Live PD: Teamwork Apprehension (Season 2) | A&E

Live PD: Teamwork Apprehension (Season 2) | A&E

[siren] [police radio chatter] – Was it an SUV or
a regular vehicle? Did they say? We have a burglary in progress,
might have a vehicle that left. [siren] – Y’all, come on. – Coming to you. – They’ve apparently
jumped the suspect vehicle. [siren] – Coming to you. [grunt] – Get up, man. – Stand up. Stand up. Walk to your– – [inaudible] my feet. My feet. – Walk. – Ah, my feet.
– Pick him up. – My feet. – Pick him up.
– My feet. – Pick him up.
– My feet, bro. Come on, bro. [sirens] – Bro, my feet, bro. Bro, my feet. – Set him down. – My feet. bro. – Cage open.
Open that cage up. – My feet, bro. – I don’t have a cage. – Bro, my feet, bro. [inaudible] by my feet, brother. – Move your car. – My feet, bro. – Stand up. Stand up. – My feet, bro. [grunt] [bleep] [police radio chatter] – Put him in the car. I need him in a car. Put him in your car. [sirens] – Hey. Secure the– – All right. – I got– – We’re going to run with you. You good? 220 is going to be
out with a canine 21. We’re going back to tack 2. [heaving breathing] [clap] – I detained the driver
right here in these bushes. I caught him pretty quick. I had another deputy chase
one of the subjects down. He didn’t get any
farther than that Tahoe that was right there. And there was one more
that had made it at large, but we ended up getting him. Another victim is going
to be happy about this. Got her stuff back here. – It took a lot of
people to finally put this all together today. And we have a lot
of special teams and line units and regions
that came together. And we ended up with
three suspects in custody, and we have three
people that are going to be charged with burglary.


  1. This amazes me, they break in someone's home, steal a TV, run and when they get caught, for whatever reason, he's now crying about his feet, you shouldn't have run out of your shoes if that's what it sounds like and you shouldn't have broken into someone's home taking their property. TV's are not even worth that much anymore, not like they used to be.

  2. Can't stands cop girls that act like that .I know some of them can't stand her. Same way here in texas.

  3. The dispatcher at the beginning said โ€œmaโ€™amโ€ and you could see the disappointment on her face ๐Ÿ˜‚

  4. "Teamwork". She had to tell these dudes what to do 5 times before they stopped looking stupid and actually did something. 2 out of 5. Reminds me of E4 and below in the Army.

  5. That cop lady is a kuhnt. The guy was not fighting and she was barking dumb orders. I would hate to have to work with her.

  6. Black people never change ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„ always stealing ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„ always trying to fake an injury when the're caught ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

  7. QUOTE: "Aaaaaah! Help me bruh! Help me bro! Help me bruh! Come on bro! My feet! My feet! Aaaaah my feet man! My feet! My feet! My feet bruh! Come on bruh! Bruh my feet bruh! Bruh my feet! Ow my feet bruh! My feet bruh! Bruh my feet bruh! (unintelligible) Myย feet bruh! My feet bruh! My feet bruh! Aaaaaah! My feet bro! My feet bruh! My feet bruh! Aah my feet bruh! Bruh come on bruh my feet bruh! My feet bruh! (unintelligible) My feet!" END QUOTE

  8. It's my feet, bra!….
    Well maybe if you STOOD UP (on your feet, bra!)…then maybe there would'nt be a "feet bra" problem, bra!!!

  9. If you're going to run, wear some real shoes, he cryin' about his feet and nobody cared where his, I guess flip flops went, now he doesn't want to walk, you walkin' alright, right into jail, they'll give you some more shoes.

  10. It warms my heart to see that Iโ€™m not the only person who noticed that she did absolutely nothing but yell and was still completely useless. She was definitely unnecessary and unneeded lol

  11. โ€œTeamworkโ€
    I see a lot of yelling and bossing but no work done by her other than having her hand on the suspect ๐Ÿค”

  12. That lady was using so much force even tho the guy was yelling his feet hurt he could barely walk like I hate cops like this they act like they know everything

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