While on routine patrol, Officer Joe Morgan of the Des Moines (IA) Police Department spots a speeding motorbike and gives chase. The fleeing suspect slips away after Officer Morgan misjudges the height of nearby train tracks – which disable his vehicle. While the officer advises dispatch to halt all impending traffic, he hears the horrifying sound of a fast approaching train. Fortunately, the train is redirected in time and a catastrophe is avoided — so he thinks. A little while later, a second train approaches from the opposite direction as several of Officer Morgan’s fellow officers anxiously try to figure out how to move the disabled vehicle. Eventually , the second train is also redirected and the vehicle is safely removed from its precarious position. The embarrassed officer’s amused supervisor wonders if he should change the officer’s evaluation.
“Dazed and Confused #4 Special Edition”
FOUR MEN LOSE THEIR “MOJO” ON “COPS”
An officer of the North Las Vegas, NV, Police Department finds a drugged-out, paranoid man crouching in a driveway and arrests him for burglary, obstruction of justice and drug paraphernalia. Then, an officer of the New Orleans Police Department responds to a hit-and-run and finds a pack of “mojo,” an artificial marijuana narcotic, on the suspect. Finally, a policeman of the Alameda County, CA, Sheriff’s Office finds a gallon-sized bag of marijuana in the trunk of a vehicle
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Deputy Keith Nessel and Deputy Brian Lopez of the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department respond to a shoplifting call at a local mall. The deputies spot a man that matches the description of the suspect and detain him for questioning. The man attempts to run, but is immediately tackled by the deputies. When the deputies locate crack cocaine, the man immediately says that they planted the drugs on him. The deputies explain that they don’t carry crack around to plant on people. When confronted with the drugs, the suspect states that not only isn’t that his carck, but the pants he has on aren’t his. The belligerent suspect is searched and secured. The deputies examine the drugs further and learn that the baggie contains what they assume is ecstasy.
Cops “Chases, Guns and Cars Special Edition”
A STOLEN VEHICLE LEADS TO A SUSPECT’S “CRYSTAL” CLEAR LIES ON “COPS”
Officers in the New Orleans, LA, Police Department find themselves in a dramatic high-speed chase when they attempt to stop a car without a license plate. Later, the Spokane County, WA, Sheriff’s Office receives a call after an altercation between two neighbors results in a gunshot fired to the ground. Finally, when police in North Las Vegas, NV, locate a stolen luxury vehicle and catch the suspect in a string of lies, they discover the suspect also is in possession of crystal meth
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Just when you think you’ve seen it all.. Fort Worth Police Officer Antonio Maldonado II is flagged down by a female “victim” who claimes that she gave another woman twenty dollars to buy crack (yes, that’s her story) and received two pieces of plaster in return. The alleged supect, who admits she was formerly a prostitute, steadfastly denies that she took the woman’s money and she clearly told the woman that she does not sell drugs. Officer Maldonado, a bit dumfounded that the “victim” would have the nerve to seek police help to recover her crack money, issues a trespass warning and explains to the woman that she will be arrested if she ever returns to the property.
Sgt. Tom Jenkins of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department investigates a public disturbance. When the officer attempts to question a hostile male individual, he is forced to physically retrain the man when he does not comply with directives. The intoxicated man curses the officer during questioning and sobs openly when he’s arrested. Meanwhile, a victim/witness describes how the belligerent suspect verbally assaulted an Asian man and several other citizens without cause.