Live PD – 03.06.20
Season 4, Episode 46
Aired on: Friday, March 6th, 2020 | Duration: 2h 0m 38s
Dan Abrams, Tom Morris Jr, and Sean “Sticks” Larkin are in the studio. Corporal Deanna Marshall and Corporal Brandon Sunday from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department are in the studio.
Bradford County Sheriff’s Office is off this week, and the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office is deputing.
Live PD – 03.06.20 Departments & Officers
- Richland County Sheriff’s Department (Lt. Danny Brown, Master Deputy Bryce Hughes)
- Lawrence Police Department (Officer Matt Weber, Officer Jason Heiney)
- Tallahassee Police Department (Officer Brian Smith, Officer Justin Hill)
- Tulsa Police Department (Officer Joshua Hyman, Officer Darrell Ross)
- Nye County Sheriff’s Office (Deputy Chad Barrett, )
- Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office (Corporal Tyler Clark, Deputy Austin Longieliere)
- Pomona Police Department (Officer Eric Omahony, Officer Rodney Cavanaugh, Sergeant Rick Agular)
- Volusia County Sheriff’s Office (Deputy Royce James, Deputy Corey Charles)
- Tallahassee – Officers search for a man that punched a security guard. They find him later in the night at a fraternity house.
- Berkeley – Corporal Clark backs up Zubkoff on a traffic stop.
- Tallahassee – Officer Hill does a wellfare check on an intoxicated female.
- Berkeley – Deputy Longieliere attempts to stop a car that flees.
- Nye – Deputy Gentry and other officers deal with a drunk man in a casino parking lot.
- Pomona – Sergeant Aguilar responds to a man with a knife and nerf guns.
- Richland – Lt. Brown stops a car and he finds a few grams of marijuana.
- Volusia – Deputy James serves a felony drug warrant on a woman who wanted to keep sleeping.
- Pomona – Sergeant Aguiar responds to a Target for suspected shoplifting. Apparently this Target has a holding cell.
- Tallahassee – Officer Hill investigates a fight between a step-dad and step-son.
- Volusia – Deputy Charles assists on a vehicle stop. During the stop he investigates another truck parked nearby. He lets them know that he’s a walking lie-detector.