Hazleton Patrolman Hutnik arrives at a location where a father has notified police that his son has barricaded himself in his apartment and is threatening to shoot his girlfriend should anyone enter. With the father’s help, the officers break into the apartment and begin to search for the suspect. As Hutnik goes to retrieve the gun, officers locate the suspect hiding under the kitchen cabinet. Taken into custody, the suspect apologizes for his behavior and reveals his mental health issues. He claims his intention was never to harm anyone, but to have a conversation with his father. Officers decide to take the suspect to the hospital for a 72-hour mental evaluation.
ALL NEW EPISODE – COPS / October 22nd @ 8/7 central on SPIKE!!
“Two Doors Down“
A deputy calls for backup when he is outnumbered by three suspects. A man gets more than he bargained for when he tries to help out his neighbor. A husband and wife are separated after deputies do a search of their vehicle.
EP-2917 / Viewer discretion is advised
Deputy Derek Nielsen with Pierce County Sheriff’s Office responds to a domestic dispute between siblings. A man was trying to force his way into his sister’s home where he no longer lives. Nielsen spots the man in question walking out of a neighbor’s house. He refuses to cooperate causing Nielsen to detain him in the backseat of a patrol car. The brother explains in tears that he just wanted to see his toy fox terrier. Deputy Nielsen allows the brother to say his goodbyes.
ALL NEW EPISODE – COPS / October 15th @ 8/7 central on SPIKE!!
“Out of Sight, Out of Mind“
A lawbreaker tries to blame his actions on familial obligations. A father is left with no choice but to call the cops on his son. Officers discover some interesting items when they search a family man’s car.
EP-2916 / Viewer discretion is advised
Deputy Pat Burke with Pierce County Sheriffs Office responds to a vehicle fleeing from an attempted traffic stop. Burke joins the lengthy chase leading deputies through many good but failed spike strip attempts. The fleeing vehicle becomes disabled in a field off a dirt road with suspects still inside. Once contact is made, allegations of a running driver are made by two females which are later found to be determined false. One of the passengers admits that the other had been behind the wheel the whole time and that she was running away from a warrant.
ALL NEW EPISODE – COPS / October 8th @ 8/7 central on SPIKE!!
Emotions run high during a dispute involving alcohol and a beloved pet. A talkative motorist struggles to keep his story straight with the cops. Deputies investigate a domestic incident and find the aggressor in an awkward spot.
EP-2915 / Viewer discretion is advised
Patrolman Jessica Hutnik responds to a call involving animal abuse. Upon arrival Hutnik makes contact with an African-American male. After some quick questioning, the suspect becomes reluctant to provide identification. The suspect then proceeds to back into his home and resist arrest. A struggle takes place and backup arrives. The suspect is pepper sprayed and tased before being handcuffed and led to the patrol car. Patrolman Hutnik debriefs the supervisor while the officers decide to take the dog in for evaluation.
ALL NEW EPISODE – COPS / October 1st @ 8/7 central on SPIKE!!
A frightened, young lawbraker does everything she can to escape jail. Grandpa comes to the rescue when Mom fails to do the right thing. A simple traffic stop leads one deputy to suspect an elderly couple of criminal activity.
EP-2914 / Viewer discretion is advised
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