Crime

‘Cops’ rides again with Pierce County deputies

Police vehicles, mostly from the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department, race down a road at the Pierce County Airport in South Hill with a helicopter overhead during the filming of a scene to promote the television show “Cops” in October 2000. The show returned to Pierce County for a segment airing 8 p.m. Saturday on Spike.
Police vehicles, mostly from the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department, race down a road at the Pierce County Airport in South Hill with a helicopter overhead during the filming of a scene to promote the television show “Cops” in October 2000. The show returned to Pierce County for a segment airing 8 p.m. Saturday on Spike. Staff file, 2000

On Saturday night, you’ll have a chance to find out what the bad boys did in Pierce County.

“Cops,” the long-running television show that films ride-alongs with law enforcement, recorded a segment with Pierce County sheriff’s deputies that will air 8 p.m. Saturday (Aug. 20) on Spike.

The segment features deputies Shane Masko and Nick Jankens, spokesman Ed Troyer announced in a news release Thursday.

Just Hanging Out, Show 2911, Trailer

A jumpy bicyclist mistakenly reveals more than he had planned. Officers search a darkened building in an attempt to thwart a robbery in progress. A frightened woman just can’t keep her cool when stopped by the cops.

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Kenny Ocker: 253-597-8627, @KennyOcker

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