That is one thing I love about Hawaii, the spirit of Aloha. Where else would a judge say…”Oh, you are leaving the state? Sure, please take off the ankle bracelet!” No, we love Dog. Whenever I have run into him or Beth they are always super nice, although I confess that last time I saw them, I was a bit more interested in their little son’s chameleon. We will keep you updated on Dog’s case.
Dog the Bounty Hunter star Duane “Dog” Chapman, who’s free on bail pending possible extradition to Mexico on illegal detention charges, has been temporarily relieved of his electronic monitoring ankle bracelet for a trip to New York City.
A Honolulu-based judge on Thursday agreed to the bracelet’s removal so Chapman could attend previously scheduled appearances on the East Coast, Chapman’s attorney, Brook Hart, tells the Associated Press.
“As a practical matter, traveling around with an ankle bracelet is not a very efficient practice,” Hart said.
Chapman, 53, is due to return to Hawaii on Wednesday. He was released on $300,000 bail Sept. 15, a day after he and his son Leland, 29, and Timothy Chapman, 41, were arrested on charges of illegal detention and conspiracy in their 2003 capture of convicted rapist Andrew Luster in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Although Luster is now serving a 124-year sentence in the U.S., bounty hunting is considered a crime in Mexico, and Chapman will likely attend extradition hearings to face trial in that country.
“Mr. Chapman should have stayed in Mexico to resolve the matter” at the time of his 2003 arrest, his attorney now says.
2 thoughts on “Dog goes to NYC sans Ankle Bracelet”
DOGS A HERO AND THEY ALL SHOULD BE TREATED AS SUCH
Dog has since ditched the ankle bracelet for good. I hope he soon does the same for these lame Mexican extradition efforts.
Duane “Dog” Chapman is a brave and decent man, who has done a lot of good for society and continues to do so.
God bless him and his family.