Next Episode of Alaska State Troopers is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Follow one of the toughest law enforcement agencies in the nation, patrolling alone on unforgiving terrains. Responding by land, air, and sea—with backup sometimes days away—these troopers patrol hundreds of miles of rugged terrain in bone-chilling temperatures to protect the people and wildlife of Alaska. Whether it's overturned snow machines in 22-degree weather, violent chainsaw crimes, volatile fishermen zigzagging down waterways, thieves stealing essential village items, moose-hunting checks, gunman confrontations in the wilderness, or intoxicated gold miners blocking roads—being prepared for anything is just part of the job.
Twenty-degree days and eight-degree nights are not the type of temperatures to get lost in - especially not when intoxicated. In this special two-hour season premiere, troopers in Bethel go in search of a lost woman trying to walk 11 miles across a frozen river. It's an area unreachable with patrol truck, so they must head out on a snow machine. In the town of Girdwood, residents are eager to let off steam at the area's annual party.
This episode of Alaska State Troopers puts you right in the thick of the action while troopers patrol America's Last Frontier by land, air and sea, making sure everyone is staying safe and playing by the rules. Cameras accompany troopers as they search for a lost woman on the ice, patrol the world's largest fishery, watch over Girdwood's annual big party, and track down a wanted felon in the far reaches of Alaska.
Get a glimpse into the hard work of being a trooper, from containing out-of-control partiers on the Kenai Peninsula to a search-and-rescue on the melting ice. Check out the remote village of White Mountain, where a trooper must board a plane just to carry out a felony probation check. Troopers travel far and wide on all modes of transportation to keep the citizens of Alaska safe in this unique frontier.
Springtime in Alaska means one thing for thousands of adrenaline junkies: Arctic Man. It's one of Alaska's most extreme sporting events and the biggest weeklong party of the year. Only 16 troopers are assigned to the festivities, and they're outnumbered almost 1,000 to one, with backup almost 100 miles away. This year, a blizzard brings in trouble. Then, troopers head out on snow machines in search of a family whose sleds got stuck in the treacherous snowy landscape.
Deep in the rugged Talkeetna Mountains, Trooper John Cyr and rookie Trooper Scott Lanier are on the lookout for illegal hunters of sheep, caribou and moose. But when Trooper Cyr tips over his four-wheeler and breaks his ankle, Lanier is alone in the wild, with backup a half-day away. Almost 300 miles south, in the rough waters of the Gulf of Alaska, tourists flock to Kodiak, Alaska's largest island.
Trooper Garcia is hot on the trail of a wanted suspect who's known to be armed and dangerous. When Garcia catches up to the suspect, he refuses to cooperate and Garcia is forced to use pepper spray to subdue him. In Wasilla, its opening day of hunting season and a call comes in of a shot "cow", or female moose. Usually killing a female moose can bring up to a $5,000 fine and a year in jail but since it was an accident and the shooter, a minor, called it in himself, he's let go.
To maintain the element of surprise, Troopers execute a night operation on a remote island only accessible by boat. Their mission: to remove a threatening squatter who refuses to leave private property. Across the state, Wildlife Trooper Doug Massie gets a call about an illegal kill. After hours of searching, he finds the entire moose, but it's too late to salvage any of the meat.
When troopers respond to a call regarding a discharged gun in the Mat-Su Valley, they discover a large stash of weapons hidden inside a boat. There is a good chance that the suspect is still armed and dangerous as officers venture out into the dark woods to search for him. Later, troopers patrol villages near Juneau, handle the fall moose hunt in the Denali wilderness, and search the southeast Alaskan ocean floor for a stolen firearm.
See where it all begins at the Trooper Academy in Sitka, AK, patrol for illegal hunters and traps with wildlife troopers and combat dangerous drunk drivers, all while enjoying the beautiful scenery of Alaska.
Troopers face a new set of challenges with an unforgiving blizzard setting in. Typical DUI cases are worrisome enough, but with roads frozen, it's a recipe for disaster. Even criminals scramble to get out of the cold as they turn themselves in on outstanding warrants just for a warm place to sleep for the night.
Troopers respond to a series of harrowing calls in the dead of the Alaskan winter. Trooper Cresswell and Sgt. Acton are seriously out-gunned by an armed man barricaded inside a home in a small, Native Alaskan village. Back in the Mat-Su Valley, dispatch receives a frantic domestic abuse report, and upon arrival at the scene, troopers sort through conflicting stories.
While conducting a simple warrant arrest on his way to a suspect's apartment unit, Sgt. Carson discovers piles of stolen mail and a loaded handgun, and a large-scale fraud ring quickly unravels. Down in Palmer, a missing man is called to the attention of Trooper Cooper, and he suspects that there has been a homicide. Meanwhile, wildlife troopers on Prince of Wales Island stage a sting on illegal nighttime deer hunters.
From Alaska's bustling city of Fairbanks all the way to Grayling, a remote village that in winter is accessible only by plane, the Alaska State Troopers never have a dull moment. A team of Alaska's troopers attempt to serve a warrant to a man who doesn't want to be found. With the house surrounded and the man refusing to appear, the troopers are ready to go ' except that they have to wait for a search warrant to arrive before they can enter the house.
Troopers go the distance in this episode of Alaska State Troopers, taking to land, air, and snow machine to bring justice to some of Alaska's most remote locations. Alaskan villages on the outskirts often present challenges for troopers, both tactically and culturally. With the help of concerned locals, troopers are able to track down wanted criminals and solve mysterious cases.
Howie Peterson(Howie Peterson)
Timothy Cronin(Timothy Cronin)
Abraham Garcia(Abraham Garcia)
Blake Calhoun(Blake Calhoun)
Daron Cooper(Daron Cooper)
Jon Simeon(Jon Simeon)
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