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SATURDAY, MAY 4
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IT'S A CASE OF SHE SAID, SHE SAID
ON AN ALL-NEW "COPS"
SATURDAY, MAY 4, ON FOX
Special One-Hour Season Finale Episode!
Officers from the Las Vegas Metro Police Department are called to help fellow officers detain an unruly suspect who attempted to spit, kick and bite several of the officers. Plus, patrolmen from the Toledo Police Department are called to a neighborhood where two female neighbors were fighting. Then, officers from the Las Vegas Metro Police Department stop a woman who appears to be soliciting prostitution on the Vegas strip. Also, two deputies from the Alameda County Sheriff's Department stop a vehicle with expired tags, and upon searching the vehicle, they discover drugs and drug pipes in the all-new special one-hour "Fight Night/Busted #3" season finale episode of COPS airing Saturday, May 4 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (CP-2515/16) (TV-PG L, V)
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DESCRIPTION: (from Spike TV's press release, August 2013) "Cops" is debuting its 26th season on its new home, Spike TV. One of the longest running series in television history, "Cops" will keep its long-held Saturday night timeslot at 8PM ET/PT. The September 14 premiere episode will ride along with law enforcement officers in Stockton, CA, Sarasota County, FL and Amarillo, TX. "Cops" allows viewers to ride along with the men and women of law enforcement every week as they take on everything from domestic disputes to car chases. Created by John Langley, the ground-breaking series premiered on March 11, 1989, and has aired over 900 new episodes. The show has followed officers in 140 different cities in the United States and in Hong Kong, London, and the former Soviet Union.