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  • The Augusta Chronicle

    Augusta law enforcement shown in another new episode of CW show. Here's what we saw

    By Miguel Legoas, Augusta Chronicle,

    2024-06-12
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    Augustans have loved watching local law enforcement on TV, and on Tuesday there was more to love.

    Richmond County sheriff's deputies were featured on this week's new episode of "Police 24/7" on the CW. There were three distinct incidents shown Tuesday night.

    Viewers were taken to Augusta for the second incident in the episode, and it was one of the more dramatic scenes. Deputies were looking for someone with some violent warrants, and when they tracked down and detained someone that matched the suspect's description, it wasn't him. But the person they detained did have warrants of his own. When deputies investigated the car, they found multiple illegal items, including a semi-automatic rifle.

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    We don't return to Augusta until the later half of the show. The next incident was a traffic stop in front of the Family Dollar on Milledgeville Road. While there was a lot of suspicious aspects, including the windows being too tinted and a gun being found, he wasn't arrested in a bizarre and comedic twist.

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    The episode ends in Augusta. Deputies are called in for a domestic issue, intercepting a man driving away from the incident under the influence. One of the deputies then drives to his house and gets a report of what happened. After doing so, he befriends their little girl who apparently loves cops. He brings her over to his car and she excitedly gets to play around with the lights, bringing the episode to a happy ending.

    Since the show aired on May 7, RCSO has appeared in every episode of the show. After CW split its two-hour premiere into two episodes, there are now seven episodes available to watch. All of them are available to watch for free on cwtv.com and on the CW app, which is available on smartphones as well as smart TVs. New episodes of "Police 24/7" air at 8 p.m. Tuesdays and are available to stream the next day.

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