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Set in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Appalachia, "Southern Justice" documents -- in a cinema verite fashion -- the work of law enforcement agencies in Sullivan County, Tenn., and Ashe County, N.C. With a combined population of fewer than 200,000, both small counties have their local charm, but they also have their share of hardships. Methamphetamine, prescription drugs, and alcohol play a role in a large portion of local crimes. Incorporating a shared philosophy best described as"Andy Griffith in the 21st century," the sheriffs and their deputies are tasked with protecting these unique, close-knit communities, and they often must use a mixture of action and compassion. And if a peaceful solution proves impossible, both agencies are ready with SWAT teams to handle the most violent situations.

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aired 56 days ago
Police see familiar faces on a regular basis, some too familiar.
aired 82 days ago
The sheriff deputies of Sullivan County, Tenn., and Ashe County, N.C., work to keep the peace.
aired 82 days ago
Three pharmacies are robbed of prescription painkillers within ten days. Sheriff's deputies and detectives attempt to determine if a single suspect is responsible.
aired 82 days ago
The sheriff deputies of Sullivan County, Tenn., and Ashe County, N.C., work to keep the peace.
aired 82 days ago
A domestic disturbance that leads to a foot chase; a tip about suspected methamphetamine cookers while serving a warrant for first-degree assault; possibly stolen ATVs.
aired 96 days ago
Deputies in Sullivan County, Tenn., and Ashe County, N.C., track down the culprits of local thefts.
aired 96 days ago
The sheriff deputies of Sullivan County, Tenn., and Ashe County, N.C., work to keep the peace.
aired 96 days ago
Deputies in Sullivan County, TN and Ashe County, NC hunt down some of their most wanted fugitives.
aired 119 days ago
Deputies are kept busy with manhunts and cows on the run.
aired 119 days ago
A knife fight breaks out in Ashe County; Sullivan County deputies hunt a wanted fugitive.
aired 119 days ago
The hunt for a couple of alleged thieves on Sullivan County's most wanted list begins.
aired 119 days ago
Sullivan County apprehends drug dealers they've been tracking; Ashe County busts a meth lab.
aired 119 days ago
Sullivan County and Ashe County deputies track criminals while hunters track deer.
aired 119 days ago
Ash County Deputies conduct a manhunt in the mountains as they search of a fugitive who is wanted for assaulting his girlfriend and resisting arrest.
aired 119 days ago
Sullivan County Deputy Burk "Bloodhound Murray" sets a trap for a notorious drug dealer.
aired 119 days ago
Johnny Grub, Don Nixon and Savannah Ramey attempt to get clean and make this their last time behind bars.
aired 126 days ago
Searching Sullivan County, Tenn., for a woman with a rap sheet who is now wanted for a string of household burglaries.
aired 126 days ago
Deputies deal with multiple domestic violence calls, stumbling across a wanted drug dealer in the process; summer approaches.
aired 126 days ago
Deputies in Sullivan County, Tenn., think they've seen it all until a dispatch call comes in to corral a donkey on the loose in the streets.
aired 126 days ago
A countrywide hunt for a convicted felon in Sullivan County, Tenn. is lead by officers Travis Jackson and Jason Hite.
aired 126 days ago
Deputies enter the densely forested area of Brown Hollow to search for a suspected drug offender, where the manhunt is like looking for a needle in a haystack.

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