Dog's target today seems to have a taste for drugs and a record of reckless driving. The hunt has deep emotional resonance for the team because today is the anniversary of the fatal car accident of Dog's daughter Barbara Katie.
This fugitive has a bad reputation and a knack for running from the law. The pursuit has Dog and team traveling through an urban dystopia of suspicion, false leads and mistrust.
What looks like a routine pick-up turns into a complicated case of betrayal, deceit, as well as quality nail care as Dog and company track down a fugitive alleged to be an abusive boyfriend with one too many friends in his close knit community.
Dog decides he needs to help his son Garry believe in Santa Claus again. So now the Dog, with a posse expanded to include his children and grandchildren, sets off on a hunt through the Colorado Rockies, for Santa Claus himself!
Dog's target for today has been in trouble with the law since he was a juvenile. And he seems willing to use any trick in the system to avoid capture by Dog. In this match of wits, will Dog prevail?
When they hit the last known address of a fugitive, they discover he already has pulled up stakes and left no forwarding address. The posse's one hope is to locate his girlfriend and convince her to help bring him in.
There is a running joke in the posse that every time Bobby Brown asks them for help with a fugitive, he always promises them that it's "an easy one," but the hunts end up being epic searches. Will today finally be the day?
Today's fugitive's problem with anger management increases the dangers of their already risky line of work. An unexpected turn of events proves that even Dog and crew can be surprised.
With each lead propelling him closer and closer to his childhood haunts, Dog uses old-fashioned detective skills to track his prey. Even examining a suspect's rubbish in a masterful example of "garbology" to uncover a hot lead.
Dog's helping Mary Ellen, his friend and fellow bondsman, on a dangerous night hunt for a fugitive she is now regretting bailing out.
Things are seldom what they seem in the world of bounty hunting and it is through this maze of illusions that Dog pursues his prey. When the fugitive's girlfriend offers to help Dog trap this dangerous felon Dog knows that someone is being deceived.
Dog knows that looks can be deceiving and today's hunt makes this point crystal clear. The fugitive is pretty, petite and trouble. She stands accused of settling an argument with the help of a box cutter.
What do you do when you have a fugitive you not only want to find, but believe can be helped back onto the straight and narrow? If you're Mary Ellen, you call your good friend, Dog.
The day starts with Duane Lee and Leland facing off on a tennis court. But before a winner is declared, duty calls and they are off on a hunt with Dog. The team chases a fugitive who has disappeared into a world of "no known" addresses.
As the team pursues their fugitive over volcanic mountain ranges and into the unmapped wilds of Puna, Dog regales the team with the lore of the magical beings, the Menehune.
It's been quite a while since Tim Chapman put down his mace can and bulletproof vest to care for his growing family. When his old friend Dog calls asking for help tracking an elusive felon, Tim jumps into action.
When the local cops put out an APB for a client, Dog springs into action. With the aid of the runner's girlfriend, the posse heads out to bring him in.
Dog tracks a fugitive who is on the run from the law for the first time. Reading the file Dog knows the young man's life is at the crossroads. He can either get back on the straight and narrow or careen down the road to wreck and ruin.
Dog's children touch everything he does today, from searching for the perfect gift for his daughter Cecily's birthday to hunting a fugitive with a surprisingly intimate connection with his estranged son Tucker.
The hunt for an elusive criminal takes Dog through parts of Hawaii that the tourists never get to see.
When the cops ask Dog for help tracking down a renegade teen with a history of running hard, Baby Lyssa, eight months pregnant and counting, insists on joining the hunt.
Beth is hoping for a romantic anniversary dinner with her man, but she knows that for Dog work always comes first. When another bondsman calls for help tracking down a con, Dog leads the crew into the wilds of the Big Island in hot pursuit.
Dog starts looking for a woman who has skipped out on her court date. But he learns that since disappearing, she has teamed up with a woman whose criminal exploits have attracted the attention of local media.