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Famous Bounty Hunter In Billings

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A famous bounty hunter was spotted in the Magic City Friday evening.

Residents near Avenue C and 19th Street West reportedly saw Duane Chapman, better known as "Dog The Bounty Hunter", in action. KULR-8's Stella Daskalakis also saw Chapman on Avenue C, along with his crew. The team was traveling in nondescript black SUVs when spotted on Avenue C.

As of Friday, local law enforcement have no information on who Chapman captured.

Chapman, 60, is perhaps best known for the capture of Andrew Luster in 2003. Luster was the heir of cosmetics company Max Factor. Luster was facing multiple charges of rape when he fled to Mexico. Chapman, whose show on A&E Network was canceled in 2012, is now hosting "Dog And Beth: On The Hunt" with his wife Beth, and his third son Leland, on Country Music Television (CMT).

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