, skinny skank who denies making threats. He says the first person they'll look for is her if they have a problem with him. He says they are tired of her. She says she's sick of them. He says he's never talked to her before, but arrested her when she was driving drunk doing 75mph down the road. She doesn't remember it because she was drunk. He says next time they'll just arrest her. She goes back in saying it's fine. (10:12 PM Return Call) A neighbor saw her back at the house with a Molotov cocktail. The man and the kids saw her. Cops say they need to sign a complaint and it's time to stop with the games, they need to arrest her. One of the girls cries. The man says he's going to have to move. The cop says he'll be out there 5 days a week for the next 7 years so he'll take care of it. Two female witnesses saw her too, they say she's dangerous and there are kids around. They find the woman walking down the road in a red bathing suit and arrest her for attempted arson. She mouths off and says she'll talk to the judge. They say to also charge her with reckless endangerment and trespassing to keep her in jail longer. She curses them out. He asks if she knows how serious this is. She says she isn't going to start fires and she didn't go over there. She's drunk again and they says that's the problem. The man wants to know how long she'll stay in jail, he has to think of his daughters. He wonders if she'll get her drug friends to come after him. The cop can't guarantee that won't happen, but he's going to arrest her every time. Bureau of Police. North Precinct Street Patrol - Officer Harry Jackson questions some girls, then stops. (4:30 PM) he talks to a black girl Dominica, on the corner and asks her why she was getting in the car. She says she needed a ride. Harry asks her where she was going. She doesn't give a real answer. They question the old white male driver about what happened. He says she was hitchhiking and needed a ride. She asked him if he was a cop and wanted him to turn around and go a different way. He said no and wanted her to get out and she grabbed the keys. Harry says he's been working this area for the last 2 1/2 years and what she does is have them go around back, get their pants off and her boyfriend jumps out of the bushes with a gun and robs them. (5:10 PM) He stops and talks to a white girl on the corner. Harry says she has a different pimp. She says Kevin is the same guy. He's a black guy and he walks away and pulls his pants off. He says they rode around before with her after the guy got her pregnant and beat her. She had her chance to get out of the life, but has come back. He tried to help her and now will arrest her. She says she is still there because her mom won't take her baby and he doesn't want it. Harry says he'll take the kid if she stays there. She says she'll prove him wrong. He says the baby can't make the choice. (5:16 PM) She is walking with Kevin and he stops him for pulling his pants down before. He says he didn't do it and doesn't want to go to jail, he was pulling his pants up. He apologizes and says the girl is his wife, she says no. He says soon to be and they are going to his moms house. Harry didn't see him pull his pants down so he lets them go, next time if he sees it he'll arrest him. It's a hard life, nobody says it would be easy.

ep 2: Portland, OR 2

(11:47 AM Warrant Served) Multnomah County - Narcotics Task Force Briefing. Cops are in a parking lot and Sgt. John Bunnell says he'll knock and announce and Bob will use the shotgun because the suspect is armed. They pull up to the yellow house with the blue Chevelle in the driveway with Bunnell driving. They are going in fast and slam the door open and run in. Mike is taken down on a bed with a giant Harley flag on the wall. He makes lots of woo woo noises. They tell him to rest his head on the door panel, he doesn't want to tell them anything. They tear up his bed and pillows and find crystal meth and lots of .357 bullets. The meth tests positive. They finds tons of stolen property there. Bunnell wishes people would etch their license or social security number on their items to make them easy to ID. The garage is full of stolen VCRs, stereo equipment, cameras, car radios & cable boxes. (2:15 PM Stolen Property Returned) They found a mans name on some tools and call him. He arrives and says the tool drawer is his and he had 2 antique gold watches in there. Bunnell says they have bags of watches. One man shows up with serial numbers for his power saws. One man finds his stolen gun, but the holster isn't his. The guys mom pulls up and wonders what is going on. She says she knows nothing about what Mike did. Bunnell says it's hard to believe since it is all over the house. She doesn't know about the drugs either. Inside she says he paid for all this stuff. They found no paperwork and he didn't turn any over. Central District - Foot Patrol. Two officers walk through an area under an overpass and say they found body parts there and lots of people trying to hide. (9:45 AM) they go in to remove the homeless people who are doing drugs. Officer Barry Cook finds two Mexican guys living in a hole under a concrete slab. He has black tar heroin and they only speak Spanish and the one guy is all smiling and goofy. They arrest him and have arrested him before at least 10 times. He says the jacket he's wearing isn't his. Barry searches him and gets stuck with a needle. He frantically