COPS Coast To Coast this week features stories from Florida and California. Broward County Sheriff's Detectives Yadel Romero & Greg LaCerra get the word that a drug sting is happening right now involving their undercover narcotics unit. Rancho Cucamonga Deputy Mike Mason pulls over a car for a traffic violation and as the driver gets out of the vehicle, she is followed by the smell of pot. Rialto PD Officer Robert Morales joins in the pursuit of a wanted man with multiple arrest warrants involving domestic violence.moreless
A sting to nab a drug dealer turns into a foot chase when the suspect flees in Broward County, Fla. Also: A woman in Las Vegas is arrested for filing a false police report in which she claimed she was abused and kidnapped by her boyfriend.
The pursuit of a speeding motorcyclist turns into a foot chase in Rialto, Cal.; drugs and broken glass are found during a routine traffic stop in Pierce County, Wash.; Sacramento police answer a domestic-disturbance call.
Something illegal falls out of a suspect's pants during a routine traffic stop in Pierce County, Wash.; the act of spitting in a person's face sparks a domestic dispute in San Bernardino, Cal.; and a boy is bitten by two dogs in Las Vegas.
A man is arrested for grand-theft auto and obstruction in Broward County, Fla.; Las Vegas police answer a call involving verbally abusive roommates; three women make allegations of assault in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas police and a hostage negotiator are needed to defuse a domestic-disturbance situation in which a woman has a gun; officers in Cleveland handle a domestic dispute; a suspected stolen vehicle is pulled over in Sacramento.
An officer in Sacramento spots a vehicle possibly connected to an armed robbery; Seattle deputies use a Taser on a known offender; Cleveland police chase a fleeing suspect who hides his crack.
A man pulled over for a traffic violation in Las Vegas admits to possessing a marijuana blunt; Cleveland police chase an assault suspect who has disguised himself with a change of clothes; a King County, Wash., detective deals with an emotional suspect who was pulled over in an area known for drug sales.moreless
Two police dogs help officers chase a suspect in Sacramento; a man in King County, Wash., is caught with illicit possessions while driving with a suspended license; Minneapolis police deal with four men who are using a BB gun for target practice.
A car chase in Minneapolis intensifies when state troopers join in; deputies in Harris County, Texas, answer a domestic-disturbance call involving scissors; a questionable odor coming from a vehicle in King County, Wash., requires the use of a K-9 unit.
Police in King County, Wash., answer a disturbance call involving a combative suspect; a Minneapolis officer must use a Taser on a man; Las Vegas police look into a battery charge concerning a woman who tried to retrieve her mother's possessions.
Deputies in Texas assist in a felony warrant arrest; officers in Pomona, Cal., answer a domestic-disturbance call where the victim had just told her mother about her Las Vegas marriage; police in Minneapolis try to break up a fight between two women.
Celebrating 750 episodes of COPS, stories include a driver in Sacramento passing off illegal substances to a passenger; police in a helicopter in King County, Washington search for a suspect who allegedly threatened to kill his girlfriend; and officers in Florida question suspects caught siphoning gas from a car and learn they had also been snorting cocaine.moreless
The pursuit of an armed carjacker in Sacramento progresses from a car chase to a foot chase; deputies in Hillsborough County, Fla., go after thirsty thieves; and two undercover narcotics busts take place in Houston.
Cleveland police arrest two carjackers who caused a chase scene; a Florida deputy answers a suspicious-vehicle call and encounters a suspect trying to hide evidence; and a Sacramento officer stops a nervous bicyclist who ignored a traffic stop, leading to a further investigation into something found near the highway.
Officers in Sacramento apprehend a suspect driving a stolen vehicle---but he claims he didn't know it was stolen. Also: Minneapolis police respond to a suspicious-person call and find someone lurking in an alley; and deputies in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., arrest a woman who admits to smoking pot but lies about her true identity.moreless
Broward County, Fla., sheriffs go undercover for a drug sting; Harris County, Texas, deputies break up a physical altercation between a father and son; and Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., police stop a drunken man from riding a bicycle.
A suspicious-person call in Harris County, Texas, turns into a case of narcotics possession; a motorcyclist is taken in on a DUI charge in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal.; sheriffs in San Diego County, Cal., investigate a grocery-store theft.
Deputies in Harris County, Texas, respond to a domestic-violence call that escalates into a high-speed pursuit; detectives in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., deal with a physical altercation between neighbors; and Las Vegas police detain shoplifters.
One Rialto, California, officer responds to a domestic-violence call in which the husband is ramming his wife's vehicle, and another officer captures an identity thief. In Harris County, Texas, an officer assists in a weapon-disturbance call.
Deputies in Harris County, Texas, chase a truck that's carrying golf carts; Las Vegas police question a suspicious suspect who was driving around a mall parking lot; officers in Rialto, Cal., answer a call that takes them to the scene of an accident.
A vehicle in Houston is linked to a homicide, so backup is called in; Las Vegas officers respond to a domestic-violence situation; and police in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., detain two suspicious suspects they find loitering in a parking lot.
Police in Minneapolis set up a prostitution sting; sheriffs in Harris County, Texas, keep watch on a truck stop that has a reputation for illegal activity; and officers in Snohomish County, Wash., get called to the scene of a disturbance.
A high-speed chase in Broward County, Fla., results in injuries; police in Pomona, Cal., look into a domestic-violence situation; and officers in Las Vegas witness an altercation involving a married couple.
A suspect in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., tells deputies that the suspicious substance found on him was planted by police; officers in Las Vegas investigate gunshots they heard and find overwhelming but questionable evidence; and sheriffs in Broward County, Fla., pull over a suspect for driving erratically.
A routine traffic stop gets complicated for detectives in Broward County, Fla., when the driver dumps some evidence; officers in Las Vegas respond to a domestic-disturbance call and must sort out a love triangle; and deputies in San Diego deal with a suspect who tells elaborate lies.
Las Vegas police deal with a difficult hit-and-run suspect who makes abuse claims and an out-of-control suspect who needs to be detained; Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., deputies encounter a cooperative domestic-disturbance suspect who wants to be sent to jail.
Officers in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., answer a "shots fired" call and find a suspect who plays dumb; deputies in Las Vegas respond to a domestic disturbance call and break up a lovers' quarrel; police in San Diego help detain an armed suspect.
Suspects flee as officers in Broward County, Fla., descend upon a locale known for illegal activity and gambling; San Diego County, Cal., deputies follow leads from a burglary to go after suspects; and police in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., deal with a bewildered cross-dressing suspect.
Broward County, Fla., detectives go to a drug-trafficking locale and question a fleeing suspect; Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., deputies discover a suspect has left clues about where to find him; and officers in San Diego answer a domestic-violence call that has a familiar assailant.
A loitering incident in Broward County, Fla., intensifies into a situation requiring a Taser; police in Las Vegas run through traffic while pursuing a suspect on foot; deputies in Rancho Cucamonga, Cal., chase a speeding car.
After 20 seasons and over 700 episodes, COPS kicks off its 21st season by going back to where it all began in Broward County, FL.
Broward County SO Detectives Brann Redl and Anthony Costanzo join the pursuit of a driver accused of hit and run.
Anthony Cuesta, a detective for the Broward County Sheriff's Department, patrols a zone that's high in drug sales.
BCSO Deputy Thomas Demerritte takes the call of a reported suspicious car parked near a business.