Live PD – 05.23.20
Season 4, Episode 67
Aired on: Saturday, May 23rd, 2020 | Duration: 3h 0m 00s
Dan Abrams, Tom Morris Jr, and Sean “Sticks” Larkin are live from there homes, but with a virtual background that looks like the studio. This is considered a special episode due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The show is on a much longer delay than normal. This is the Saturday of the 2020 Memorial Day weekend.
The episodes on May 29th and May 30th will be a rerun and the show will be back live on June 5th. The June 6th episode will be the 300th episode of Live PD.
Departments & Officers
- Richland County Sheriff’s Department (Deputy Emily Hampton, Master Deputy Aldonyia Brooks)
- Williamson County Sheriff’s Office (Deputy Mark McKinney, Deputy Charles Duvall)
- Lawrence Police Department (Officer Jason Heiney, Officer Charlie Kingery)
- Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office (Corporal Steve Zubkoff, Corporal Kathryn Whetstone)
- Clay County Sheriff’s Office (Deputy Andy McCrea, Sergeant Zach Cox)
- West Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office (Sergeant Glenn Henegan, Agent James Lewis, Lt. Brett Cavaliere, Agent Allen Connelly)
- Tulsa Police Department (Officer Skyler Hargrove, Officer Cassie Moore)
- Clay – Sergeant Cox responds to a fight at a pool. He finds two women drunk and fighting. He takes one into custody. In the end, no charges are filed.
- Lawrence – Officer Kingery stops a monster truck that is swerving out of his lane.
- Berkeley – Corporal Zubkoff makes a traffic stop and questions the driver. He finds a blunt in the driver’s shoe.
- Richland – Deputy Brooks responds to a report of fighting, but its just a fraternity bbq.
- Jefferson – Corporal Deanna Marshal stops a car for an obscured license plate. The driver has a warrant and she takes him into custody.
- West Baton Rouge – Sergeant Henagan questions a man in the parking lot. They search him and his girlfriend for drugs, but nothing is found and they’re let go.
- Berkeley – Corporal Whetstone stops a car and questions the driver.
- Richland – Deputy Furgal responds to a domestic disturbance between a man and his baby’s momma’s momma. No one goes to jail.
- Richland – Deputy Hampton responds to an attempted burglary. The man is in the home but he lives there.
- Tulsa – Officer Hargrove talks to a suspicious character in a parking lot.
- West Baton Rouge – Sergeant Henagan stops a car and smells marijuana.
- Tulsa – Officer Cassie Moore responds to large group of people outside and fighting. The situation quickly escalates and a number of people are arrested for fighting.
- Berkeley – Corporal Whetstone deals with a drunk man causing a disturbance. He wants to take a shower.
Live PD shows it like it is. If anything it’s an incentive for cops to do it right as well as a unique way to show both sides of law enforcement. Cops need to show restraint but subjects need to see that policing can be a scary job. We need to stop the them against us attitude on both sides of the coin. Bring Live PD back!
Live PD Rules! Some people cant take the truth Especially when its caught on video/audio . Love your show.we get to learn about the law, And get a laugh seeing what FooLs people can make of themselves ., My Granddaughter wants too be a State Trooper when she is old enough..
I think its bull crap they took it off tv I watched it all the time BRING BACK LIVE PD AND COPS!!!!
BRING BACK LIVE PD AND COPS!!!!