No, really.

Amarillo had a guest appearance on one of the best ever series to have ever graced the small screen.

I remember watching the show World's Wildest Police Videos as a young pup with my dad on the weekends. It was our bonding time.

I'll never forget the time we watched a segment of a semi-truck driver who had been up for too long and thought the devil was chasing him (spoiler: it was the cops, not the devil). After the chase ended, it cut to a State Trooper from the Texas DPS giving a brief interview on the chase--the trooper was none other but my uncle.

It was after I told this specific story to a friend of mine that I went to see if i couldn't hunt down a clip. Unfortunately, I have yet to find the clip (i will someday! Mark my words!) but what I did find was that one time that Amarillo made it onto a national police show that's not COPS.

No offense to COPS, I'll watch them nab bad boys and wrangle weirdos any other day--but there's something about that guy who hosts World's Wildest Police Videos that just gets my inner law dog ready to rumble.

I was stoked to find this insane piece of footage from the archives of the internet. And I hope you enjoy watching this blast from the past as much as I did. Without further ado, I give you World's Wildest Police Videos in Amarillo:

Amarillo's Most Wanted: Help Bring These Fugitives to Justice

These are the fugitives who make up Amarillo's Most Wanted list. The individuals on this list have been accused of serious crimes and are considered a danger to society.

If you have any information about these FUGITIVES, you are urged to call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at (806) 374-4400 or submit a Web Tip by visiting THIS LINK

NEVER TRY TO DETAIN THE FUGITIVE YOURSELF!

You do not have to give your name. AMARILLO CRIME STOPPERS will pay a reward of up to $300 and you WILL remain anonymous. 

Updated as of 6/18/2022

Amarillo's Biggest Drug Busts in 2021.....So Far

Amarillo can be a rowdy place with some lawless characters. Here's some of the biggest drug busts made in Amarillo for 2021 so far....and a little bit of the backstory.

Let's just say that these folks are in t-r-o-u-b-l-e.

Note from editor: An indictment is not a conviction. All individuals shown below who have not appeared in court for a judgement are to be presumed innocent until proven guilty.