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 Occupy Wall Street-er rails against the one in the drunk tank; a one-woman wet t-shirt contest gets booked; a caramel-faced crook confides in guards.
An aspiring martial-arts fighter tries to wriggle out of handcuffs and gets stuck; a football rivalry takes a bad turn when a Steelers fan assaults a Ravens follower.
An amorous couple get nailed for indecent exposure but continue their bawdy behavior in the detention center. Meanwhile, onlookers in lockup get an eyeful from a booked hooker; and a tourist with attitude claims to be with the CIA.
Prison guards get physical with an uncooperative inmate; a man charged with DUI complains about the prison food; a security guard arrested for robbery fears that her dream job with Homeland Security may be out of reach.
A woman who was nabbed for jaywalking claims the police were out of line for arresting her; a young woman is brought in on domestic-violence charges. Later, a busted dealer claims he's selling pot to support his addiction to poker.
A woman stalking David Copperfield is arrested; an incensed inebriated inmate voices her displeasure with the guards; and a young man nabbed for driving under the influence of prescription drugs howls for his dog.
A repeat offender tries to goad officers into a physical confrontation; an inebriated cowgirl kicks up a fuss over the removal of her boots. Later, a man pinched for carrying a concealed weapon claims his blade is really used to shuck oysters.
A man is arrested for domestic violence after breaking down seven doors in his wife's house.
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