Beth is known for working with Granville Lee, the first black bondsman in Denver.
Beth grew up in a large family, being the youngest of six children.
Beth held a legislative position with the Bail Association, which helped her get the bail laws re-written in Colorado.
For five years Beth worked as a night club singer, with The Glass Menagerie.
Beth was a member of National Jump Rope Team, The Skipit's.
Beth, at the age of 18, started in politics by working for Colorado State Senator Don Sandoval.
As a teenager Beth worked as an Inventory Control Clerk for a large car dealership.
As a child Beth won many medals for gymnastics and ice skating.
Beth's father is a former Kansas City Athletics professional baseball player.
Beth's first husband, Keith Barmore, was a heroin addict.
Beth was licensed as a bondsman at age 21. She chose the career of bail bonds to get closer to Dog and she was unemployed as she lost her job with Colorado State Senator Sandoval due to her incarceration.
Has two children with Duane "Dog" Chapman, Gary and Bonnie Jo.
Beth: (in regards to the first time she met Duane) Oh yes. He will be mine.
Beth: Life is all about second chances.