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Sheriff Joe Arpaio on New Reality TV Show

EFE, Posted: Nov 25, 2008

LOS ANGELES -- A new Fox Reality TV show called "Smile... You're Under Arrest!" will feature Joe Arpaio, sheriff of Arizona's Maricopa County, as he and his team arrest fugitives in sting operations, reports EFE. Lisa Allen, spokesperson for the Maricopa County sheriff's office, said the program "is based on undercover operations to capture people who already have arrest orders against them." The television show will air on Sundays on Fox Reality Channel, beginning on Dec. 27. Arpaio, known for his tough stance on immigration, has conducted operation in cities such as Phoenix, Mesa and Guadalupe that have led to the arrest of dozens of undocumented immigrants.

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