tries to push the blood out as fast as possible hoping he doesn't have AIDS. He puts the guy in his car and gets the first aid kit out of the trunk. He wipes down and cleans up with hand sanitizer. The other guy is booked on criminal trespass. Barry says he'll have to worry about it for the next 10 years. Back at the station he calls the clinic for information on the needle prick. They tell him the changes of getting AIDS are a couple 100 to 1, he's got a better chance of getting hepatitis, but he's gotten shots for that. It's an officers worst nightmare. Rose Festival Fun Center - Foot Patrol - two officers patrol at a carnival. They say that the less crime, the more likely people are to show up. Officer Mark Murawski spots a metalhead dancing idiotically with a bottle in his hand. He grabs the bottle and him and leads him away. No alcohol is allowed so he pours it out. Officers spot a black man with a large knife. They are ejecting him from the park and find two other knives on him. Officer Rick Hegrenes spots a mullet head with a Budweiser hiding in his Coke cup, he also gets banned from the park. They have to make an example of him. Back to the black guy, James, they find pot residue on him. He denies having enough to make residue, not even sure what it is. The officer laughs and just bans him from the park. Officer Frank Klejmont says they've had the fair since 1970 and people go nuts and act stupid. They exclude people from the park and they come back and get charged with trespassing. Officer Norman Sharp questions a guy with a concealed knife. The guy says he just came there for fun. He's not allowed there because he's drunk and has a weapon. They search another guy who won't tell them his last name and starts to get loud. They tell him to quiet down or else there'll be a problem. They stopped him because a bulge in his clothes might've been a gun. Two guys are drunk and fighting and a bunch of cops jump and arrest them. A third guy is busted for interference. He mouths off in the back of the paddy wagon and they pull them out and cuff him and he screams and bang the walls.

ep 1: Portland, OR 1

(North Precinct Street Patrol) Officer Harry Jackson says this time of the year people come from all parts of the country, the Navy brings in a bunch of ships and prostitutes come from all across the country because business is up. He spots a young girl, Samantha Wilson, on the corner he knows and sees a guy pick her up. Harry asks where she’s coming from and she says it was Union, doesn't know the cross street. He says she should know the cross street by now. It's Jessup, she remembers. He sees money in her bra and she says it's her boobs, then admits it's $65. She says she knows the guy, he was giving her a ride and has known him for 6-7 months. Then she admits he was giving her $25 for a BJ, he's a regular on Sundays. Today is Sunday, he's usually off, but is sneaky and is working today. He goes over and questions Mr. Larkin to see what he says. He mirandizes him and says he knows she's doing business. He says he has the right to remain silent and it's his mom's car. He's 26, still living at home and has no registration, so Harry will call his parents to see if they know what he's up to. Larkin says he's known her six months, they met in January. He hasn't arrested Sam before, but has given her a hard time though. Larkin has never taken her home because his parents are always there. Harry says he has no problem doing it on the streets and can't take a nice lady home. Then he tells Sam to tell him what she told him. Harry says he went to school 2 blocks from there, he's lived there 45 years and wants to clean up the community. Harry says he'll throw money at her, but won't take her home to mom. (9:15 AM) Multnomah Co. Narcotics Task Force Briefing - Sgt. John Bunnell says it's going to be a long day, search warrant for heroin , 4 cars, Pat will do photos, Danny will do evidence and to suit up. There is a calendar on the wall with women's butts in bathing suits. They run up to the house, John says they are too far away. The old woman asks what the hell are the doing there, where's the search warrant, it's not here. They tell her it is. John talks to Ron, he says he wants to make it easy, there is no heroin, just what he's using. He gets the heroin from Mike Williams. John says he knows where he gets it. He used to get it from Jerry, but he's in Las Vegas, on vacation. John calls Celeste in and arranges for Ron to call Mike to make a deal. He calls him from his car phone in the Camero to make a deal for 2 o'clock. (2:02 PM) Mike is an older white guy who walks up with his two kids, they bust him and he says not to scare his children. The boy says he goes to school half day, the girl says all day. Mike's been dealing 5-6 days, but never sold it before. He's shaking and John says they aren't playing games, answer the questions and sign the papers. Mike says he'll take them to it and give it to them. He lost his wife 2 years ago and wants them to tell the kids he's OK. He buys from Miguel in Hillsboro. They want him to call Miguel and set up a deal, but he doesn't want to lose his kids. The girl says her mom died when she was 33 and is up with the angels now. John says sometimes that's a better place. They are going to Mike's house to get the heroin and have him call Miguel and start the game all over again. (4:15 PM) John says they can take everything of Mike's - his cars, house, everything. The car doesn’t interest them though, it doesn't meet their requirements. It's a nice old colonial house though. Mike limps around, says he lived there 11 years and is going to have to sell it. He takes him to the safe where the combo is right 3 times to 73. John opens it and asks, “it won't blow up in my face will it?” There is a bunch of money, some rocks, not much. Mike calls Jose to make a deal. John says he has to make a decision to take his kids to a foster home and is it the best things for the kids? They just lost their mom, maybe they'll take the kids for a little while to wake him up. John is upset and can't even count the money. It's a tough call. It's not the normal house of a heroin dealer. John asks Max the neighbor to watch the children while Mike is in jail for a few hours. (8:09 PM) John draws a diagram of the house where the main dealer is. They want to get everyone secured fast and then search the place. There are a couple Mexican guys who don't speak English and they find 2 guns. They also find a .30 caliber rifle and a gun under the mattress. The guy admits the dope is his and has a notebook with phone numbers and Mike is in it. They charge him with drugs, dealing and call immigration.

Season 1.
Cops - S1

ep 15: Russia 1 Hour Special

The following program was taped over a 16 day period in Leningrad and Moscow by six camera teams - three American, three Russian. Soviet officials allowed the crews unprecedented access to all police operations and permitted all footage to be cleared without censorship or review. There is no Bad Boys Theme/Russian music instead – quick shots of a car pulling away, a woman screaming, a drunk man passed out, a man attacking a cameraman, a dead woman, a fire, a fight, a stalled van, a suspect arrested, a man tied to a chair in a cell, women, children, a man holding his head, a police station, motorcycles, motorcycle cops, police wagons and cops getting ready for work. Tonight, for the first time in history, thanks to the new policy of Glasnost, the world will ride along with the Soviet Militia, Russia’s national police force. An international television event, direct from Moscow and Leningrad. This is the reality of the men and women who protect and serve in the Soviet Union. (Soviet Militia Training Academy 6:30 AM) The commander explains what is needed to get in the academy. You have to be highly educated, knowledgeable in many areas, strong, physically prepared and often recruits don’t realize how difficult their course is and can’t make it through the rigorous training. The alarm goes off, men wake up, go to the bathrooms, wash up, shave and brush their teeth. Outside they run in formation on the grounds, in gray uniforms. (6:55 AM Morning Exercises) They line up in a courtyard and a man at a podium instructs them. (7:30 AM Martial Arts Class) Men spar and are taken down. One man pulls a gun on another and is grabbed and kicked, another grabs a knife and is taken down. Many try the move with the knife. The instructor shows to punch the man with the gun in the face, kick his knee and take him down. (8:25 AM Combat Course) Outside men run up ramps, with fires set around them, bullets are fired, sirens wail, they go through sewers, under barbed wire, up walls, through holes, on balance beams, kick targets, take down opponents one at a time, run to a firing range, grab pistols, load them and shot at distant targets. (9:00 AM Dress Inspection) They are in formation as they march in front of a podium. The commander says in his personal opinion only a real man can become a cop. (7:30 PM Leningrad) Alcoholism is a real problem, especially on national holidays when people want to celebrate. (May Day Celebration) They detain people who are drinking in public. In a park men have fallen over on the ground, they are pulled up and taken into a truck. Their alcoholism is a big problem, their role is to get them treatment for the social evil. The most boisterous of them go into the police van. People march in front of large pictures of Marx and hold up pictures of Lenin. (Drunk Tank Central District) The men are loaded into a cell, the sign above reads “For medical services provided the charge is 25 rubles.” A man is in his underwater tied to a chair and going crazy. Street Patrol Central District (2:00 PM Burglary Call) Cops go up stairs into a small apartment. A woman speaks in English who says they took her jewelry, including a ring her father gave her when she was 16, now she is 30. It can’t be replaced. She wants to buy furniture, what she has is 40 years old. She lifts the mattress to show the bed has holes. She had 800 rubles, they took it all, now she has nothing. There is a small girl playing in the room. The people have nothing and can buy nothing. (7:30 PM Nevsky District) They spot a man wanted by police for smuggling and want to get him outside of his house so he can’t warn his friends. They walk over, grab him and lead him a way. A woman nearby starts screaming, wailing and tries to stop them. They quickly drive away. She wants to know what he did and where are they taking him. (8:45 PM Suspects are Detained at Police Station) An old woman hacks, coughs and her eyes water. A young man with bad teeth laughs. It’s central dispatch where all emergency is collected. The female dispatcher sends out an APB. Motorcycles head out. Vyvorgsky District (9:50 PM Raid Suspected Drug