Next Episode of Alaska State Troopers is
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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.
It's mid-March, and the frigid Alaskan temperatures mean that many people stay inside. The Troopers are investigating a case of illegal fur trappers in the Denali wilderness when they come across a hunter using unlawful bait, a violation resulting in loss of license and hefty fines. Meanwhile, a fire fully engulfs a house in a residential neighborhood; the ammunition inside presents an added danger. Troopers investigate a possible home invasion but are unable to track down any perpetrators. Then, a routine traffic stop turns into a drug bust when an officer finds a massive marijuana stash.
Routine calls can often turn life-threatening in an instant, which is why Alaska State Troopers know to always have their guard up. Embed with officers as they handle a felony stop on the icy streets of Fairbanks, save an innocent pooch from the wrath of Alaskan wildlife, and patrol the dangerously thin icy waters of the Mat-Su Valley's most popular ice-fishing lakes. Up north, Troopers are on the hunt for a dangerous wild lynx that is wreaking havoc on the community's pets — and it might turn on the neighborhood kids next.
After a long winter, Alaskans greet the emerging spring full throttle and for the most competitive among them, spring means one thing: the world-famous Iditarod Sled Dog Race. The Alaska State Troopers are on hand to start the race off safely. Meanwhile, Troopers respond to a woman scorched by the out-of-control flames of a bonfire, but they have a hard time getting the full story out of her. Elsewhere they're on the hunt for a wanted and armed man through the frozen backcountry roads of Fairbanks, and Troopers also get a call from a well-known dogsledding family whose sleds have been burgled.
Alaska State Troopers have to be willing to roll with the punches — there's no such thing as an ordinary day on patrol. In this episode, join Troopers as they rescue a fallen hiker, keep the streets safe from life-threatening drunk drivers and track down a wanted man. Later, follow the latest class of recruits at the Alaska Public Safety Training Academy as they work to master the precision maneuver driving course.
Alaska is the largest state in the U.S., which means Troopers have their work cut out for them when it comes to hunting down criminals on the loose. In the Mat-Su Valley, Troopers and K9s are tracking down a couple of thieves through the snowy backwoods. Meanwhile, a blaring horn has everyone perplexed — it's difficult to track the source of the noise and it could be a desperate call for help, so the Troopers split up to cover more ground. In Fairbanks, Troopers are also on the hunt, but this time for an armed and aggressive home intruder.
Troopers scramble to rescue lost snowmobilers, help a stranded citizen, and recover a frozen body, lost to the harshness of the terrain. Troopers search a suspicious vehicle and find drug paraphernalia, and in Fairbanks, they deal with a man who has brutally assaulted his sister.
Follow the Alaska State Troopers as they are swept into a high-speed chase with a dangerous and wanted man and must think on their toes when routine traffic stops are not what they seem. Worsening road conditions wreak havoc on motorists, and Trooper recruits earn their stripes as they strip down for the frigid arctic waters.
In this classic episode, Alaska's State and Wildlife Troopers alike battle treacherous obstacles to keep the streets and forests of Alaska safe, from DUI's with surprise endings, to a woman in distress stuck on a rocky cliff. Troopers also deal with erratic drivers and disturbance calls, proving that in Alaska, there is no such thing as a routine stop.
Alaska State Troopers are taken on a wild ride through the ups and downs of what it means to be a protector of the people. Troopers respond to one call after another, ranging from a supposedly aggressive rabbit to a family member involved in a car crash. We are brought to the far reaches of the state to investigate a village store break-in, and in Fairbanks, Troopers must confront an aggressive man at the local transfer station.
Trooper Noll gets a horrific call that a car has rolled off a cliff and into a stream up on a mountain pass. There's no direct contact with the victims, so he must rely solely on text messages with the original informer. Up north in Fairbanks, Trooper Johnson gets a startling call that a man has passed out in his car in the middle of the road, completely unresponsive. Down south in Soldotna, Trooper Tefft is searching for a man who's created a dangerous situation. When the man dropped off his child with his ex, she noticed he reeked of alcohol — and when confronted, he assaulted her with his truck. Finally, back north in Fairbanks, Trooper Worland gets a call from a petrified young girl who says that three masked men had been trying to enter her home.
In this heart-stopping episode of Alaska State Troopers, look back on all five seasons' most memorable and jaw-dropping stories, from suspenseful armed encounters to outrageous arrests. Witness the fastest and craziest high-speed pursuits, as well as the greatest and scariest life-or-death rescue missions.
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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