Live PD Roll Call: Evil Twin | A&E

Officers attempting to track down a man with a warrant out for his arrest instead discover another man with the same name in this clip from “02.24.18”.#LivePD

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Live PD
Season 2
Episode 36
02.24.18

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 Roll Call: Evil Twin | A&E

  1. @jcs criminal psychology
    Due to the comments, i would love a breakdown of the mans reaction.
    Suspect rarely breaks eye contact
    Suspect immediately responds to all questions.
    Suspect calmly removes his ID. Yeah he flipped the wallet, but all moves were smooth and not rushed.

  2. For last few years I have to do the same thing 🤣 there is a guy wanted for domestic violence that has my name and they stil didnt catch him, so every now and say that I'm nit that guy check our PESEL first.

  3. Same thing happened to me dude was wanted on having two pounds of coke. Showed up at my house. Finally they were able to get a picture. Same street same birthday but one year older. Thought the birthday was a mistake. Talk about scared. I honestly didn't think they would believe me

  4. Regardless if y’all had the same name and same street but I’m sure it was not the same address and if they truly did their job they would have notice if it was him or not when they came to speak to him and what officer just goes out looking for ppl? Just weird

  5. I got pulled over for a felony warrant in Brevard county Florida. They were looking for another person with my same name. 4 cops came there. It was a serious charge. Anyhow they were nice to me and after I gave them my drivers license they said it was someone else.

  6. I was a credit executive at a casino and I had a person who owed us money, but was ducking us. So the pit called to tell me that they recognized the person that owed us money and he was in action at one of our tables. I checked his ID image in our system and found him in the pit. I confronted him in a professional manor and he said his name was something else. I asked him for his ID and sure enough he was the guy that owed us money's identical twin brother. His reply was "I get this all the time. We live together, work together, and that's it, I can't stand him. He owes everybody money and I've been beaten up a couple of times for looking like him. Thanks for not beating me up though." I laughed, thanked him for his time, and apologized for the mistake.

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