Bobby Brown Plans to Host A Bounty Hunting School In Grand Junction

Dog’ guest plans school, offices on Western Slope

By EMILY ANDERSON/The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel

Monday, July 13, 2009

Frequent “Dog the Bounty Hunter” guest star Bobby Brown plans to host a bounty hunting school in Grand Junction and open two bail bonds offices on the Western Slope.

Brown currently operates a bail bonds business in Colorado Springs. He said the details of the school should be worked out later this week.

“We’re planning on sitting down with the correct people that we need to talk to to figure out where we’re going to do the school” and when, Brown said by telephone.

A bail bonds office in Grand Junction will cover the area from Mesa County to Glenwood Springs and Pitkin County. An office in Montrose or Delta will cover those towns as well as Telluride and Gunnison. Another office is set to open this fall in Durango, according to a press release.

Brown was instrumental in bringing the television show “Dog the Bounty Hunter” to Grand Junction a year ago

2 thoughts on “Bobby Brown Plans to Host A Bounty Hunting School In Grand Junction

  1. I think it would be a great idea to do it, and if you do, I would like to be one of the first ones to know. I thought that dog had a school there but i guess he dosen’t. If you open up the school, how much money will it cost? I would move there in a heart beat! Also, will there be any funding available? Please send me some info on my e-mail.
    Thank you,
    Adam dorris

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