House) They say to open the door or they’ll break in. They ask a little boy who walks up if he lives there, if his dad is there and if he has a key. He says he does, he is, but has no key. One cop starts kicking the door until it’s loosened. They file their way inside. The man says why should he open the door for them. He didn’t want to, his house is his fortress. They violated his house. He’s dressed and ready to go. They search the place and find pills. They crush it and dissolve it in the water. The kid climbs up on top of a cabinet and pulls down a bag and shows them a bottle of drugs. He’s known it a long time and has reported it to the police, but they didn’t respond and never came. At first he didn’t know what his dad was doing. He looked in the slit of the door and say what they were doing. They were injecting drugs. His parents have been divorced 7 years and his dad comes with his friends to turn it into a den of drug addicts. Let him be punished, maybe it is better for him to serve his sentence, maybe it will reform him and after his sentence, maybe he’ll speak to him. (Good Friday Mass Leningrad) People in church light many candles and chant. They go to a murder scene. The homicide investigator is a woman who says his brother killed him. There is nothing unusual about it. He used a knife. The place is a mess. (Interrogation of Murder Suspect) At the station he says he was drinking with his friends on the street. He was drinking at home with his brother too. A witness to the crime says they fought and the younger brother said, “Now I will stab you to death.” The man says he went into the kitchen, got a knife, came back and stabbed him (Easter Sunday) On holidays domestic disputes can lead to murders. A woman stabbed her boyfriend, there is foul play because the body was moved from the scene and put into bed. They talk to the woman who is older. They want her to tell the truth. She says she’s very tired of life, just tired, tired of living like this. The man is in bed and they lift him up. She cries and says is she getting arrested. She admits killing Nicholas. She wanted to take him out. Back at the church the priest is leading a procession and lighting candles. Part 2 (Patrol Shift Begins) Leninksy District - cops are given orders and go out to their cars and bikes as patriotic music plays. A call comes to car 426 to respond to trade school #16. (Knife Fight a School) It's between Russian and Azerbaijanian students. Some boys from the republic were studying in the school and the girls are always the center of the fights. It's the girl or the nationality. A man says they had a dance in their disco and he was responsible for the music. Then he saw a fight, stopped the music, ran over and saw a guy on the right with a cut vein. They are bandaging him up and people crowd the ambulance. One kid says it's his friend and he wants to go with him. They ask the man how come he didn't see who used the knife. He was playing the music and called the ambulance. There were people running all over. They talk to one kid and ask him to calm down and what's wrong with him. Why does he have blood on his hands? He just fell down, right there. His arm is cut with a knife, how did it happen? He goes to show them, then says let me go, I'm innocent. They take him away and go to the hospital to check the victim. The room is all stone, like a prison. (Crack Down on Motorcycle Gangs) People drive fast on bikes at night. One blonde girl poses for the cameras. The bikes are like Honda scooters. A cop says it was a big group who wouldn't stop, so they chased them and forced them to stop at the checkpoint so they could check their IDs. A few didn't have licenses or ID. So their bikes are taken and they are in trouble. Some are drunk and are checked out. The fine is 300 rubles, loss of license for 5 years and 2 years at a correctional labor camp. They ask a man why he ran away from the cops. He felt like it and the cops are full of crap. They check a woman and she says not to touch her. They aren't, they just want to see her ID. One girl has a long tail attached to her helmet. She won't cooperate and they take her away. She had no license plate or ID. At the station they tell her to put her keys down, but she won't. They go to take her to jail and she fights them. She wraps her extending keychain around her arm and refuses to let them have them. She struggles and they say she won't get away and if they have her keys they are guaranteed she won't get away. They have her empty her coat and put her in a cell. (Rooftop Surveillance of Suspicious Cars) Cops climb up stairs and have walkie talkies so they can report down to the street. Other cops go down. Some stay and use binoculars. They check on a car that has been parked for 90 minutes. As they pull up they people put on their lights. They go and ask for their ID. It is a little blue car with a large Bosch sticker on the front, two big cracks on the windshield and a woman driver who won't come out. They lock the doors and won't let them in, it happens often. She drives off and two cops jump on her car until she stops. They ask her what right does she have to drive with two cops on her car. She says don't yell at me, she won't give her keys, you have no right. He says he has every right, she has resisted the police. She is obligated to show her ID to the police when they ask. She won't come out or give up her keys, so one cop gets in and