In the holiday finale of Season Two, Forrest County deputies run across a gregarious lady who has multiple drivers’ licenses and social security cards belonging to other people in her vehicle. Her excuses for why she has them feel a little weird, to say the least. And we’re left with a cliff hanger when Deputy DeReginald Williamson gets dispatched to the scene of a person who walked into her neighbor’s house and started eating their Fritos. Does he confront the Frito bandit? Watch and find out!
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Deputy DeReginald Williamson is taking calls and working interdiction as domestic fights break out in Forrest County in Episode 1 of FRONT LINES Season 4.
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