Live PD: Heroin OD | A&E

An officer is called to the scene of a drug overdose in a gas station parking lot in this clip from “6.24.2017”. #LivePD

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Live PD
Season 1
Episode 48
6.24.2017

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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50 thoughts on “Live PD: Heroin OD | A&E

  1. She is the kind of cop I wouldn’t mind killing, I hate when cops are out here lying. When someone calls the cops of someone OD’ing they don’t get arrested. And she tied to arrest him AND her

  2. I guess I'm getting too old. As a retired pharmacist, no less, of 40 years, I've seen this hundreds of times. I've given lectures to middle school kids about the dangers of drug use. Very few listened. Maybe it's time to legalize all drugs, make them pay, and stop spending millions of dollars a year on the police, firemen, and para-medics to save them. They are a burden on society, and 90% will never get clean and be a good tax paying citizen. It is a self limiting disease, and will clean itself up in a few years.

  3. Have you seen all other videos of police interactions with overdoses…. the officers have a bit of sympathy for the drug users. This lady cop here as usual you give a woman some authority and they abuse it especially when its over men.

  4. In the US you can't be charged with anything after an OD. I'm not sure if it is all drugs but I know for a fact heroin. My husband is an addict and has struggled for many years, clean now. Bystanders, or whatever you call them, the one who calls to report also cannot be charged with possession.

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