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Most of the material is improvised, using a broad outline, and with minimal scripted material. The show is a direct satire of the iconic Fox Television series, Cops (which follows actual police officers through their daily duties, such as chasing criminals, and intervening in domestic disputes). features members of the fictitious, massively inept "Reno Sheriff's Department"—distinct from the actual Reno Police Department, and, Washoe County Sheriff's Office, both of which are absent from the series.
“It addressed things like my sexuality, and it addressed him wanting to kill me, and him wanting me to kill myself,” Hannah said.
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"Let the word go forward, this is not our last operation, because we like it." GALLERY: All 78 suspects (story continues below) Charges: Solicit Prostitution – Sexual intercourse; Battery on a LEO (touched the UC) Summary: Married – Employed by Sears at the Lakeland Mall as a mechanic; receives government assistance (food stamps) The arrestees varied in occupation, and some -- like a retired American Airlines pilot and an information technology manager out of Lakeland -- had reputable jobs.