makes her drive to the police station. Then they go to the house of prostitute who picks up men to rob them and serve her a warrant. There is a man there with no shirt in his underwear who says he's been working and takes them to the woman sleeping in the back. They tell her to get up and come with them. She says to film her and thanks them, they are doing lots of things to people, she is talking the truth, they want to steal from her and do what they want, either way she is going to jail, she will tell everything. She is naked and wants to get dressed. The man is proud of a painting he has by Restnatov of a woman and girls at a table. She combs her hair and says this is goodbye for good, how can she trust them, it's not possible, she can't trust anyone. She cries and goes back and gets her jacket and the cops are very patient. He says they are taking her away and will bring her back, not to worry. He's so tired, has no job. On the way down in the elevator she passes out. They say to get her some water, tell her to get on her feet and help her up, she can walk and take her to the station. She admits what she has done was not very nice, it was the first time it happened to her, she is afraid no court will want to hear her case. She had no judgment of her own caution when she visited a house, stole money and is ashamed to have to look into the face of the man she stole from. They put her in a dark stone cell. (2:00 AM Officers Off-Duty) Cops sit and cook huge shishkabobs on an open fire in a field while one of them sits on a log and plays a small acoustic guitar and sings Russian songs. They sing along to the second verse: "We may not drive fancy cars, but you can not get away from us. If you are thinking of committing a crime you better stay out of our way. If you are thinking of committing a crime you better stay out of our way." They keep singing as the credits roll. AKA Former Soviet Union

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(District 1 Street Patrol) Deputy Russ Budden tells three black men on a corner exchanging money not to do that because it makes cops thinks it is a drug deal. (5:57 PM Traffic Stop) He pulls over a pair of rapping black guys. He cuts them loose since they are clean and have a good attitude. One guy does a freestyle rap for the camera “drunk drivers kill people every day/they even kill kids who come out and play/you are sitting all alone at a red light/and a car comes and bangs you with all it’s might/now you’re 30 yards further and you’re laying dead/knocked out cold with glass in your head/life is over obituary read/lying there in a hospital bed/was so drunk don’t know what you did/killed an innocent lady and her only kid – drunk drivers”. Russ says he’s a white man and doesn’t listen to that stuff but likes what he just did. (7:25 PM Hit and Run Accident) Deputy Glen Topping goes to where a gray Cadillac hit a woman in the street. The ambulance crew cleans her up and takes her away. A witness gets the plate 648-HUX (8:40 PM Hit and Run Investigation) The plate comes back to someone born in 1910. They find the car at a house and go inside. The old women comes out and they show her the blood stains on the car, but she says it is rust. They also show her the hairs stuck there. They have to tow the car and she doesn't want them to, but it is evidence, it will be impounded and she might get it back. She is arrested. She claims she stopped, but nobody was there, no one stopped her and thought it was her imagination she hit someone then she covers her face. Escort Service Sting Organized Crime Division - Detective Bob Faulkner calls an ad and wants someone young and pretty. 10 minutes later a girl shows up. The cop says you show me yours and I'll show you mine. She takes her top off, he comments on her tattoo and they arrest her. She says it's her first day, her first customer and she's married. They get another woman, she get undressed takes off her jewelry, she has a strip of condoms and Trouble perfume. They make another call for $70. A woman shows up 30 minutes later. He offers her a drink and asks questions to find out how long she's working there. She wonders about questions because she doesn't want to end up on America's Most Wanted. She takes her shirt off and goes into the bathroom and they run in and grab her. She says her boyfriend is downstairs waiting for her and knows what she is doing. Miami - Little Havana (Homicide Investigation 9:45 PM) The first 24 hours are the most crucial in the investigation. A dead man is found in a Chinese restaurant and Sgt. Diego O'Choa is in charge. He was shot through the window and door. As was a girl was working there, it was her first day. Another one was only working 2 weeks. They measure and photograph the body and take him away. (11:10) They go to an apartment looking for the shooter and get the girlfriend. She says she doesn't know who shot or got shot and doesn't know her boyfriends' last name or how to reach him. They have a guy in Jacksonville they think is the shooter. They pull out a slug that is .25. (11:00 AM Next Day) They measure a gunshot wound on the body. The bullet went in the chest near the eighth rib. The autopsy doctor explains there wasn't much blood, it was coming out of his nose instead of the wound. The bullet is unusual, they've never seen one like it. It turns out two buddies got into a fight and one killed the other, then another buddy also was killed.

