Guns, Cash, and Coke Roadside Runaway In Fairbanks, Alaska State Troopers respond to a roadside 911 report. A vehicle has crashed into a water tower and the driver fled the scene on foot, leaving behind his wife and two kids trapped within the mangled vehicle. On The Hunt A witness has informed Trooper Joshua Rallo that the driver was last seen running towards the woodline. The officers have secured a perimeter in hopes to catch the suspect before he reaches the river. Bootlegger's Beware Just a stone's throw away from the arctic circle, the coastal village of Kotzebue, Alaska appears to be quiet beneath a sunset sky but there is trouble under the surface. Trooper Tim Smiths is preparing to perform what he calls a "Round up." Covering 9 villages, Trooper Smith is trying to track down four major bootleggers that have warrants out for arrest. Don't Mess With Otis Trooper Timothy Smith joins forces with a local law enforcement legend: sixty-four year old village public safety officer Leslie Otis Rolls. Double Trouble The officers load up and then split up to track down both the bear and their bootlegging suspect. Narrowing Down The Funnel Trooper Smith heads back to the river to meet back up with Otis Rolls, the village public safety officer. Rogue ATV Trooper Christopher Havens is on a call perusing an ATV that is barreling out of control on a dangerous joy ride. Waiting For Dispatch Trooper Christopher Havens stands at the ready next to two of his partners in a parking lot in Big Lake, Alaska. Hunting Regulation It's August, the beginning of moose season and Wildlife Troopers throughout the state have their hands full policing the thousands of hunters flooding the woods. Kings River Investigation Trooper Lindberg is heading to a call at King's River. The call placed stated that three hunters had shot and killed a bull moose that did not meet the legal requirements. Trooper Jimmy Lindberg will attempt to make contact with those hunters and check their moose out. Hefty Fee Alaska is home to one hundred and seventy five thousand moose, and every year, hunters legally take roughly seven thousand. But for those who don't play by the rules and kill under-sized moose, penalties can range from ten thousand dollars in fines, seizure of all hunting equipment, and jail time. Brown Bear Trouble Trooper Lorring receives word from dispatch that there's a bear tearing into a smoke shack. Where There's Smoke... The troopers discover a small bear cub, but unfortunately, where there's a cub, there's often a mother nearby. Mother bears will stop at nothing to protect their young, so Troopers must be on high alert.