Next Episode of Lone Star Law is
Season 9 / Episode 15 and airs on 19 April 2021 01:00
On Lone Star Law, viewers get unprecedented access to the more than 500 agents of Texas Parks and Wildlife wardens who embark on dangerous missions to apprehend those who commit crimes against nature. The series captures the more than 60,000 arrests each year made by the wardens as they execute undercover stings, work on ongoing investigations and protect their territories.
Game Wardens stay busy patrolling all over the state of Texas. On Lake Sam Rayburn, a water patrol turns into a cry for help. The wardens serve a warrant to a man who illegally shot a hog. A drug arrest leads a game warden into a manhunt.
It's snapper season on the Gulf, and as fishermen catch fish, game wardens catch fishermen who are breaking the law. Two men are investigated for cruelty to a wild pig, a jet ski collision leads to arguments, and an exotic tortoise finds a new home.
It's summertime in Texas. Game Wardens handle a speeding jet ski, drunk boaters, angry campers, and a rowdy raccoon.
The Texas summer is heating up. In Galveston County, a feisty gator needs a new home. Sneaky shrimpers try to conceal their catch. A family's property is damaged by stray bullets. On Lake Texoma, the Game Wardens stage a boat crash.
A summer weekend in Texas keeps Game Wardens busy on the water. A festival attracts thousands of people to float the San Marcos River. Patrol on Lake Texoma leads to multiple arrests. A fisherman is questioned when he can't provide identification.
A running deer must be caught before it hurts itself; the game wardens investigate an impersonation case in which a man claims to be one of their own; Richards comes across a suspicious group while he is patrolling Lake Tawakoni.
Hunt County residents are concerned about alleged wolves being kept as pets; rehabilitated turtles are released on the high seas; wild donkeys are under threat in West Texas.
In Liberty County, the death of a deer is investigated. Fawns in Harris County are being illegally kept as pets. Patrol on Somerville Lake leads to multiple citations. A suspicious car is stopped in Red River County.
A deer poacher is busted, a baby rattlesnake is rescued, a hummingbird evades capture, and a raccoon is released into the wild. The Game Wardens also respond to flooding conditions and a car accident.
A landowner is spoken to for a second time about illegally hunting dove. An injured deer is found hiding in a shed after being attacked. While pulling over a suspicious vehicle, the Game Wardens notice the driver hiding something under his seat.
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