HONOLULU — Duane “Dog” Chapman headed for California Wednesday night to find another Hawaii fugitive.
Frank LeFrandt Jr. was supposed to have started serving a 10-year prison term for raping a 13-year-old boy.
A Circuit Court judge issued a $5 million bench warrant on Tuesday after LeFrandt jumped bail. His car was found last week at the airport. This afternoon A-1 Bondsman hired Chapman to help find LeFrandt. Chapman left for Los Angeles in the evening. Chapman is known for his reality TV series on the A&E Network “Dog the Bounty Hunter.” LeFrandt was arrested in August after sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy in the back of his newspaper delivery van.
Deputy Prosecutor Thalia Murphy said a deal was cut with the married father of two children to spare the victim from testifying. Prosecutors said he is traveling under a false identity. His lawyers said they do not know where he is.
Chapman broke into the national limelight when he captured Max Factor heir Andrew Luster in Mexico. Luster was wanted in connection with a series of rapes.
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