DOG the Bounty Hunter said in an interview that he has captured over 8,000 people.
The reality TV star revealed that he does not use violent weapons to capture the fugitives.
Here is more about the famous Bounty Hunter.
Who is Dog the Bounty Hunter?
Duane Dog Chapman aka the Bounty Hunter, 67, is a reality TV personality best known for his successful capture of Max Factor heir Andrew Luster in Mexico in 2003.
He was given his own series, Dog the Bounty Hunter, the following year on A&E.
After Dog the Bounty Hunter ended, he appeared in Dog and Beth: On the Hunt, alongside his wife and business partner, Beth Chapman.
How many people has he captured?
The Bounty Hunter revealed in an episode of The Domenick Nati Show on Instagram, that he’s “arrested 8,000 men, and now the count they say is more, and never, ever [has he] killed anyone or even used a real gun.”
He added: “Right now we’re concentrating on pepperball guns, and they are air with a little marble.
“That thing will bring a mule to its knees.
Who helps him catch the fugitives?
Since his wife Beth passed, he has enlisted the help of his fiancée, Francie Frane, to help him gather key details for the hunt.
On Wednesday, Dog revealed to followers on social media that a “meth dealer” had been “captured” and it was in large part thanks to the “tips and leads” locals sent him.
After helping to "smoke" out the fugitive enough that he turned himself in, the father of 12 told Breaking Through TV that he had multiple plans in place.
Dog shared: “Plan A was, of course to capture him and put him in the backseat.
“…Plan B was to put enough pressure on everyone he knew, every place he’s been in the last 72 hours. Pressure, pressure, pressure.”
Once the job was done and the fugitive was found and captured, Dog said Francie told him: “Honey, good job. Who’s next?”
What happened to Beth Chapman?
Beth was dealing with aggressive throat cancer since November of 2017.
She initially went on to remission, but the disease eventually spread to her lungs.
In 2019 began the filming of their new show, Dog’s Most Wanted, but in June, Beth was rushed to the hospital and placed in a medically induced coma.
She died on June 26 from cancer complications.
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