Police: Warrant seeks wife of bounty hunter 'Dog'
MONUMENT, Colo. (AP) -- Police in Colorado say an arrest warrant has been issued for the wife of TV bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman after she was accused of verbally harassing a teenager.
Attorneys for Beth Chapman say she did nothing wrong.
The Colorado Springs Gazette reported Thursday that police in Monument, north of Colorado Springs, couldn't reach Chapman to issue a summons, so they obtained the warrant.
Chapman's Colorado attorney, Gary Lozow, says she will cooperate with police and expects to be exonerated.
Police Lt. Steve Burk says the alleged harassment took place July 10 at a lake. He declined to provide details.
The Chapmans appear on the CMT show "Dog and Beth: On the Hunt." They own a home in Castle Rock.