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.
In the third-season opener, boisterous inmates are placed in restraints; a woman tells guards she has a problem with meth; and prostitutes discuss their work.
A man cries when he has blood drawn; an inebriated driver threatens her arresting officers with bodily harm; and a woman has no recollection of her arrest.
A thief is incarcerated after a standoff with the police; a night of karaoke results in a domestic-violence charge; and a drunk inmate almost starts a fight with his cellmate.
Inmate flirting quells jailhouse fighting; an inebriated driver tells a tale to avoid his eighth DUI; and a Facebook disagreement puts a couple in jail.
A woman is arrested for hitting her date at a club; a drug dealer discusses his contributions to the economy.
Inmates in a shared cell come close to fighting; a woman suspected of drunken driving disrespects officers; and a hustler facing DUI charges says he wants to change his ways.
Two prostitutes discuss their business; guards get tough with an uncooperative DUI suspect; two female shoplifters face the potential consequences of their actions.
A man admits to public urination; a couple spend their date night in county jail after drinking too much; and a DUI suspect passes out during booking.
A couple are charged with domestic violence after they fight at a restaurant; an elderly man tries to put a sock into his wife's mouth; video surveillance leads to a man's arrest for public lewdness.
A tourist is brought in on public-drunkenness charges and he fears doctors are CIA agents; a homeless karate practitioner's actions land him in an isolated cell; and a Canadian man missing pants wants to arm wrestle guards.
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