35-year-old Nicole Gillespie is accused of robbing a Honolulu bank Sept. 3
The 35-year-old stepdaughter of reality TV star Duane Chapman, better known as "Dog the Bounty Hunter," was arrested Sunday for allegedly robbing a bank in downtown Honolulu. Nicole Gillespie reportedly entered Territorial Savings Bank around 8 a.m. Show More Summary
Hopefully Dog the Bounty Hunter doesn't end up having to track down his own stepdaughter, who was arrested Sunday for allegedly robbing a Honolulu bank. Nicole Gillespie, 35, allegedly entered the bank earlier this month, gave the teller a demand note, and ultimately fled the bank, Hawaii News Now reports....
Nicole Gillespie, Dog The Bounty Hunter’s stepdaughter from a previous marriage, was arrested Sunday for allegedly robbing a Honolulu bank on September 3. According to reports, charges have not… READ ON
Nicole Gillespie was arrested Sunday on robbery charges after targeting a Honolulu bank, according to local reports.
A hefty sum has been offered for information leading to the arrest of “El Chapo,” but even that isn’t enough to entice one professional. Reality TV star Duane Chapman, better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, told Fox News that he would not be interested in apprehending El Chapo — for more than run reason. Show More Summary
Mexican authorities are desperate to capture notorious drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, who remains on the lam after escaping prison. However, one person who will not be able… READ ON
A Hawaii-based bondsman is having Dog the Bounty Hunter sued for $30 million. Charles Fisher claims the TV show Dog and Beth: On the Hunt portrayed him as a corrupt bounty hunter and now his reputation in the industry is ruined. ButShow More Summary
Nothin' like a nine-figure lawsuit! That's what Dog the Bounty Hunter and his wife Beth Chapman are dealing with now, after a rival bounty hunter dropped a suit on them to the tune of $30 million! [ Related: In Another Lawsuit, It's Nuns Vs. Katy Perry! ] Charles Fisher filed the suit against the couple, accusing them [...]
A rival bounty hunter named Charles Fisher is having Dog the Bounty Hunter sued for $30 million. Fisher claims Dog the Bounty Hunter’s lawsuit is only intended to make things right since he claims Duane Chapman and his wife Beth falsely...Show More Summary
Dog the Bounty Hunter and his wife, Beth, have been accused of ruining a rival bounty hunter's good name... and the guy wants $30 million from them to make it right. Charles Fisher filed a lawsuit against Dog and Beth, claiming the...
Someone please get Dog the Bounty Hunter on the line. A $1 million reward is being offered for information that will lead to a missing pair of ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz, reports AP. The pair was stolen from a museum in Judy Garland’s hometown of Grand Marais, Minnesota. Show More Summary
Officers beat bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman to close the case on one of the escaped “Shawshank” murderers! On June 26, federal agents cornered and killed escapee Richard Matt – one day after Duane and his wife, Beth, joined the headline-making hunt, The National ENQUIRER learned. Show More Summary
Last night the boyfriend and I got together -- giggitty -- and shot this latest episode of Newstoid since Jess Brohard is out hunting fugitives with Dog the bounty hunter or whatever. Who knew we would talk about marriage equality in...Show More Summary
It takes a big dog to catch a big bone.
If you tuned into CNN Tonight last night thinking you’d find Dog the Bounty Hunter looking for the escaped New York convicts, you were in for a surprise. Only hours after his appearance on “Glenn Beck‘s Radio Program” to discuss political...Show More Summary
From Boba Fett to Dog The, pop culture loves its bounty hunters. They work a sleazy, dangerous, and alluring beat that treats low-life scofflaws to high-octane thrills. The fantasy of hauling in an unruly perp to collect a serious cash reward endures in Syfy’s new drama Killjoys, which takes romanticized thuggery to a star system far, far away. Show More Summary
"It says something about how comfortable we are about how our bail system works that a TV show where people with guns hunt humans for sport seems legitimate," he said of 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' and its copycats. read more
A case against Duane “Dog The Bounty Hunter” Chapman was dismissed by a New York court, after a friend of the reality star sued over unpaid appearances he made on… READ ON
Dog the Bounty Hunter is a Hillary Clinton fan, much to Fox News' surprise. Duane "Dog" Chapman sat down with the "Outnumbered" panel Friday to discuss a Fox News poll that put Marco Rubio at the front of the race for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination. Show More Summary