A behind the scenes look at the first story of show 2411. Our sound man #McLovitz hit record on his phone so you could get a glimpse of what it looks like behind the camera.
“Street Arrests special Edition” – 8/7c (8:00-8:30 PM ET/PT)
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A deputy of the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office in Hillsborough County, FL, responds to an anonymous complaint of a recent shooting suspect with two felony warrants walking down the street and when officers pursue him, he runs into a nearby bar. Then, in Corpus Christi, TX, while on patrol, a police officer stumbles upon a woman parked alone in a parking lot who happens to have a warrant out for terroristic threats. Also, in Corpus Christi, TX, officers respond to a call of kids spray painting an electrical box
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After officers apprehend a suspect who fled from them. Senior Police Officer Miller and his K-9 partner Czar of the Atlanta Police Department do an area search to locate anything the suspect may have tossed while being pursued.
A neighbor stops and breaks down the neighborhood situation to COPS TV Crew #McLovitz. He may or may not have been related to Hulk Hogan.
COPS TV Crew #McLovitz’s improvised cooling system for the back seat of this caged patrol car. It’s getting warm in South Florida.
Cops TV Crew #McLovitz– “This bike has probably seen better days.”
COPS TV Crew #Copparizzi and #Boomtastic logging a story they filmed with the Newport News Police Department. Officer Cline and officer Crawford stopped a vehicle for a broken brake light, and when officer Cline asked the woman where she was headed she replied “to deliver some pills”. When Officer Cline asked what type of pills she was delivering, the woman began fishing out a large handful of prescription pills from her bra. Officer Cline happened to have an evidence bag handy for her to place them in.
Sgt. Fast of the Atlanta Police Department Zone 4 morning watch inspects his officers before they head out on patrol.