Report On Dog Coming To Edmonton

Dog the Bounty Hunter comes to the River Cree Casino
Sandra Sperounes,
Published: Tuesday, February 24, 2009
EDMONTON – You can’t keep a good mutt down.
After spending a few months in the doghouse, Duane Chapman (a.k.a. Dog the Bounty Hunter) is back on the road – nabbing some of Hawaii’s worst criminals on his A&E show and offering motivational sessions to fans across North America.
Dog will “perform” May 28 at River Cree Resort and Casino. Tickets are $39.50 plus service charges at Ticketmaster and they go on sale Friday.

Duane Chapman otherwise known as Dog The Bounty Hunter speaks in Calgary in 2007.

A&E temporarily pulled the plug on his reality show, Dog the Bounty Hunter, after Chapman was caught uttering racist remarks about his son’s girlfriend in late 2007.
All is now forgiven. He apologized, and reportedly sought counselling from civil rights leaders. The network started airing new episodes last year.
Unfortunately, Chapman’s problems don’t end there. The taxman is after him – he owes more than $2 million US in unpaid taxes, says Pacific Business News.
One of his huntin’ partners, Tim Chapman, was recently acquitted of indecent exposure charges.


Dog Coming to Hamilton Canada To Speak

Dog the Bounty Hunter after faith, not fugitives

AP Photo/Ronen Zilberman
Duane Lee Chapman, more commonly known as Dog the Bounty Hunter

Coming to Hamilton to preach
February 24, 2009
He likes to call himself “the greatest bounty hunter in the world.”

Now Duane Lee Chapman, more commonly known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, wants to become the greatest inspirational speaker in the world.

The star of the hit A&E television show is coming to Hamilton Place Saturday, May 30, to tell his story of conversion from a biker’s life-of-crime to born-again Christian, bounty hunter, author and TV celebrity.

For the price of a ticket ($29.50, $39.50 and $49.50), you can hear Dog tell about how he served two years in a Texas prison for his part in a drug-related shotgun killing, before learning the tricks of the bounty hunting trade and bringing some 6,000 bail jumpers and fugitives to justice.

Of course, Dog still gets into trouble. In 2007, his show was suspended when he was caught on tape uttering the N-word several times in a telephone conversation with his son. Dog publicly apologized for his racist language and A&E eventually brought his TV show back to the airways.

Tickets for Dog The Bounty Hunter go on sale at Copps Coliseum box office Friday, or on-line at or by phone at 905-527-7666.

PR Release Re Lyssa’s Wedding

Honolulu, HI – Lyssa Chapman II, daughter of Duane “Dog” Chapman and a member of his posse in the top-rated A&E reality television series, Dog the Bounty Hunter, is married Brahman “Bo” Galanti, yesterday evening at Lanikuhonua at Ko Olina, Oahu.Approximately 200 family and friends attended, including the Chapman ‘ohana, extended family, local politicians Rep. Gene Ward and Rep. Kimberly Pine, Executive Producer of Dog the Bounty Hunter, David Houts, and A&E Network Executives.Everyone was moved by the traditional Hawaiian blessing, and the lovely ladies of Na Leo – Nalani Choy, Lehua Kalima Heine and Angela Morales, sang, “Rest of Your Life” for the bride’s walk down the aisle. The Chapman’s family preacher, Tim Storey, officiated the ceremony. Storey also officiated at the wedding of Duane & Beth Chapman in May 2006.After bestowing upon his new son-in-law his bounty hunting badge at the start of the wedding ceremony, Duane Chapman said, “I gave away two of the most precious things in my life today – my daughter and my bounty hunting badge.”Lyssa & Bo wrote their owns vows for their sunset wedding ceremony.
The wedding at Lanikuhonua, as well as wedding preparations at the JW Marriott Ihilani Resort & Spa, was filmed for a future episode of Dog the Bounty Hunter

Credit: Mona Wood