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Trinity Police subject of reality show

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TRINITY, TX (KTRE) -

A nose-biting incident, bizarre bathroom stall behavior and drugs stuck in inappropriate places. Those could be the topics on a new CMT reality show which would star the Trinity Police Department.

CMT will be in town soon to produce a 10-episode reality series, "TRINITY 911," according to a press release from the network.

"Each half-hour episode of the workplace reality series will follow the on and off-duty antics of the most colorful police department in Texas," according to the press release.

"Whether they are tasering each other to pass the time or struggling through a donut-free workout with their new trainer, the Trinity PD is on the job 24/7, 365 days a year," the press release stated.

The series is scheduled to air later this year.

Trinity Police have had some unusual cases in the past year, especially for a town the size of just over 2,000. In March, they arrested someone who said he accidentally videotaped another man in a bathroom stall when he was holding himself to wipe himself. Earlier in the month, they arrested a man accused of biting off another man's nose during a fight. And twice in the past couple months, they've dealt with women who were transporting meth in their vagina.

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