Live PD: Not a Taxi Service (Season 2) | A&E

Deputies respond to a call about an intoxicated woman on the side of the road and find that it is the same woman that they transported to the hospital the night before in this clip from “03.10.18”. #LivePD
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Live PD
Season 2
Episode 40
03.10.18

On “Live PD,” ABC’s Dan Abrams and Dallas Police Department Detectives Rich Emberlin and Kevin Jackson offer insight and commentary as live cameras capture the work of a mix of urban and rural police forces around the country on a typical Friday night.

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40 thoughts on “Live PD: Not a Taxi Service (Season 2) | A&E

  1. ER is not adult day care. I don't know the legal considerations, but jail would cost a tiny fraction of the cost of ER services. Recently, for the first time, I thought I was having heart attack. I feared the cost of my first admittance ever to ER, and later found that fear to be well justified. And while I was there in ER, I looked around and could have made an easy bet that I was the minority who would pay my bill and that of the others.

  2. Jeeze, that's hard to watch. I wonder sometimes how much is even prescription meds mixed with booze. Somebody I know before they got sober used to just drink a little bit but they had other meds they had to take that made it just the worst.

  3. I understand it's irritating for officers to deal with the same drunk two nights in a row, but they really need to employ more empathy. This woman clearly needs assistance that she won't be able to get whilst drunk. Also my sister works in ED, they don't accept drop in drunks, they are far better off going to jail to sober up than being helped when they are dry.

  4. This is so sad. Our country has a real problem with addiction. It’s become so common that people don’t really care anymore. These cops are seriously good hearted. Makes me proud of our men in blue. What would happen to all of these addicts without the cops checking on them and lending a little heart their way? 🕊🕊🕊

  5. I can't help but feel sorry for that lady. I know many would disagree, it's just that it's sad that she's so lost. A shame really. Too many people in this world today are hiding from reality by being drunk and/or high all the time. The problems will still be there in the morning.

  6. The hospital I worked at for many years had in house social services that would have found a placement for her. You don't want to be a taxi? Then get her real help instead of standing around making jokes about charging for SERVICE! You know like all y'alls cars have written on them! To protect and serve???

  7. Charging as a taxi service? You are there to help people. Cops have no problem driving someone to jail but if it's to a hospital it apparently isn't covered by taxes and an inconvenience.

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