Live PD – 04.17.20

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Live PD – 04.17.20

Season 4, Episode 56
Aired on: Friday, April 18th, 2020 | Duration: 2h 0m 00s
Dan Abrams, Tom Morris Jr, and Sean “Sticks” Larkin are live from there homes. This is considered a special episode due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The show is only 2 hours and only 6 departments are featured. Dan also said the show is on a much longer delay than normal.

Departments & Officers

Highlights

  • Pomona – Sergeant Medellin and Officer Wilson question some guys in a park that shouldn’t be there.
  • Richland Deputy Furgal responds to a domestic argument between a man and woman.
  • Richland – Lt. Brown finds ecstasy during a stop.
  • Berkeley – Deputies pursue and car who runs and hides in backyards. K9 Fox joins the hunt for a fourth suspect.
  • Pomona Sergeant Medellin stops a car for window tint violation. The driver seems nervous.
  • Volusia – Body cam footage shows a suspect who attempts to infect deputies with COVID19.
  • Berkeley – Corporal Clark responds to a suspect who fled from police and then crashed his car.

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Mary Semsick

Did you ever find the man trying to sell his baby? I have praying and really want to know. Thank you and God bless! Stay safe! We love and appreciate our 1st responders!

Mark
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It seems he was not wearing a seatbelt while racing to a call. Is this normal?

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It seems really dangerous that during high speed driving the officers are being distracted from their driving by looking down at their computers a lot. Isn’t there a better way? I agree the computer is a valuable tool in the patrol cars but not while driving high speed.

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Officer Carr, Berkeley County, another no seat belt that I could see. Is this the norm?

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Officer Carr, Berkeley County, another no seat belt that I could see. This just doesn’t seem safe at high speeds.