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(Trojan Horse Stings) Organized Crimes Division - Sgt. Robert Deak says a Trojan Horse goes back to Roman days, in there case a group of cops hide in the back and wait. Officer Howard Rudolph goes undercover without a shirt, a long black wig and red bandana in a U-Haul truck driving around buying drugs. Rob says the signal will be "It looks real good, I'll be back to buy more." This is in case they can't see him, don't say it until you buy. He pulls up for a dime on the first black dealer and they arrest him. He pulls up on the second guy and he drops the rocks inside making Russ nervous and they quickly jump him. He fights and says 'what I do?' He is called Shorty and has been doing this a while, though he is only 16. A lot of people say they are dealing with just the users, but a Trojan horse targets the dealers. Every one off the street saves 50 users. It is now night time, they do another buy and the guy takes off, they chase him for blocks and catch him in a yard and dropped the money early. The white guy is chewing the dope, and they try to choke it out of him, but he says he doesn't have anything. They do another buy and Russ runs after him saying he ripped him off. The guy is chewing the coke, it's on his lips. They've been doing it 14 hours and have to go back and do paperwork. Shorty has been arrested 4 times, starting when he was 13. They call his mom and she yells at him on the phone saying her husband will get a hold of him. They are going to take him to juvenile and he'll get the belt tonight. He takes his wig off and asks which way he looks better. District 1 (3:37 PM Domestic Dispute) Two old sisters live together. The one in the red dress screams, wails and cries saying she is a Christian and won't take it. Deputy Mike Hoffman was there 2 weeks ago. He says she can stay, but is up to the sister. The sister in blue tried to defend herself with a picture frame and the other one attacked her. She says, "as god is her witness she wants her out." He says she can stay, but no more fighting or it is jail. (4:48 PM Homicide Investigation) They go to a house and find a white woman dead in bed and she has marks on her neck and jaw that are strange. There is blood on the car in the parking lot and people drive up and take pictures and video. There's been no movement since Tuesday, no mail, the lights are on all the time and the husband left 15 days ago. Forensics arrive and the. Sgt. Robert Deak is interviewed by a reporter. Neighbors were invited over for dinner, there was no answer, their car was there, the window was open, so they went inside and found her. (9:22 PM Street Patrol) Deputy Mike Hoffman stops at a table where four older black men are playing dominos on a table in the street. A woman is dancing and one guy asks Mike "if he would arrest his momma if she did something wrong." He says no, but he would arrest his, not his own. A big black woman dances and a cop joins her. Mike says he doesn't arrest everyone. Miami - Officer of the Year 1988 celebration where Officer David Magnusson is the winner. (Overtown Street Patrol) Someone asks David for his autograph and he signs his picture in the paper. A guard congratulates him as do people on the street. He stops a guy acting suspicious, hiding his hands in his coat. He is arrested for possession, 3rd degree. (1:37 PM Disoriented Male) Charles F. Anderson is an old man who isn't sure where he is and doesn't know what year it is. He claims he is from Rochester, staying with his sister. He has money as he cashed a check somewhere. Deak calls about the info on his health card and he lives at 160 Hialea. He tries the key in the lock, but can't open it. They ask the neighbor if he has a number of the sister and they take him to crisis intervention. It's a pass the buck attitude, each place won't give them help and play games. They take him from place to place. The manager says to take him to Baker Ave, but they were just there. Someone finally reports him missing. His sister has been looking for him, wants to know where he was. She is thankful they found him.

