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Lone Star Law

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Animal Planet expands its family of wildlife law enforcement series, adding to Maine's "North Woods Law" an offering that follows an elite patrol force in Texas. "Lone Star Law" features the men and women of the Texas Game Wardens who protect more than a quarter-million square miles of deserts, lakes, piney woods, bayous, plains and coast in the second-largest state in the U.S. Whether rushing to investigate poaching cases, save flash-flood victims, disrupt illegal smuggling rings, or rescue injured wildlife, the officers are always on the go, defending both animals and citizens.

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Game Warden McGee rushes to a domestic altercation; Zuniga and Roel run into trespassers; Provasnik inspects a potentially stolen jet ski; Richards and McGee team up on an investigation, and a baby squirrel is rescued.
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During the holiday weekend a jet skier is reported missing, while another is caught without a life vest; warden Kiel witnesses a fist fight during the fireworks, and warden Cummings handles underage drinkers.
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The Game Wardens patrol the beach, lake, and land, as summer is in full swing; Wardens educate a dog owner about leaving pets in the sun; an under-age drinker tells too many lies; Wardens inspect novice jet skiers on a busy recreational lake.
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A game warden has a run-in with an acrobatic squirrel; a Mexican shrimp boat may have an illegal catch; fishing without a license leads to a trip to jail; a mystery UTV caught-on-tape has a surprising driver; kids are found in a dangerous situation.
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Boone checks in with a landowner who found an injured kingfisher bird; Gould and Hickerson work with border patrol agents to locate drug smugglers crossing the Rio Grande River; Amundson and Poole patrol the popular fishing spots of Corsicana.
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A couple is suspected of killing a deer during off-season; Warden Iles transports orphaned baby armadillos for rehabilitation; Warden Gould searches for a mountain lion that's lurking near a recreational park in Laredo.
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Game Warden Boone responds to a venomous rattlesnake; game wardens investigate the illegal killing of a goose in the Texas Panhandle; Game Wardens follow up on a tip about a man going over the fishing limit.
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A shrimp boat tries to make a run for it; one warden makes some furry friends; a simple trespass warning turns into a trip to jail; a warden helps a woman spiraling out of control.
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A badly injured tortoise needs an innovative procedure; an eagle's death is investigated; out on the lake, wardens educate the public on staying safe; as night falls, a car crash turns into a manhunt.
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Eddins helps a neighbor in need; Reneau responds to a call about a baby red-tailed hawk; Richards attempts to serve an arrest warrant; Startz patrols solo on the Guadalupe River; wardens monitor the Rio Grande.
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Inman and Eddins assist on a manhunt when a suspect runs a constable off the road; an ordinary fishing check in Navarro County leads Amundson to illegal activity; in Jasper County, game wardens patrol an area after receiving trespassing complaints.
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In East Texas a young woman is served an arrest warrant; a fisherman has no fishing license but plenty of outstanding warrants; outside Austin, someone illegally dumps a pile of trash.
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Dockery responds to a call about an alligator found near a residential area; game wardens find blood in a hunter's car after the hunter claimed he didn't shoot anything; Boone follows up on a call about five raccoons in someone's home.
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Game wardens are ready for springtime in Texas; wardens investigate a video of an illegal hunter; a concerned citizen reports a hunter on his property; a fisherman is illegally catching oysters; a game warden smells something fishy going on.
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On the Gulf, oyster boats and fish retailers are inspected; outside San Antonio, a poacher is caught after posting pictures; in East Texas, game wardens patrol deer camps and help a pelican in distress.

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