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National Geographic Channel crews traverse one of America's most rugged territories -- the Rocky Mountains -- in the presence of law enforcement officers who protect and serve both residents and the magnificent mountains. While investigating crimes ranging from murders and drug running to domestic disputes, sheriff deputies in Boulder, Eagle and Grand counties conduct manhunts by foot, skis or snowmobiles, helping to ensure that a great natural treasure remains pristine and secure.

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aired 46 days ago
After eluding law enforcement agencies for more than a week, the fugitive is spotted in the mountains of Boulder County.
aired 46 days ago
Deputies find skeletal remains of a man near a mountain summit; officials work to determine who he is and how he died.
aired 46 days ago
A resident of a rural mountain region of Colorado shoots and kills someone he believes is an armed intruder, only to find the victim is a friend.
aired 46 days ago
Officers stake out the Interstate 70 corridor for drug runners that may be moving through Colorado.
aired 46 days ago
Though the Rocky Mountains are brilliant during the day, nightfall can sometimes reveal a dark and sinister side that deputies need to defuse.
aired 46 days ago
Officers are puzzled when someone on suicide watch turns up with a gunshot wound to the chest in a small town where shootings are rare.
aired 46 days ago
A local Colo. resident wanted for serious charges in Ill.; deputies face the challenging wilderness to hunt a man down.
aired 107 days ago
Officers in Boulder and Grand counties in Colorado enforce the law in the Rockies; protecting the mountains, monitoring camps and maintaining the beautiful natural treasures for recreation.
aired 275 days ago
As winter settles into the Rocky Mountains, the snow brings with it crime and chaos.

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