Posted on: October 12, 2013
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Officers respond to a call of a crazed man discharging guns in a residential area. They find an ornery man with two firearms.
Members of the Pinellas County Sheriff's Dept. swoop in and serve some cold hard justice after observing a hand-to-hand narcotics deal.
An intense narcotic-fueled chase closes after a truck crashes right through a utility shed. The suspect makes a last-ditch effort to hide in the rafters, bad idea.
When a member of the Independence PD spots a suspicious vehicle, he initiates a traffic stop. He finds a stolen truck and a fairly large amount of drug paraphernalia.
An officer in Mobile, AL, is forced to chase a suspect on foot after finding contraband in his mouth. Running from police: always a bad idea.
In a refreshing breath of law-enforcement based comic relief, a young man calls in his stolen car after he fails to understand how his brakes work.
An officer in Springfield, MO is troubled to find a mother-to-be with street narcotics in her purse. They attempt to get to the bottom of the situation.
Relationships like this rarely end diplomatically. Police are called to the scene after a jilted lover tries to sneak in the back door of his ex-fiancée's house.
After a desperate and volatile suspect blockades himself in a garage, the canine unit arrives to diffuse the situation.
During a routine traffic stop in Bernanillo County, officers uncover a healthy dose of street narcotics and drug-related accessories.