Forty years ago, an angry and rebellious Duane “Dog” Chapman dropped
out of school in the seventh grade never to return. Thirty years ago
this summer, Dog began a five year sentence for his involvement in a
murder. After serving nineteen months in a notorious Texas prison, Dog
emerged a changed man – determined to turn his life around and to help
others along the way.
A recent unconfirmed report out of Guadalajara, Mexico stated
that a Mexican federal court has denied Duane “Dog” Chapman’s
injunction request and has ruled that the star of A&E’s “Dog the
Bounty Hunter” should be extradited and stand trial for deprivation of
liberty – a charge stemming from Dog and his posse’s 2003 capture of
convicted serial rapist, Andrew Luster in Puerto Vallarta. More information can be found on A&E’s website.
A&E’s hit series Dog the Bounty Hunter returns for its fourth season this spring. Despite Dog’s legal run-ins that have made headlines across the nation, Dog and his posse are coming back to risk their necks bringing in fugitives from the law. Capturing fugitives is no easy task, but Dog is a master at it.
Dog, Leland and Tim Chapman were taken into custody by U.S. Marshals early Thursday morning in connection with charges stemming from their 2003 arrest of convicted serial rapist, Andrew Luster. Andrew Luster, the famed heir to the Max Factor cosmetics fortune, was convicted of drugging and raping three women over a four year span. During his trial in 2003, Luster fled the country to Mexico.