Spotsylvania is on Reelz TV - Episode 51
First and foremost, I want to thank you all for the outstanding work you do every single day. Feel free to seek me out for any assistance that I may be able to offer. If you need a cold drink on a hot day, just knock and I or someone from my family will come to your aid. You have a thankless job, that many people do not understand. Thank you
Spotsylvania County, Virginia (where I reside) is being featured on On Patrol: Live, from December 2 thru Feb 4, 2023. On Patrol: Live is on Reelz and if you don’t have cable, then it is available on philo. Philo is a digital streaming service, for just $25 a month.
New episodes coming on Fridays and Saturdays.
This episode was S01E51 broadcasted on January 21, 2023. Camera crews tagged along with Sgt Pittman and Deputy Jackson. They featured three incidents in this episode.
** I will only mention the names of individuals who were arrested. Those arrest records are available online in several places and in the local news media as well.
This episode lasted 3 hours with Spotsylvania being featured three times.
Spotsylvania stole the show last night with a 15-minute police chase, that set the tone for the rest of the show. You can read about the chase on another page of this blog here.
Deputy Jones was called out to the WaWa near Shannon Airport. There he found Sanda (her last name is being withheld as she was not arrested for some reason). Long story short, she is either extremely strung out or drunk, maybe both (she is a frequent flyer and in the past, her arrests were for being drunk in public). It took two deputies to get her into one of the cars. This was a short call and was actually recorded earlier. She stole two drinks from the store as well.
“Fuck you, bite you”
“I aint got no teeth”
Because we care about your safety, Deputy Jones, you should wear your seat belt while behind the wheel.
The third incident that featured Spotsylvania, was at the very last minute of the episode, with a warrant being served by Deputy Dillon Jackson. Much to the surprise of the police, Jason Collins was more than cooperative, being non-combative and freely allowing the deputies to take him into custody.
I bet they wish that all of the warrants that they serve would be this simple.
It appears that he had some drug and firearms issues that he needed to address with the State Police.
Beech Grove, IN
They had a slow-speed chase (38 mph), pulling the driver out at gunpoint. When they had the lady in custody and searched her car, it looked like she ate drugs (meth, marijuana, and mushrooms) that she had on her. She didn’t admit to it, so they had to call an ambulance and she gets a free ride to the hospital.
When we cut back they find a large bag of marijuana along with the other drugs. She finally admits to swallowing mushrooms and molly.
Richland County, SC
As they attempt to pull over a car for dark window tint, just as he lights them up, the passenger jumps out and makes a run to a house. It turns out that he lived there and he really needed to use the bathroom.
“we don’t want noboby to shit their pants“
Volusia County, FL
The police arrive at a house, where the lady stated that the people next door were throwing rocks at her house. No one was home at the neighbors, but as they were getting back into their patrol car, they were flagged down by a person, stating that a 6-year old just ran away from home.
We do not have an update as the next 20 minutes were hijacked by the Spotsylvania chase. But we do know that they found the juvinelle safe and sound.
While trying to shop a vehicle for not stopping at a stop sign, the officer thought he saw something being thrown out the window of his car. After the stop, he heads back to where he thought it would be located and as he was searching, a women quickly grabbed the bags (which contained drugs). She was arrested as well. She was more concerned about making sure she looked good for the TV cameras.
Later we find out that she was called by the driver and was told where to find the drugs (mollie) that he tossed out the window.
Crime of the Night
#WANTED: #OPNation we need your help to find these copper thieves from Buffalo, NY. If you have any information, please call the Buffalo Police Department at 1-716-851-4444.— On Patrol: Live (@OfficialOPLive) January 28, 2023
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