Is Williamson County Leaving Live PD?

Why is live PD not in Texas anymore?

GEORGETOWN, Texas (AP) — A television production company behind a law enforcement reality TV show is no longer welcome to film in a Texas county after prosecutors and attorneys complained about a lack of access to potential evidence gathered by film crews..

Who is the Williamson County Sheriff?

Robert ChodyRobert Chody, Sheriff of Williamson County Texas, took office on January 1, 2017.

Is Live PD still in Williamson County?

The Williamson County Commissioners Court voted in April to end the county’s contract with “Live PD. “ The vote, based on a proposal from Commissioner Cynthia Long, was unanimous to terminate the contractual agreement between the county and Big Fish Entertainment, which produces the show.

Are they stopping live PD?

‘Live P.D. ‘ canceled by A&E following report that the reality show filmed police custody death. A&E has canceled “Live P.D.,” a reality TV show that follows cops on patrol. The show had previously been placed on hiatus following the protests over the death of George Floyd.

Who is leaving Live PD?

Deputy James CraigmyleDeputy James Craigmyle, a spokesman for the Greene County Sheriff’s Office who won legions of fans in his role on A&E’s “Live PD,” is leaving for the private sector. In a news release Thursday, the department said Craigmyle is “leaving law enforcement for a security position at a local amusement park.”

Who died from live PD?

Javier AmblerA&E confirmed Tuesday that “video of the tragic death of Javier Ambler was captured by body cams worn on the officers involved as well by the producers of Live PD who were riding with certain officers involved.”