Tim is now a single parent dealing with a divorce. He is not able to travel to Denver for long shoots. This is why Tim is no longer on the show. If the situation changes, he may be back. We have confirmed this with multiple sources
Archive for May, 2009
Real DOG facts (Orignially posted by the DTBH Website Administrator.)
Body: Shooting At Dog Incident.
Few Facts on DOG shooting report. The Media was saying DOG did that for attention.
1) No one from the Posse’ or the show called the Police about the shooting to report it, neighbors did.
2) DOG did not do it for the attention. In fact, he did not respond to requests for a statement as he did not want further charges. Fugitive was caught and it was time to move on
3) The shooting site was not roped off by police or investigators. Fans were all over the place. This was not a clean crime scene. The area was swarming with people
Also, in regards to the vehicle flipping that was being chased by DOG according to media.
1) Again, the media was not accurate. DOG was not driving or following the truck, it was in fact Beth. Odd fact was, this rollover happened on the same date, May 19th, that DOG lost his daughter Barbara a few years ago.
FOUND ON MYSPACE
No doubt now. Baby Lyssa Chapman is expecting her 2nd child. Watch this video interview with Dog. Lyssa is seen in the background with a large visible baby bump.
UPDATE: DOG CONFIRMED IN FRONT OF CROWDS IN CANADA THAT LYSSA IS PREGNANT
see the video at http://www.krdo.com/Global/story.asp?S=10392900
By Josh Simeone
COLORADO SPRINGS – “Dog the Bounty Hunter” tells NEWSCHANNEL 13 he believes he’s improving safety in Colorado Springs, despite a couple of incidents in the past month.
Late Monday night, a man the show’s crew was after was involved in a car accident. Police say 20-year-old Kelly Murphy took off after his vehicle flipped over near Moreno and Rio Grande. “Dog the Bounty Hunter” and police spent hours searching for Murphy, but did not find him.
On Tuesday, Murphy’s father helped to arrange his surrender at a Colorado Avenue bar in Colorado Springs.
“I’ve done this 30 years and I’ve never really seen a guy that’s been this receptive to rehabilitation,” Duane “Dog” Chapman told NEWSCHANNNEL 13 in an exclusive on-camera interview.
Murphy is now behind bars after being wanted for failure to appear for a narcotics violation.
In April, police responded to a call for shots fired involving the Dog the Bounty Hunter crew in their attempt to capture a wanted man in Colorado Springs. Police did not charge the man who allegedly fired shots at the show’s crew because there was not enough evidence.
“I’m the kind of guy that’s trying to make it safe for the public,” Chapman says.
“Dog” says not to judge his work on just a few incidents, especially when his crew has arrested thousands of people without any issues.
As for his relationship with Colorado Springs Police – the bounty hunter says it’s strong and he respects and admires the department. “We’re part of their organization, we’re on their totem pole – we may be on the bottom, but we’re all after the same goal – catch the bad guy and fix him.”
The Chapman family encourages rehabilitation, and “Dog” and his wife, Beth, have even held open town hall meetings to educate people about the dangers of drugs.
According to the show’s website, bounty hunters overall, such as “Dog,” account for 30-40,000 arrests every year.
Dog Chapman — Always Gets His Man
Posted May 20th 2009 8:30AM by TMZ Staff
The man who flipped his car trying to evade Duane “Dog” Chapman was captured by the bounty hunter late last night. When will these people learn?
Dog picked up the guy near a hospital after he bolted from the scene of the accident. The guy was wanted for being a no-show for a felony narcotics violation.
As we first reported, Dog claims the wanted man nearly ran over the bounty hunter with his car while trying to flee — and eventually flipped his ride and ran off into a field.
COLORADO SPRINGS – News outlets in Colorado Springs are reporting that a reality television star and his crew took a wanted man into custody Tuesday hours after a rollover accident.
The Colorado Springs Gazette is reporting that Duane “Dog” Chapman, also known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, was in Colorado Springs Monday and Tuesday looking for Kelly Murphy.
Kelly was wanted on misdemeanor charges and had skipped out on bonds worth $6,000, according to the paper.
Concern grew early Tuesday morning when Murphy flipped his vehicle and some outlets reported that Dog had been involved.
The Gazette cites fellow bail bondsman Bobby Brown as saying that Murphy flipped his vehicle on his own and that no one in Dog’s crew was involved in the crash.
Murphy was taken into custody at 2 p.m. to the El Paso County jail where he remains without bond, according to the paper.
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EDITORS NOTE: The Police were also searching for the suspect, but again DOG’s talent tracked him down faster