Dog and Beth receive a painting of Dog's recently deceased daughter, Barbara Katy. The fugitive in Dog's next case has the same birthday as Barbara, and Dog takes a special vow to persuade the young woman to avoid the same mistakes his daughter made.
Dog finds himself fighting two enemies: the law and his inner demons. He continues his legal battle to fight extradition to Mexico in connection with his 2003 capture of fugitive rapist Andrew Luster.
Dog gives encouragement to a group of handicapped children, making them honorary members of his posse. Then, Dog and the team search for a fugitive who's abandoned his wife and children.
Dog's after Michael for failing to appear in court and his only lead is Jen, his co-signer and girlfriend. She's nowhere to be found but her brother tells them he's worried because Michael has a history of abusing women and fears for his sister's safety.
Dog and the boys are going after a fugitive with a serious price tag. Tim failed to appear in court on a $25,000 bond and has a string of theft charges behind him. When the team hits his apartment, they find a souvenir of a police raid from days earlier.
A Hawaiian surfing hero is on a wave to nowhere and it's Dog's turn to play lifeguard. "Buttons," known throughout the islands for his prowess on the waves and his daring 360's, has wiped-out on the rocky shoals of drug addiction.
Kristine had a string of gambling and forgery charges before she jumped bail, leaving Dog a $20,000 bond. Now it's time for Dog to call in the help of trusty informants he's helped out over the years.
Dog told him not to go, but Charles went anyway, skipping to Oregon against the terms of his bail. Now Dog has a tip that Charles plans to slip back into Honolulu. With $30,000 on the line Dog knows he can leave little to chance.
Dog's got a twofer on his hands, but the cases couldn't be more different. The first is a woman whose family wants her back in jail, the other is a former choirboy whose family ties are strong.
Dog and Beth have to be at the state capitol bright and early to receive an award for their fight against ice in Hawaii. Afterward, they're inspired to start the hunt for Shanna, an alleged ice user and identity thief with $80,000 in bonds.
Dog thinks he's got an average day of bounty hunting ahead of him, but he couldn't be more wrong. Beth calls a client, Daphne, whose bond they have to revoke. Daphne's cosigner on her bond and ex-boyfriend, Bobby, has just committed suicide.
The co-signer on this bond is seven months pregnant, and she says that the man she bailed out has threatened her safety and has been running amok on the streets. Now Dog and the posse have to revoke John's bail.
Roger has 27 prior arrests, spent years in jail and doesn't want to go back. But he's missed court and now Dog has to bring him in. To complicate matters, this fugitive lives in a tightly-knit community.
Kolani's on the run, left his wife to look after four kids and left Dog holding the bag for the $10k bond. Apparently the lure of the streets and other women have drawn him away from his commitments.
Today the crew is hunting for Holly, a car thief. She's one of Tim's bonds and the entire Dog crew knows that means trouble. As the hunt starts, Tim's got nothing but a photograph to work with until an informant calls.
Dog is tracking down Cecilia, who's wanted for aggravated car theft, but she's nowhere to be found. Her girlfriend and co-signer has gone missing too. Just when the trail goes stone cold, a friend with an ax to grind appears.
Dog, Beth and the team are in Colorado and today they face a special Chapman challenge--getting the kids to camp. After the drop-off, Dog is more than ready to track down a fugitive.
Dog is in search of a potentially dangerous fugitive, he's only 19 and charged with kidnapping and menacing. But the case takes an unexpected turn when the Chapman clan ends up in a confrontation with the suspect's family.
Dog and the team are back in Colorado hunting bounties. Today's fugitive has a long rap sheet and a reputation for packing heat. With nothing but an address and phone number, the team heads out on the hunt.