The Spokane Country, WA, Sheriff’s Office must evict a homeless man from occupying a handicapped parking stall at Wal-Mart, but the squatter refuses to leave and things get aggressive. Again in Spokane, officers must respond to complaints that a couple is getting a bit too friendly on a stranger’s front lawn. Finally, officers of the Des Moines, IA, Police Department question a man who allegedly threatened his property manager with a pocket knife
A routine traffic stop is abruptly interrupted when a cyclist is hit by a passing vehicle. Deputy Jason Corey of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department quickly contains the scene and calls for assistance. Paramedics arrive within minutes to treat the victim. Meanwhile, Deputy Corey questions the occupants of the vehicle that was involved in the accident. They all insist that they did not see the cyclist before the accident. When the investigation of the accident concludes, Deputy Corey prepares to deal with the driver from the traffic stop that was driving on a suspended license.
Deputy Kristi Estes of the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department is in pursuit a vehicle which has been reported to be traveling up to 100mph on a local freeway. Officer Russ Martin assists in the pursuit by successfully deploying stop sticks in front of the fleeing vehicle the moment he passes by. The pursuit ends when the driver’s deflated tires force him to pull off to the shoulder of the road. With their guns drawn, the officers order the driver to put his hands outside of his window. The unresponsive driver ignores the officers orders. As the officers assess the situation, they discover that the defiant driver’s talking on his cell phone. The officers eventually extricate the driver from the vehicle and later learn that he fled because of a suspended license and three warrants for his arrest.
Harris Co. Sheriff’s Deputy Michael Sieck receives a domestic disturbance call. He arrives to find a man in the street and a woman yelling from a distance. While questioning them, the woman hits the man in the face. Both parties refuse to sign complaints and Sieck lectures them; he leaves, wondering if that’s love.