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Season 29 / Episode 26 and airs on 22 January 2017 01:00
"COPS", the seminal reality ride-along show that forever changed the TV landscape, has moved to its new "beat" on Spike. This groundbreaking, raw, and realistic series provides unprecedented access into the daily lives and work of police officers, constables, and sheriff's deputies from around the country. "COPS" is one of the longest-running television programs in broadcast history. Produced by Langley Productions. (source: www.spike.com)
When Officer Cary Carrillo of the Palm Springs, CA, Police Department attempts to stop a suspicious man riding a bicycle erratically in traffic, the man refuses to stop and leads police on a pursuit though an apartment complex. Also featured is Officer B.L. Dolson of the Atlanta, GA, Police Department, who spots two men involved in a drug transaction at a truck stop.
When Corporal Brian Adams of the Brevard County, FL, Sheriff's Office pursues a vehicle with three suspects inside, the situation takes a turn for the worse when the suspects flee on foot. Also featured is Officer Roy Bevell of the West Palm Beach, FL, Police Department, who pulls over a suspicious SUV that matches the description of a stolen vehicle.
When a suspect ditches a stolen vehicle, Deputy Todd Holland of the Brevard County, FL, Sheriff's Office comes to the aid of another officer and joins the wild foot pursuit. Also featured is Officer Cary Carrillo of the Palm Springs, CA, Police Department, teaming with several units in a dangerous high-speed chase through populated areas and a business district on the all-new COPS: POLICE CHASES SPECIAL EDITION
When a female suspect is pulled over for speeding in an area known for drug activity, Deputy Todd Holland of the Brevard County, FL, Sheriff's Office searches the suspect's car and deals with an upset mother. Also featured is Deputy Andrea Eagon of the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, pulling over a suspect after he flags down a male cross-dresser by the name of Pocahontas at a traffic stop.
When Officer Ryan Cook of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department detains a man and a woman in an area known for prostitution, he discovers drug paraphernalia in the woman's purse. Soon Officer Ryan discovers a lot more then he bargained for when he finds out the female suspect is actually a transsexual. Also featured is Officer Derek Pendergrass of the Chattanooga Police Department questioning Misty, a 21-year-old prostitute, after she bumps into him twice in one evening.
When Deputy Jim Haman of the Brevard County, FL, Sheriff's Office patrols a known drug area, he pulls over a car for a simple traffic violation. However, the charge quickly worsens when the officers find that the suspect is packing crack in his mouth. Also featured is Deputy Dan Frend of the Palm Beach County, FL, Sheriff's Office, arresting a suspect in possession of crack rock and black tar heroin.
When Officer Brian Lee of the Boise, ID, Police Department responds to a domestic violence call, he discovers a suspect who had been arrested four hours prior and had returned to his house and apparently threatened his wife with a knife. Also featured is the crack-eating suspect detained by Officer Derrick Pendergrass of the Chattanooga, TN, Police Department. After admitting to swallowing the crack, the suspect is taken to the hospital in police custody.
When Officer Donny Meece of the Cincinnati, OH, Police Department pulls over a vehicle in a known drug area, the passenger jumps out of the vehicle and leads Officer Meece on a foot chase that ultimately concludes with a Taser gun. Also featured is Deputy Jason West of the Brevard, FL, County Sheriff's Office, who arrests a teen after he uncovers a large amount of pot and prescription pills in the vehicle during a routine search.
When Deputy Brandon Gish of the Brevard County, FL, Sheriff's Office pulls over a vehicle whose driver matching the description of a battery suspect, the desperate driver panics and attempts to eat a pinch of pot. And Officer Brian Binks of the Fontana, CA, Police Department is shocked when a suspect explains why he led officers on a high-speed chase.
As Officers Michael Harper and Mark Longworth of the Cincinnati, OH, Police Department inspect a suspicious vehicle, a dangerous situation surfaces when the passenger reaches for a gun. Also featured is Officer Ryan Cook of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department, pulling over a woman who happens to be in a bikini and has a busted taillight.
While on patrol, Corporal Michael Green of the Brevard, FL, County Sheriff's Office investigates a vehicle occupied by two suspicious females. When he discovers drug paraphernalia as well as illegal pills while questioning them, the women quickly turn on each other. Also featured is Officer Mike Goodwin of the Palm Springs, CA, Police Department, who investigates a drug deal at a motel and catches a couple red-handed .
After Officer Mike Harper of the Cincinnati, OH, Police Department follows a vehicle out of a bar parking lot, the suspect refuses to pull over. The driver leads Officer Harper into a dead end, where the pursuit turns into a foot chase. Officers arrest him, but not before the suspect tries to ditch the drugs hidden in his shoe. Also featured is Corporal David Hill of the Hamilton County, OH, Sheriff's Office, responding to an unusual domestic disturbance call.
When Officer Evan Rosenthal of the Las Vegas, NV, Police Department joins fellow officers in a high-speed pursuit, drastic measures are taken to stop a motorist suspected of driving under the influence. Also featured is Officer Gary Smallwood of the Covington, KY, Police Department. After he pulls over a vehicle on a routine violation, the driver becomes paranoid when the officer smells something suspicious.
When Officer Mark Longworth of the Cincinnati, OH, Police Department stops a vehicle for a simple traffic violation, the suspect takes off on foot and Officer Longworth is forced to use painful measures to stop him. Also featured is Officer Evan Rosenthal of the Las Vegas, NV, Metropolitan Police Department, who responds to a Code Red call where a group of adults are not on their best behavior.
After chasing a suspicious speeding vehicle to the driver's home, Officer Bill Wagner of the Wichita, KS, Police Department questions a trio of suspects and discovers evidence that is cause for all three suspects to be placed under arrest. Also featured is Officer Brian Kinney of the Lowell, MA, Police Department, who detains a man driving a motorcycle without a license.
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