Duane “Dog” Chapman has scoured the four corners of the earth to capture fugitives.
On Tuesday, the bounty hunter and reality television star was less conspicuous about his own whereabouts, posing for pictures with a Morgan County sheriff’s deputy.
“World-famous bounty hunter Duane `Dog’ Chapman visited Morgan County! Deputies responded to a call to assist motorists and rolled up on Dog and his crew!” the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post Tuesday.Morgan County deputies encountered Chapman when they were called to investigate a report of criminal trespassing at a home, said public information officer Mike Swafford.
Swafford said he doesn’t have details about why Chapman was in Alabama but that the bounty hunter was apparently looking for someone when his vehicle got stuck in a yard. The incident left some tire tracks in the yard, and Chapman agreed to pay the homeowner for any damage.
“Everybody left happy,” Swafford said.
The bounty hunter and his partner in crime, Beth Chapman, are releasing a new TV series, “Dog’s Most Wanted." The show will follow Chapman on his chase to capture the country’s most wanted fugitives.