Today's case is a twofer, a brother and sister both charged with drug related offenses. Also, Dog has crossed paths with the brother before. He once tried to stop Dog from arresting one of the most violent fugitives of his career.
When a brother bondsman from Washington State calls Dog for help tracking a runner in search of fun in the sun on the tropical paradise of Kauai, the team is on the case.
When Dog and team help out a bondsman friend whose client jumped bail, the target is a blank slate. Are his tattoos gang related? Is he likely to be violent? And making matters worse, when they hit his apartment they learn he is moving out.
Today's target is wanted on domestic abuse charges, but when Dog discovers she works for an escort service he opts for a new twist on an old ruse--arrest by appointment.
The felon Dog's bonded out is booked on an afternoon flight to Florida and over $140,000 is at stake, so the team races to Honolulu International. But things get stressful when the flight starts to board and Dog still can't ID his man.
Dog always wants to share the wisdom he has collected on the streets with the fugitives he captures. But today he's going to do double duty! His son-in-law Travis (and trainee bondsman) is also in need of some knowledge.
Dog knows that it is better to give than to receive, so when a fellow bondsman grieving for his recently departed spouse requests his help, he jumps into action. Studying the fugitive's file the team uncovers a surprising fact.
No one becomes a bondsman overnight and even the members of Dog's team know there is always more to learn. So when Duane Lee cuts a felon a little too much slack about checking-in and then goes missing, Duane Lee knows he's gonna get schooled.
Dog and Beth just bought bunnies for their kids, and Dog is helping them learn to care for their new pets. But duty calls, and this is a tough case to fathom. The charges: alleged cruelty to animals. The fugitive: a young man with a bad drug habit.
In between tracking down a potentially dangerous ex-con facing a five year stretch in the big house, Leland is struggling to find time to train and compete for his first boxing match in years.
It's Dog's birthday, and he plans to celebrate in the same way he has for the last twenty years. There's no taking the day off to indulge himself for this bounty hunter--he's tracking down a fugitive!
Dog and the team help Leland hunt down some elusive fugitives. This case is a family affair with both mother and daughter in trouble with the law. Will a twisted sense of family honor help or hinder Dog in his quest to bring this felon to justice?
Dog knows that crime and drugs not only damage victims, but also harm the families of the perpetrators, especially the kids. And both of the fugitives he's chasing today have left shattered families and struggling women in their wake.
Dog just can't resist a challenge, especially if it's to help out a friend. Jim is a longtime friend of Dog and has asked Dog track down a potentially dangerous fugitive, and take his son along for some training with the best in the world.
Dog and his posse head to Colorado for a special mission--to catch Marco, an alleged drug dealer. It's been ten months since Marco went on the lam, and his bondsman stands to lose his family business if Marco is not caught.
The "Big Fish" in this case is Marco, an alleged drug dealer with a big bond. But a major key to catching him is Elizabeth, who is also a fugitive from the law. Will Dog's plan to trick her in using her close friend work?
Dog's relentless ruthlessness is being put to the test on the search for the elusive fugitive, Marco. Dog is tracking him across Colorado, from Grand Junction to Denver--facilitating four arrests along the way.
Dog and the posse travel to the Big Island to help Leland track down a small-time Bonnie and Clyde couple. Their crime: theft, including allegedly stealing a pair of Buddha statues for resale.
This fugitive is hard to pin down in Honolulu's downtown district--moving from hostel to hotel to apartment high-rise. But as the hunt evolves, Dog discovers that this alleged burglar isn't the only family member wanted by the law.
When a stripper goes on the lam, Dog has to bring her in--it's a tough job but somebody has to do it. Thankfully for the team, Lady Luck is presiding over the posse tonight.
When Leland learns that one of his clients with a reputation for stealing has lost her co-signer and could be ready to run, Dog and the crew hop a plane to the Big Island.