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Cops season 3 episodes list:
(Broward Co. FL - 8:13 PM Domestic Violence Call) from #110, (Las Vegas, NV - 6:30 PM Prostitution Sting Briefing) from #311, (Broward Co. FL) Deputy Linda Canada goes to a call of Nancy and her daughter who want her boyfriend not to come back from #101.
Minneapolis police attempt to extricate a distraught gunman who has barricaded himself inside a house.
A first-day rookie captures a shooting suspect; an elderly woman calls for help; a fight call results in the arrest of a robbery suspect.
Minneapolis partners Holly Keegal and Janee Harteau aid the sister of a drug and alcohol abuser; Officer Pam Melius comforts an elderly robbery victim.
The response to a sexual assault call on a minor; investigation of an apartment break-in.
The dispersal of a demonstration; the aftermath of a street fight; a wounded assault victim and pursuit of the suspect.
A racially motivated neighborhood dispute; a domestic violence call; the arrest of an armed woman.
Sentencing in Nome; hit-and-run in Anchorage; plane crash.
A state trooper helps recover the body of a drowned boy; a call on a drunken 5-year-old.
The capture of an armed thief in Anchorage; mediation of a dispute between inebriated native women.
A man reported threatening a wilderness village with a gun; attack dog exercises; officer is asked to exorcise a ghost.
An officer who is hit by a drunk driver arrests the perpetrators months later; officers aid a woman and her baby.
An officer apprehends fugitives with the promise of a free TV; search for an escaped prostitute.
A father-daughter prostitution-for-drugs scheme; a female vagrant claiming to be a vampire.
A convenience store holdup; a prostitution sting; a woman arrested for beating her husband.
A runaway accuses his mother's boyfriend of abusing him; an intoxicated man is brought in for booking.
Officer Mike Horn and his K-9 partner search for a suspect at night; Officer Randy Sutton responds to an indecent exposure call.
Officers discover weapons while searching for steroids and encounter a couple in hiding.
Officers respond to two shooting calls; a disturbance in a Hoboken bar; a domestic call.
Jersey City officers bait suspects with abandoned electronics; a shoplifting arrest in a supermarket.
Knife-wielding attacker falls from window; motionless man found in the street.
New Jersey officers befriend an intoxicated man, examine a cache of abandoned candy and respond to a fight call.
Hoboken sergeant tracks a counterfeiting suspect; Jersey City officer faces a barroom brawl; officers respond to a burglary call.
An officer and his canine partner apprehend car thieves; ``hooker patrol''; a suicide attempt.
An officer answers a domestic violence call; homicide detectives investigate a murder.
Apprehending a burglary suspect; mediating a domestic dispute; apprehending two intoxicated drivers.
Airport Narcotics Unit arrests a drug suspect; an undercover drug buy; confronting a narcotics suspect.
A raid on a desert marijuana compound; a domestic dispute complicated by a pet rattlesnake; the capture of a burglar at a high school.
A gunshot victim helps search for suspects; officer rescues a baby from a deranged father; a witness traps a burglary suspect.
A search of a methamphetamine lab yields drugs, weapons, equipment and suspects.
(3:32 PM Surveillance Operation) Sheriff's Dept - Detective Steve Brown is outside a helicopter and says they are flying two photo missions. One is in Quail Valley for heroin. Detective Rick Hall says they need pictures for the warrants by Thursday - a complete photo lineup. A man captures prowler; DUI suspect; cache of weapons recovered from drug lab.
(12:09 AM Street Patrol) Deputy James Billinovich talks about people who hate them and Sgt. Eugene Merritt briefs a group. In the car James says he hates thieves, maybe because he had 2 cars stolen in the last 10 years. high speed chase; juveniles steal car; rock throwing attack.
The Sheriff's Department examines a house damaged by gunfire; two deputies respond to a loud disturbance.
(Boy Scout Kid on a Fence at Night) Harris Co. Sheriff’s Dept. - Cpl. Larry Blacksmith talks the kid, Stephen, down. The kid doesn't want to go to the boy scout meeting because he thinks everyone hates him there. Larry says he doesn't have to go if he doesn't want to and will take him home to his grandma if he wants. He's not in trouble and can climb up there and get him, but it would be easier if he just comes down. The kid thinks he hates him, but Larry assures him he doesn't, so he comes down and Larry takes him home. (10:05 PM Domestic Disturbance) - man loses ear in domestic scuffle; tattooed woman arrested for drug possession.
(12:32 AM Traffic Stop) Sgt. Robert Jackson says he is from Detroit, but Houston is is home. It is more laid back and is great for a big city. A man is found hanging in a garage; truck stop disturbance; driver resists arrest.
A couple shot by unknown assailants; estranged husband assaults wife; pair dodges gas payment.
(Vehicle Fire Call) Cpl James Billinovich is called to help with the search for a fleeing vehicle. A body was found in the burned car in a foggy area and a tow truck is en route.
(Parade) A marching band parades in front of Buckingham Palace. Cops watch and patrol. Sir Peter Imbert Commissioner says Scotland Yard is the HG of the metro police, it was formed in 1829 by Sir Robert Peel, SY has traditionally been it’s HQ.
A deputy aids a shooting victim and answers a "man with a gun" call; search for a burglary suspect.
(5:45 PM Suspicious Activity) Metropolitan PD Northeast Area Command - Officers Thomas Fletcher says every car that metro has, B/W, have a computer terminal MCTs, they are a tremendous help. By running a plate at random they can determine if the car is stolen from anywhere in the US, if the person has warrants or if the plate is expired. Officer Andrew Legrow. (7:30 PM Disturbance) Officer Joseph Lombardo and the Polite Vampire lady.
(9:24 PM Disturbance Call) Harris Co. Sheriff’s Dept. - Deputy Ron Leonard says he's in the city police who cover from county line to county line. Sometimes it takes a while for back up to get there so he talks and deals with people differently. Arrest for an elderly guard's beating; suicide call.