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.
Troopers chase a wanted and dangerous man through a forest after he crashes his car into a hotel at 100 miles per hour, injuring three people. The hunt for illegal bootleggers hiding in the villages near Kotzebue becomes complicated when the sighting of a big brown bear threatens the safety of the officers. Later, troopers assist an aggressive man under the influence of some type of drug after receiving a call about his incoherent behavior.
The troopers begin their shift in a dangerous area of the Mat-Su Valley where heavy drug use and drug trafficking are common. After a couple hostile traffic stops and a meth bust, the troopers set up animal decoys to catch illegal road hunters as they attempt to kill helpless fowl. Later, the troopers respond to reports of alcohol-related incidents, including a drunken bicyclist claiming he was hit by a car on the highway.
A man armed with an assault rifle threatens safety in a nail-biting standoff and one trooper must rely on his negotiating skills to dissolve the situation before it turns violent. Meanwhile, worry runs high as an out-of-control wildfire heads straight for Fairbanks, Alaska's second-biggest city. As night falls, evacuating the dangerous area of all residents proves to be a more challenging task than expected.
Troopers pursue illegal moose hunters in the mountains surrounding the Mat-Su Valley, but the search turns dicey when they come across a fresh, warm grizzly bed still ripe with the stink of the bear. Later, all units rush to the scene when they receive a call about a man with a stolen gun. A tense four-hour standoff ensues when the suspect flees to a nearby residence. The chaos continues when troopers come across some drugged-up fishermen they must detain.
Troopers brave the dangerously frigid winter night as they hunt for a man who is threatening to end his mother's life, but the search gets complicated when the leads turn cold. Elsewhere in Alaska, Troopers are called to a remote native village to rid the community of an unwelcome intruder, and later, respond to a family camping trip turned violent. Troopers are then asked to sort out a stolen-car case with multiple twists and turns.
Follow the troopers as they enter into the cold, dark and dangerous world of Alaska's criminals. In the Mat-Su Valley, Sgt. Manrique is forced into a father and son conflict in which the father nearly stabbed his son to death. Then in Wasilla, Trooper Cronin investigates a suspicious truck in a gas station parking lot and finds a familiar face ' a felonious woman he's been searching for. Meanwhile up in Fairbanks, Trooper Haley gets word of an intoxicated man camping in the Alaskan woods.
From a hot pursuit on ice-covered roads to a moose disrupting busy streets, no patrol measures up to the bone-chilling magnitude as those of Alaska's state troopers. In Fairbanks, Trooper Rallo is in dangerous pursuit of a stolen vehicle. Down in Palmer, a call comes out to Trooper Taylor of a car accident involving a moose on the Glenn Highway, where thousands of drivers commute every day. In Homer, Trooper Chaffin searches for the suspect of a local burglary before he flees the state.
Troopers Noll, Taylor and Hess arrive on the scene of a crime of sheer brutality. A scorned ex-husband has been viciously stabbed, leaving him nearly eviscerated and on the verge of losing his life. In the Mat-Su Valley, Trooper Determan is called to investigate a rolled-over vehicle. When he and the paramedics arrive, they find the car in a frozen swamp with an unconscious man trapped inside. Then in Juneau, Wildlife Trooper Bjork investigates nearly 100 unattended shrimp pots in the waters.
Trooper Cronin is patrolling Palmer's slippery streets when he gets a call about a suspected drunk driver going in the wrong direction. Across the valley, Trooper Taylor investigates the theft of a $15,000 ATV and goes on a 12-hour hunt that leads him into the Alaska woods in the dead of night. North in Fairbanks, Trooper Mike Munson responds to a call that a man who threatened his former landlord's life is stalking outside the landlord's home.
On the Parks Highway ' the busiest stretch of road between Anchorage and Fairbanks ' a head-on collision between an SUV and semi-truck shuts down the highway. Trooper Anderson arrives at the scene to find those in the SUV badly injured, and must work quickly with the emergency crew to save those whose lives are on the line. Across the valley, Trooper Noll responds to a burglary in progress and drives head-on into imminent danger, chasing after the suspect on ice-covered roads.
In this heart-stopping episode of Alaska State Troopers, we look back on all five of our season's most memorable and jaw-dropping stories, from life or death face-offs, to the kookiest of characters. We countdown the Troopers' top takedowns, best foot pursuits, and most memorable characters that have keep the Alaska State Troopers busy from morning until night, 365 days a year.
Howie Peterson(Howie Peterson)
Timothy Cronin(Timothy Cronin)
Abraham Garcia(Abraham Garcia)
Blake Calhoun(Blake Calhoun)
Daron Cooper(Daron Cooper)
Jon Simeon(Jon Simeon)
Looks like something went completely wrong!
But don't worry - it can happen to the best of us,
- and it just happened to you.
Please try again later or contact us.