Shots fired on Duane 'Dog' Chapman
Police apprehend shooting suspect in Colorado
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- Police in Colorado say shots were fired at TV bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman and a bail bondsman when they tried to apprehend a man whose bail was revoked on an attempted murder charge.
Colorado Springs police Sgt. Roger Vargason said the two were attempting to take 35-year-old Hoang Nguyen into custody at an apartment complex Tuesday night when Nguyen shot at them at least once with a handgun and fled on a motorcycle.
No injuries were reported.
Vargason said initial reports showed Chapman and the bondsman were armed only with paintball guns.
Police said Chapman apprehended Nguyen early Wednesday. He was due in court Wednesday afternoon.
Chapman is best known for the TV reality series "Dog the Bounty Hunter" on the A&E network.
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