'Cajun Justice' Premieres on A&E
June 07, 2012
"Cajun Justice," a new police reality show featuring deputies from the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Department, premieres tonight on the A&E network.
The show follows Sheriff Vernon Bourgeois and the department's detectives and deputies in a jurisdiction covering 2,000 square miles of treacherous swampland located 45 miles south of New Orleans, according to the network. The show's Website lists six episodes.
The show airs at 10 p.m. on Thursdays. Get more details at the "Cajun Justice" website.
Displaying 1 - 1 of 1
Billy @ 6/8/2012 3:56 PM
I usta listen to dem ol boys down there in Terrebonne Parish on the old Sheriff's Association low-band radio back in the day when I was a young deputy with Jefferson Parish. Might be an intersting show...
Join the Discussion
Other Recent News
The U.S. Justice Department announced late Wednesday that it will not file criminal...
Dep. John Mennen of the Greenlee County Sheriff's Office and Clifton Police Sgt. Jason...
Maha Aldhalimi of Wayne County said that a police officer arrested her on Sept. 15, 2004,...
Stockton police say that one of its dogs died Tuesday when the air conditioner on the...
Inkster, Mich., police officer Phillip (Chuck) Randazzo, 44, is suing his employer after...