Duane Chapman, who inserted himself into the massive manhunt for Gabby Petito’s fugitive boyfriend last weekend, said he hasn’t been coordinating with authorities.
Dog the Bounty Hunter is giving up the hunt for Brian Laundrie. The reality-TV star, whose real name is Duane Chapman, said funds were running low in his search of a Florida nature reserve for the man sought in the death of Gabby Petito. Mr. Chapman, 68,
Dog the Bounty Hunter has only been on the Brian Laundrie case for a few days, but TMZ has learned he now says Laundrie is alive, and Dog feels he's close to capturing him. Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ
Laundrie’s continued evasion of law enforcement makes him look guilty, the US TV personality says
Dog the Bounty Hunter's leaving Florida empty-handed after spending more than 2 weeks hunting for Brian Laundrie thanks to a hurt ankle.
Dog, whose real name is Duane Chapman, has gone back to Colorado while his team remains on the search in Florida.
Scratch CMT off the list of possible landing spots for Dog the Bounty Hunter's return to TV
Bounty hunter’s team in Florida will continue search for Brian Laundrie, reports say
“I’m thinking more and more about him being maybe a serial killer -- not just a killer of Gabby. The books he reads are unbelievable,” Dog said.
The reality television star has received a tip that the 23-year-old was sighted near the Tennessee, North Carolina border.
Dog the Bounty Hunter believes Brian Laundrie is alive because his profile does not meet someone who is suicidal. Dog appeared Monday on "TMZ Live"
Dog the Bounty hunter hopes the evidence can be examined for DNA to prove fugitive Brian Laundrie’s presence at a Florida park.