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AIRED ON 7/16/2016
Season 29 : Episode 6
AIRS ON 7/30/2016
Season 29 : Episode 9
In Arizona, traffic helps stop a fleeing hit-and-run suspect; an officer responds to a stabbing call; a routine traffic stop leads to an arrest when a gun and drug paraphernalia are found in the vehicle.
In Mesa, Arizona, officers get eyewitness accounts of a shooting incident with three victims, including a child; a car-theft suspect is found hiding in his apartment; and a brown bear is found in a palm tree.
In Seattle-Tacoma, a K-9 helps find a car-theft suspect; a woman turns on her drug-carrying boyfriend; a traffic stop yields drugs on a familiar suspect.
Arizona officers pursue a vehicle suspected to have been involved in a robbery; find a naked man believed to be a drug OD; break up a brawl in front of a convenience store.
Seattle-Tacoma officers investigate a potential abduction in a remote area; stop a reportedly stolen truck; use a K-9 unit to chase a car-theft suspect who abandoned the vehicle.
In Arizona, a motorcycle-theft suspect dumps the bike and flees into the desert; an injured suspect is found to have assaulted family members; and an intoxicated woman intercepts officers responding to a domestic call.
Seattle-Tacoma officers pursue a stolen vehicle that crashes into a military base. Also, a suspect is found in a stolen truck with a sawed-off shotgun and drug-making paraphernalia.
In Seattle-Tacoma, a stolen motorcycle leads a high-speed chase; a stabbing is claimed to be an accident; drug paraphernalia and a partial meth lab are found in a motel room after a call about suspicious activity.
Seattle-Tacoma officers pursue a stolen vehicle traveling the wrong way on a freeway; chase a motorcyclist who plows through a backyard; check an open garage at an auto-body shop.
In Seattle-Tacoma, a suspect crashes his truck as he flees from a routine traffic stop; an elderly driver is a hit-and-run suspect; a routine check reveals an outstanding warrant for one of three subjects near suspicious vehicles.
In Seattle-Tacoma, a pursuit of a speeding vehicle turns into a foot chase; a suspect flees from a domestic call; a driver refuses to pull over for a routine traffic stop.
In Seattle/Tacoma, a robbery victim admits the incident happened during a drug buy; citizens hold a DUI suspect who hit parked cars; police disable a reckless driver's vehicle.
"Animals In Danger" involves animals including a baby alligator in a carport; an escaped python; and a pig that terrorizes neighbors as it homesteads in an abandoned house.
"Hot Pursuits" include a car-theft suspect who bails out of his vehicle; a speeding motorcyclist; a car that flips into a ditch after fleeing from a routine traffic stop.
“Stupid Criminals” include a woman who claims she was ripped off in a drug deal; a man with a joint behind his ear denying drug possession; a domestic-violence suspect who forces the use of pepper spray when he becomes violent.
New Jersey officers find citizens detaining a suspect in a neighborhood dispute; organize a prostitution sting; and investigate an assault claim involving youths.
Undercover surveillance helps officers catch prostitutes approaching "johns" and drugs dealers in the act of selling.
New Jersey officers respond to a hostage situation; chase a drug suspect who tosses evidence as he flees; witness drug use in a vehicle driven by a woman with no license.
New Jersey officers chase a suspected purse snatcher; find stolen construction equipment in a man's garage; catch a suspect in an area known for drug activity.
Jersey City officers apprehend a suspected drug dealer, assist a little girl who was hit by a car after being chased by her brother and open a locked truck containing a security guard who was forced inside at gunpoint.
Jacksonville officers arrest a suspect profiled on “America's Most Wanted”; find signs of drug manufacturing as they serve a warrant; discover cocaine in the car of a man who admitted he had a gun.
In Seattle/Tacoma, a suspect driving a stolen truck has several collisions before he's stopped; abandoned sandals help ID a suspect who's crashed his truck into a fence. Also: a domestic dispute involving an alleged theft involving two roommates.
“America's Most Wanted” host John Walsh rides with police in Tacoma, Wash., who chase a meth lab on wheels, which crashes and hazardous materials cover the driver, who must be hosed down by a fire engine.
In Seattle/Tacoma, a high-speed chase results when the driver of a vehicle refuses to pull over; a baby is suspected to still be in a burning building; a reported fight involves a hit-and-run incident.
Jacksonville officers target neighborhood drug activity; investigate a driver in an area known for prostitution; assist a homeowner with raccoons in her chimney.
Jacksonville officers question a witness whose vehicle was rammed by robbery suspects; arrest an armed-robbery suspect; investigate a report of counterfeit jewelry being sold by a disabled man.
Jacksonville officers rescue an elderly woman locked inside a bank; encounter a man who claims to have been robbed during a drug deal; and question a theft suspect who says her alleged victim threatened to curse her with a voodoo doll.
Jacksonville officers interview a shooting victim; encounter a man trying to smash a car window; arrest a man who pushed his girlfriend, who later begs the cops not to take him to jail.
Jacksonville officers conduct a car-theft sting; respond to a report of an alligator; and arrest a robbery suspect who allegedly assaulted his victim with a pipe.
The season premiere of the 13th season of COPS features its first ever crossover special with the host of America's Most Wanted, John Walsh. John rides with the television crews of COPS and with the officers of the Jacksonville Metro Police Department.