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(8:07 PM Assault Investigation) District 9 Street Patrol Deputy Russ Budden finds Sean at his car who says a man attacked him with a club. He swung it at him, missed, then grabbed the club and doesn't know who he is. Then he pulled a gun on him, swung the club again and is, still there. They go back and the guy says he came into his house and didn't know whom he was. He owns a lot of guns, but doesn't live there. Sean has lived there a couple months according to an old man who lives there. The landlord says he doesn't live there. Sean shows a phone bill from 11/88 to prove he lives there. Landlord says he doesn't rent to anyone. Sean has a mark on him, the landlord doesn't, though he claims he does. An old man comes over and the landlord screams and curses at him and gets arrested. (9:37 PM Domestic Violence) Debbie moved back in with her husband Rick and he wants her out. She says he hit her in the jaw, but she has no sign of injuries. She went to get some change and he hit her. Dawn is her daughter and she comes out and says they were having an argument. She says daddy hit mommy with his hands on her face, but doesn't know how many times and usually leaves the scene before the police arrive. Debbie can't stop him from hitting her after 8 years. He can't believe she is doing this because he gets arrested. Drug Operation Briefing - Organized Crimes Division. (12:01 PM) Sgt. Dennis Cavalier takes the call of a woman who says two men are transporting a U-Haul with a couple pounds of coke and they've done it before, but cops have no record of them ever being in trouble. (5:58 PM) The guys leave their house. (6:08 PM) They pull them over and tear apart the U-Haul. They say they changed the oil, everything they could to get the car ready and the passenger has a bag of pot in the glove compartment. The driver is his cousin Eddie. He says he and his girlfriend are going through a custody battle over their daughter. (6:58 PM) Cops bring a dog in. Eddie knows his ex did this to him by calling it in. Cops are mad about this being a scam and a waste of time. He agrees to record a phone call to his ex-girlfriend Cheryl to catch her. (7:08 PM) He calls Cheryl and asks why she would do that to him. She says she's a dirty f-king person, hates his guts and wants him to die. This is the way she gets even, now he knows she's the one who did it and laughs. She hopes they tied them up for a while and she is going to get him again. They lived together for 5 years. Cops play back the tape and laugh. Miami, Little Havana (4:00 PM Property Theft) Sgt. Ralph Suarez says a man is wheeling a shopping cart full of stolen goods. Backup arrives and the cop jumps out without putting the car in park and has to jump back in and stop it. The guy takes aluminum shutters off houses and sells it. They have to load the shopping cart into the back of a wagon as evidence and are embarrassed about it. (6:41 PM Traffic Accident) On North Miami Ave and 3rd St a couple in a black car hit a white convertible in the front very hard. The white car's hood is up and smoking. The people go out in the street and he has to put them on the sidewalk. The man gets belligerent and is arrested. Backup arrives and takes him away. (8:02 PM Stolen Vehicle Investigation) When they pull up there is a foot pursuit of a Mexican man with a mullet. Another man is also caught and arrested. A third shirtless man is also arrested. The ignition was popped on one car, spare tire stolen from another. That's the fun part - when they catch them, teamwork. He says his partner gets the rookie of the year award for the catch.

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(4:53 PM 911 Call) District 1 Street Patrol – Deputy Mike Hoffman goes to apt 226 in a complex because the black parents say their one-week old baby girl is vomiting and can’t breathe. She is breathing when Mike arrives, but paramedics still come in. They say everything is OK, she just drank too much milk. (8:13 PM Domestic Violence Call) A woman says she was sprayed in the face with Armor All by her boyfriend Danny and wants him out or she’ll kill him. Danny gets in the cops faces, won’t listen, won’t sit down, tells them to hit him and says he’ll hit Mike because it is his house and he pays the rent – not Mike. He is drunk and when he gets in the back of the police car he bangs his head against the window a couple of times. They stop him and then he starts all over again banging his head 32 times in a row, so they hog tie him, take him to the station and put him in a van. He then invites them over to his house after work. Mike says he gets all the best offers. 8:30 AM - Sgt. Dennis Gavalier has been following a guy for two days who is supposed to be picking up two kilos of coke. Air Support – Undercover crimes division backs them up. The suspect rents a blue Lincoln every weeks and has spent $10,000 in car rentals in the last six months alone. 3:35 PM – The Sgt. briefs the undercover cops and they play baseball in a nearby field to keep watch. It looks like a deal went down at a flea market and they follow the car as it goes to a hotel and at 5:30 PM realize the deal didn’t go down. 9:30 AM – The next day. They follow him again John sees a package go into his trunk in a plastic bag. They have a uniform car pull him over on the turnpike at 5:47 PM and bust him. There are three passengers, two are women, they pull them out and read them their rights. The dealer has a bad heart and says he is having a heart attack so paramedics are called in and he is ambulanced off. They find three kilos in an Adidas box in the truck, two guns in the car so he gets a life sentence. (9:42 PM District 9 Street Patrol) Deputy Russ Budden stops a car in the rain at a business because he let a black shemale prostitute out of his car. The driver says he didn’t do anything. She says the guy is a regular and wanted to get a BJ. (10:11 PM Accident Investigation) Steve crashed his work truck into a pole and wrecked it – now in two pieces. He says he only had a little to drink, but his BAC level is .20.

