The first Missoula episode of Live PD aired last night (9/20) with another coming up tonight. For those who haven't seen the show, they have camera crews in a handful of different cities around the country and follow them live, checking in with each city as action comes up. The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office will be featured on A&E’s Live PD for eight to nine weeks, with a film crew riding along with at least two deputies on patrol. 

Last night's episode featured a couple of check ins on Missoula - one was a deputy up at Marshall Mountain checking on a report of a man with a rifle. The other was a guy pulled over in a white pickup with a dog by the name of Gremlin, who was headed to Ronan with some lights out. The deputy who spoke with him asked why he had his girlfriend's driver's license on him and he explained that he had been holding it for her at the recent Black Label Society show and still had it. So BLS got a nice shout out on the Missoula show.

On a more serious note, the case of missing Flathead woman Jermain Charlo was featured. Detective Guy Baker shared some photos and information with the hosts of the show, explaining that her case is still as active as it was the week she went missing, and that not a day goes by that he doesn't look at her case. Detective Baker then pleaded for anyone who knows what happened to Jermain in the early morning hours of July 16, 2018 to come forward by calling (406) 552-6284. A $10,000 reward is still being offered for information leading to the answers in this heartbreaking case.

You can catch Live PD on channel 561 if you have Spectrum Cable, they also post full episodes online.