Dog and the gang are on the trail of a fugitive in downtown Honolulu. This fugitive is staying one step ahead of Dog by constantly moving locations. As the team searches they quickly discover this isnâ€™t the only family member the law is after.
With a modern day Bonnie & Clyde on the Big Island, Dog and the gang head to help Leland with the hunt. With a laundry list of problems for the couple, they have more problems than being on Dogâ€™s list.
Still on the trail of Marco, Dog has made three additional arrests along his hunt. A hot tip comes in and Dog and the team head to Pueblo where their man is said to be hiding. Can they actually kennel this fugitive up this time?
Still on the trail of Marco, Dog and the gang are still working this big case. Dog decides to try to bait the guy in using Elizabeth. There are more players in this game than Dog cares to have...and all of them are wanted.
Often times the family of criminals are the ones that truly suffer. Drugs and crime destroy families and often leave kids in the cross fire. Dog knows this well and these two fugitives have left women and kids to deal with their mess.
Dog and the team are on the trail of a fugitive. This fugitive is dangerous and looking at prison time. Meanwhile, Leland is working on getting back in the fighting ring. Will Dog and Leland make big wins?
Dog and Beth have bought the kids new bunnies, their family time is interrupted by a felon accused of cruelty to animals. This drug addict had an innocent victim, a kitten...which angers the Dog and fuels the teams determination.
Dog and the team are always learning it is a constantly changing business, you have to be on your toes and on top of your game. When Duane Lee gets sloppy on a bond, it takes man hours of looking and Duane Lee listening to Beth...
A fellow bondsman asks for Dog's help in tracking and catching a fugitive. The bondsman is still grieving over their spouses recent death. While checking out the file on the target, Dog notices a connection in lost loved ones.
The bail bonds business can he ruthless and new trainee Travis, leans this the hard way. After a bond is signed off on the fugitive must be brought in. Dog teaches him the hard way that doing a job right the first time makes your job much easier.
Typically flying from Hawaii to Florida would not be a huge issue. That is unless the Dog has you on bond with $140,000 riding on you. With a flight boarding and Dog and the gang still trying to ID their guy, stress levels and anxiety start to rise.
Dog and the team are helping a fellow bondsman catch a fugitive that has jumped bail. Since Dog didn't write the bond he does not know the fugitive, therefore he does not know what he is up against. Can they catch him before he vanishes?
Dog works daily to keep the fugitives in Hawaii down, when a fugitive from the mainland decides to bail jump to sunny Hawaii Dog is none to happy. A fellow bondsman calls from the state of Washington needing Dog's help to track a fugitive hiding out in Hawaii.