Live PD – 05.15.20

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Live PD – 05.15.20

Season 4, Episode 64
Aired on: Friday, May 15th, 2020 | Duration: 3h 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 on a much longer delay than normal.

In this episode, Dan, Tom, and Sticks are remote but using virtual backgrounds that look like the studio.

#### Update on Trapped Dog ####

  • The dog was taken to the emergency vet by Deputy Hughes.
  • The vet found a microchip on the dog and was able to contact the dog’s owner. The owner was enroute to the vet.
  • The Richland County Sheriff’s Department will pay all vet bills for the dog.
  • The dog’s name is Maxine
  • The vet performed x-rays and blood tests, and Maxine is in stable condition.
  • As of Saturday morning, after several tests at the vet last night, Maxine is home, stopped shivering and is now resting comfortably. Keep her in your thoughts and prayers.

Departments & Officers

Highlights

  • Berkeley – Corporal Gist questions a couple outside a motel. Eventually, she finds meth and charges both of them.
  • West Baton Rouge – Sergeant Henegan stops a car that is driving suspicious. The driver drove from Arkansas. Henegan lets the man pee behind a tree. No drugs are found and he lets them go.
  • Richland – Sergeant Furgal arrives on the scene of an assault suspect who is very angry.
  • Richland – Master Deputy Hughs responds to a dog trapped in a drain. It takes them a while, but with the help of a few good samaritans, they rescue the dog. After waiting for Animal Control they end up transporting the dog to the emergency vet.
  • Clay – Detective Jett stops a car driving wildly and the driver behaves erratically. The driver passes a DUI test, but they don’t let him drive home.
  • Lawrence – Officer Kingery responds to a drunk man walking in the street. He also has 2 bottles of beer in his pocket.
  • Berkeley – Corporal Gist provides backup on a foot chase. The suspect tries to make entry into an apartment complex but then flees into the woods.
  • Lawrence – Officer Agresta pursues a Dodge Charger refusing to stop. Several passengers flee on foot. Eventually the Charger gets away.
  • Clay – Detective Jett stops another car driving erratically. Both passengers become combative and are taken into custody.
  • West Baton Rouge – Sergeant Henegean and Agent Smith question some people in a motel parking lot.
  • West Baton Rouge – Officers spot a four-wheeler on the road with two small kids on the back. The driver takes off into the sugar cane fields to escape.
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David
David
5 months ago

Will you be making a special mention or photos of the National Law Enforcement Memorial May 15 is the date that is set by law

David
David
5 months ago

Today is National Law Enforcement Memorial Day. I hope some one makes acknowledges this day on your show.

James Cooper
James Cooper
5 months ago

Going in a storm drain, very unsafe. Possible no or low O2 environment. Not that deep but should call someone. To check for oxygen level or other gas hazards.

Kim
Kim
5 months ago

I’ve been watching your show from day one. However, the cops you follow in Baton Rouge. LA are very unlikable. I do not enjoy the condescending attitudes and banter. I find it extremely disrespectful to the people they are questioning and look forward to the day that you move on from covering their department. 

#BringBackPascoCounty

mmc
mmc
5 months ago
Reply to  Kim

Disagree, they are my new favorites!

Kimberly Short
Kimberly Short
5 months ago

You all are awesome! Thank you for all you do!

Megan Hayes
Megan Hayes
5 months ago

Hayes Family here from Winchester, Virginia. Live P.D. is the only show on tv that my entire family of six look VERY forward to every weekend. Tonight, watching the Richland county officers Furgal and Hughes assist good samaritans in rescuing the dog from the drain completely melted our hearts! There wasn’t a dry eye in our family livingroom while watching these wonderful people all work together to save the dog. We were all at home cheering for everyone. Thank you to all the officers and everyone that makes this show possible. This show has really helped show our children how… Read more »

AKBearfood
AKBearfood
5 months ago

The Dog pulled from the Drain is Hypodermic – don’t feed it or give it water until its body temp is back to near normal. It needs to slowly be warmed up – if it gets too hot to fast its almost as bad is if you let it continue to freeze.

AKBearfood
AKBearfood
5 months ago

Dang – I hate Spell Check – It was supposed to say Hypothermic … It needs a heat lamp, warm intravenous fluids, and a night under a blanket before you start feeding it. Happens all the time up here when they fall in a lake of river for too long … good luck!

Carol
Carol
5 months ago

Please keep us updated on the dog. I know his owners where contacted n on their way but from one who is a major animal lover, would like to know that he made a full recovery please. Had me in tears. Thank the Maker that there was help for that poor baby. Thank you everyone that helped rescue him. Bless you all.

Bill
Bill
5 months ago

This is a way to help all officers that experience ear pain wearing masks. I’m a nurse and in the medical field we found out that sewing a button on our caps just above slightly behind each ear and attaching the elastic mask bands keeps mask in place and takes pressure off from behind ears. Hope it helps

Paula
Paula
5 months ago

I am so relieved to hear that the dog named Maxine will be okay. How did she end up in that drain? Thanks so much to the officers and good Samaritan for their brave effort to save her! God bless you!

Lorelei Gullett
Lorelei Gullett
5 months ago

Not sure if this is the right place to make a suggestion of a story? (BTW, love watching the show!!!) There is quite a “Crime of the Week” from Washington State on May 14: Murder suspect fled in stolen car into Oregon. Fired shots at officers, who returned fire on I-84. Stole another car. Was finally apprehended.

P mckinney
P mckinney
5 months ago

Did a sergeant Henagan locate the four wheeler that was speeding with kids on the back? Baton Rouge 5/15/20