Live PD has been relaunched as On Patrol: Live, debuting on REELZ at 9 PM EST on July 22nd. As exciting as that news is for Live PD Nation, even more exciting is that some of the fan-favorite departments and officers will join On Patrol: Live. We don’t yet know all of the officers from Live PD who will be returning, but a few have confirmed via press releases or social media. Here are the officers that we can expect to see this weekend.
Senior Deputy Garo Brown
Senior Deputy Brown is one of the more recognizable faces from Live PD and is equally well known in the Colombia South Carolina community. He was featured in the studio with Dan and Sticks during Live PD, and there were many memorable moments of Garo Brown on patrol with the Richland County Sheriff’s Department.
Deputy Perez is a native of New York City but has been a deputy with Richland County for over six years. Addy Perez was featured in several Live PD episodes, and we expect to see more of her in On Patrol: Live.
Capt. Danny Brown
Danny Brown started Live PD as a Lieutenant but was later promoted to Captain within the Community Action Team in Richland County. Famously known to have the nose of a bloodhound and able to chase down any fleeing suspect. Many fans will certainly be excited to see him do his thing again.
Lt. Eric Murphy
Lt. Eric Murphy with the Nye County Sheriff’s Office is well known to Live PD fans. He was seen on many episodes and is expected to be joining On Patrol: Live. Many remember the episode where he faced off with an ax-wielding suspect.
I am soooo excited to see Danny Brown again!! I love his energy and his commitment. Danny you were born for this job.
You are so right about Danny. My wife and I enjoy watching him. He does have the nose for finding drugs.
Can’t wait to see the tyranny of these cops
I would rather deal with 3 bad cops out of 1000, than no cops at all. You would be begging for assistance.
Y don’t these cops make a big deal when tv cameras on them but they cry and say officer SAFTY when you tube cameras on them
And y don’t they copsplain when tv cameras on them but when auditors video them that’s all they do
I’ve learned more about lying cops on YouTube then on live tv
Wish I could watch it live,but I’ll get to start watching episodes on Oct.22nd when Reelz starts releasing the episodes from 3 months prior.I watched every episode on A&E from the beginning.
I just found this show is back with a new name and network.
I love this show. Great News.
I miss Addy Perez, who moved to Texas with her husband. Her tearful farewell while riding in her final South Carolina watch was heart-wrenching.