Live PD – 02.29.20


Live PD – 02.29.20

Season 4, Episode 45
Aired on: Saturday, February 29th, 2020 | Duration: 2h 0m 38s
Dan Abrams, Tom Morris Jr, and Sean “Sticks” Larkin are in the studio. This episode occurs on Leap Day

Corporal Deaana Marshal and Corporal Brandon Sunday from Jefferson County will be in the studio for Live PD – 03.06.20 and 03.07.20.

Live PD – 02.29.20 Departments & Officers


  • Nye – A major house fire is underway.
  • Berkeley – Lt. Johnson and Corporal Whetstone respond to a man with an AK-47 assault rifle at a party. Eventually, they stop the suspect’s car and confiscate the weapon.
  • Tulsa – Officer Hobbs is responding to a report of an active shooter. Officer Brownell searches a Walmart for the suspect.
  • Lawrence – Sergeant Slaybaugh finds a passed out man in the street.
  • Richland – Danny Brown investigates shooting, but it’s actually fireworks.
  • Tallahassee – Officer Martinez responds to a 911 hang up. He meets Luscious.
  • Tallahassee – Officer Martinez investigates the report of a man with a gun. Several women are outside.
  • Richland – Deputy Mulcahy and Hughs investigate a man in a parking lot. The man starts freaking out and screaming. Mulcahy helps him take a smoke.
  • Tallahassee – Officer Smith investigates a road rage incident between two women.
  • Bradford – Deputy Flynn responds to a noise complaint about loud music.
  • Pomona – Officer Nguyen and Wilson investigate the occupants of a car.
  • Lawrence – Officer Kingery investigates a stolen bike. He locates the suspect at a gas station attempting to sell it.


  1. My husband and I were pulled over the other day for a suspended license plate. We didn’t realize it had been suspended or even why at the time of the pullover. I believe the officer checked our plate because on a highway in a passing zone my husband passed the undercover police officer in the right lane. I told him that was against the law then, of course, the lights were put on right after I said that, lol. My husband is arguing that isn’t against the law, but why would we have a passing lane if it wasn’t? This started a huge debate in our house. Both my daughters are studying for their driving tests, so I want to make this clear for them. One of them asked if it isn’t legal then why can you pass in the city? Okay, that stumped me? Also just a quick note, the officer was very nice and helpful. We didn’t know our plates were suspended and that if you are late one day in AZ paying your insurance it can be suspended as well as your driver’s license. The officer was very nice he saw I was disabled and helped us get to the DMV office. I just want to give a shout out to our police in Show Low, Taylor, and Snowflake Arizona. One thing we were afraid of is if I ever had to get out of a car for the police how does someone who is disabled do it? I know not to move around, but I have a lot of trouble walking so I was curious what do I say, so I can get help? Thank all of you for your service.

  2. Regarding stolen bike in Lawrence, Indiana. What was the results of officer Kingreys stop of Volkswagen? It was at conclusion of show. We enjoy the program and wish it were broadcast more often. Thank you. Denver viewers.


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