Bounty hunter’s Mesa County visit to be aired

BOUNTY HUNTER DUANE “DOG” CHAPMAN and his wife, Beth, leave the Mesa County Justice Center after a brief stop in Grand Junction in September 2008. Chapman was looking for fugitive Marco Padilla, who is still at large and is wanted on a $150,000 warrant. Chapman was hired by a St. Louis-based insurance company, which was legally responsible for a $75,000 bond that Padilla skppped out on before trial.



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BOUNTY HUNTER DUANE “DOG” CHAPMAN and his wife, Beth, leave the Mesa County Justice Center after a brief stop in Grand Junction in September 2008. Chapman was looking for fugitive Marco Padilla, who is still at large and is wanted on a $150,000 warrant. Chapman was hired by a St. Louis-based insurance company, which was legally responsible for a $75,000 bond that Padilla skppped out on before trial.

Duane “Dog” Chapman’s strange venture into Mesa County justice is apparently ready for prime time. In the continuation of a three-part series on A&E Television’s…




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