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 intervene when an overloaded boat and jet skiers risk lives.
A slew of poached bird eggs is found while searching for a missing person.
In Liberty County, Warden Jake Noxon investigates a family for illegally keeping a pet deer; an alligator roams a garage; Warden Mike Boone joins forces with local police to track down armed suspects after a robbery.
Game Warden Randolph McGee assesses a major gasoline spill in the local water system then tracks down a trash dumping culprit; young jet skiers are confronted, and game warden Mike Boone helps relocate an alligator.
Game Wardens rush to help passengers of a sunken boat on Sam Rayburn Lake.
Wardens Sovall and Reneau handle a drunk patron on Sam Rayburn Lake.
A group is caught throwing out lit cigarettes during wildfire season.
Game Warden Cummings arrives at the scene of a domestic dispute only to discover the man has a warrant out for his arrest; during water patrols, a fisherman is caught empty-handed; a couple and their baby are kayaking without life jackets.
A routine inspection turns treacherous on the Gulf of Mexico.
Suspicions flare when stray bullets strike an elderly couple's home and their neighbors are questioned. Game Wardens Raj Ataya and Clint Caywood rush to help an injured boater, and an overnight kayak patrol reveals campers throwing caution to the wind.
Wardens bust unlicensed hunters who are also carrying illegal drugs.
Reckless jet skiers are caught wreaking havoc at a boat ramp.
Foolhardy speedsters run afoul of wardens on a nighttime stakeout mission.
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