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(4:00 PM Drug Operation Briefing) Capt Ron Cacciatore has $100,000 and counts out $30,000 for flash money. 4:00 pm Drug operation briefing. They are going to watch the guy, he's driving a red 4x4 and they told him it would take 45 minutes to get there. It is a full moon so they wear their vests. They've been watching him for a couple years, but the only way to get him prosecuted is to put the dope in his hands. The guy painting his place says he's home. Team 1 - Surveillance - they do a drive by to see if he's home. They park and can see the apartment complex, near where a white van is parked. Team 2 Surveillance - they see his brother Pete arrive in a white Nissan. He walks out with a large white man. He passes them and they give chase. They think it's him and have air support. 6:14 pm. They park outside and wait. He gets a blue duffel bag from a white Chevy truck. They go after the white pickup. He drives wild and his partner says to relax or he'll blow it. 6:19 pm they have him. They get out and frisk them. The first guy fights and runs. He threatens to shoot him. The cameraman gets the second guy down, but he runs with one cuff on. 6:25 pm Team 1 - He ran west on 16th. The 2 kilos were taken so they go and look for the buyer. They have to go around a NJ car who doesn't see them. He is moving northbound with a K-9 on him and a chopper. At 7:05 pm he is caught. The dog rips his pants in half. He fights, kicks a cop, they pound and choke him, dog pulls his underwear off. His shirt is ripped off and a dozen people jump him against a picket fence. One guy punches him twice in the face and he doesn't even flinch. He is cuffed to a gurney and brought into the emergency room. Dr. Meyers looks at him, his chest has dirt on it, he is covered with abrasions. They think he's into the martial arts. They need to move him to a suture room and handcuff him to a bed. He is facing two counts of trafficking coke, $250,000 each, multiple counts of battery, two on a police dog, escape, $1,000,000 bail. K-9 Max got him, he said he gives up, then they pulled the dog off, he kicked the dog and officers so the dog bit him again. 8:30 am the next day he is arraigned in a court. He is detained on all the charges. At the station they are watching a training tape of a cop who gets shot. Roll Call District 9 - Sgt. Nick Frey says he should've run wide and slow, that's why he got shot, didn't see the perp. He takes a woman and unloads her gun, then a male officer and does the same. They reholster the gun and the Sgt. says they are in the center of a park, he grabs the gun and holds it to the officers head. She says she is going to draw down on him since he'll shoot anyway. All he wants is her to drop the gun. She says she won't drop the gun. If he shoots she'll shoot. She is told - Do not drop the gun, do not back off. If he points the gun, Deputy Jim Fondo is able to grab his arm and pull it down. 911 Call Possible Gunfire. Jim takes the call. It is dark and they pull a rifle from an older white guy. They want to know where the second gun is, but he says there isn't one. Jen says they were sitting outside have a family discussion. She cries. They were sticking up for Richie and he didn't like it. Bobby hit her dad, Linda went in to get the gun. No shots were fired. Cops hear multiple shots fired from two people, but it wasn't them.

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(8:15 PM Tuesday) Deputy Jim Fondo asks Kelly where her mother is. She says she’s getting out of jail today the 27th, then asks what day is it. It’s the 26th, so she’s getting out tomorrow. Her mom is 37, she’s 16, she lives with her grandma on Johnson street or lives in a hotel. She was arrested for prostitution 2 weeks ago. He asks what is she doing for money now. She says don’t ask, she gets it fr