Next Episode of Las Vegas Jailhouse is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
"Las Vegas Jailhouse" is an American documentary television series that shows Las Vegas police officers handling the detention and booking process of various criminals arrested in Las Vegas. Most of which are drunk drivers, publicly intoxicated, and prostitutes. The show is filmed in the Clark County Detention Center.
An inmate fails to impress the staff with his witticisms; a woman is brought in for attacking her very tall boyfriend; and two battling inmates are put in restraints.
A nude swimmer is arrested; an inmate becomes upset about the care given to her belongings; and a suspected burglar expresses concern over a milk allergy.
An inmate learns his drunken driving has resulted in a death; a woman boasts about excelling at her DUI field test; a talkative inmate is moved to isolation.
A woman carrying a stun gun in her bra is arrested; a DUI test stirs up bad memories for a suspected drunken driver; and a convicted murderer becomes violent.
A cabdriver is allegedly attacked by a passenger; a woman describes assaulting her spouse with hot food; and a mother is arrested for leaving her kids in a car while gambling.
A homeless man arrested for drinking in public is in need of a belt; two inmates are separated after sharing a smooch; and a woman tries unsuccessfully to conceal drugs in her bra.
A drunk inmate escapes his restraints; a young woman denies she abused her mother; and a clumsy guard steps on an inmate's pricey sneakers.
An upset inmate damages the door on a patrol car; a woman is brought in for running over her husband with her car; a man accused of assaulting his boss's wife continues to be aggressive with guards.
A homeless man charged with public drunkenness acts out; a difficult inmate blames his behavior on various medical conditions; a woman claims to be Jesus Christ.
A barely dressed woman refuses to wear jail-issued clothing; an alleged meth addict tells his tearful tale to officers; a chatty inebriated woman is placed in isolation.
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