AIRED ON 10/15/2016
Season 29 : Episode 16
AIRS ON 10/22/2016
Season 29 : Episode 17
Suspected drug paraphernalia is found in a car after a chase; drugs are found on a suspect wearing an anti-drug t-shirt; officers question a woman sleeping in a car, in which suspected crack cocaine is found.
Officers perform a dangerous maneuver to stop a suspect vehicle; use percussion grenades in a raid on a suspected drug house; pursue a car involved in a hit and run.
The "Outrageous Calls" special features a disturbing-the-peace suspect who claims she's a vampire; a woman who is arrested for jumping naked into a Las Vegas fountain; and an officer who confronts an intoxicated woman alleged to have threatened a male acquaintance.
A collection of incidents involving nudity includes cover-up warnings to L.A. sunbathers and New Orleans Mardi Gras partiers; a nude man with a fire extinguisher who breaks into a school in Cleveland; a half-naked driver whose car flips over during a high-speed pursuit.
A drug suspect becomes combative after being placed in a squad car; a suspect in a stolen car claims the owner lent it to him; drugs are found after a man is spotted driving backwards on a flat tire.
An alleged assault victim declines to make a police report; an unruly 13-year-old is found at a domestic-disturbance call; a domestic-violence suspect becomes combative.
Officers in Palm Beach Florida pursue a car-theft suspect; try to lure a barricaded suspect who has a knife; conduct a reverse prostitution sting designed to catch suspects soliciting for sex.
Officers stop robbery suspects, who are ID'd by the victim; respond to a fight in progress; and find that a suspect has a history of scuffles with police after running a check on his license plate.
Cocaine is found in a suspicious parked vehicle; officers search for car-parts thieves; a store clerk reports a demanding customer who argues for a liquor discount because of a birthday.
A suspect's brother assaults an officer at a call about a man with a gun; a motorcyclist is found to be possessing the drug Ecstasy; an officer responds to a dispute between neighbors stemming from noisy dogs.
Officers question a robbery victim; search for an armed and dangerous suspect chased out of an apartment by residents; arrest a driver with a suspended license, who also admits having drinks earlier.
A burglary-in-progress call; a search for an alleged racist who threatened residents after kicking in their door; a shotgun, drugs and a suicide note found in a car stopped for an expired registration.
Officers chase a stolen vehicle; apprehend a driver who refused to pull over; investigate a charge of vandalism by a woman who accuses her daughter's boyfriend.
A domestic dispute reportedly involves suspects with a knife and a pair of scissors; officers draw their weapons on a drug suspect and order him out of his vehicle after witnessing a possible transaction.
Officers chase a driver and passenger fleeing on foot from a stolen car. They also respond to a bar fight and question a woman who claims her brother assaulted her.
Officers search for a missing 5-year-old; find crack cocaine in the motel room of a robbery suspect; order a driver to pull over after spotting him leaving a known drug house.
In Palm Beach, a narcotics sting involves a cop posing as a drug buyer; a woman claims her boyfriend threatened her with a knife; a man is found injured, allegedly by an estranged friend.
In Palm Beach, a deputy finds a man holding a knife to another's throat; a sheriff follows a car suspected to be involved in a robbery; a suspect with a warrant runs from officers.
An alleged speeder in Atlanta refuses to pull over; a male suspect is pursued on foot in Des Moines; a domestic disturbance occurs in Chattanooga.
In West Palm Beach, Fla., a suspect crashes after fleeing from a routine traffic stop; a 911 hang-up is traced to a battered woman; a narcotics unit runs a sting operation to catch a suspected drug dealer.
An officer questions two men and an alleged prostitute in the same car; a domestic dispute involves several neighbors; marijuana is found on a suspect during a routine search.
In Chattanooga, a stolen vehicle crashes into the side of a house. Fort Worth police respond to a hotel fire. In Des Moines, officers pursue a motorcycle doing high speed.
Chattanooga officers suspect marijuana smoke in a car stopped for suspicious tags; Atlanta officers assist an undercover unit; Des Moines cops answer a domestic-dispute call.
Officers are involved in a pursuit, domestic disturbance and a car chase.
A 911 hang-up call leads an officer to a woman who claims her boyfriend hit and kicked her; a woman is arrested at an assault call; occupants of a vehicle are questioned in an area known for prostitution.
Atlanta police respond to an alleged knife assault, make a drug arrest and capture an armed-robbery suspect previously profiled on “America's Most Wanted” as a murder suspect
Sheriffs in Palm Beach respond to reports of a stolen van and a burglary in progress. Also: an officer becomes suspicious when a passenger refuses to present ID after a routine traffic stop.