JACKSON, MI – There are the people, so many of them affected by alcohol or worse, that Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman said he brought to justice throughout a 40-year career.
There is the daughter he lost more than a decade ago in a crash involving drugs and a stolen SUV.
And recently, there were the deals he said he made with God as he faced the possibility he might lose his wife and longtime partner to cancer.
Chapman, 65, said it isn’t enough to assure the captivity of fleeing felons.
“You got to go a step farther… I hate to just put them in jail and leave them anymore. I got to know: Did they make it? Did they go to Christmas dinner? Did they go to Easter Sunday?”
The famously coiffed bounty hunter and former reality TV star has partnered with Florida-based Treatment Partners of America to help those struggling with addiction.
Tickets available, and a chance to meet Dog And Beth at Michigan Theater, Jackson