Dog the Bounty Hunter Is Hanging With ‘Some of the Best’ in New Pic

by Amy Myers
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Following his search for Brian Laundrie, Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman has decided to take it easy and spend some time with a few friends from Norvinlights Executive Protection Agency (NEPA). The famed fugitive hunter headed down to Atlanta to see “Some of the best” in the city. Like Chapman, the men from NEPA were in the security industry. However, instead of chasing people down, these professionals kept their clients safe from any threats.

As was clear from the photo on Instagram, Dog the Bounty Hunter had tons of respect for the company and its employees. Along with the shot, Chapman also shared the company’s name and slogan, “We’ll always have your 6” on the post. As always, the bounty hunter wore his dark shades even as night fell behind the group of friends.

Some fans of Dog the Bounty Hunter were happy to see the star out and among friendly faces.

“I’m so happy you’re still on the hunt, doing what you do best, ignore the haters they are pitiful,” one user wrote. “Love and hugs from north Alabama!!!”

Others, however, weren’t quite so supportive. Instead, they questioned how Chapman never managed to find Brian Laundrie, fugitive and person of interest in the case of Gabby Petito’s murder.

“Brian laundry [sic] ??? What happen thought u was close on him,” the displeased follower wrote. “I had faith in you but it seems like u gave up.”

Dog the Bounty Hunter last gave fans an update on his search efforts on Instagram on October 3. At that point, he was still searching the islands off the west coast of Florida. FBI officials found Laundrie’s remains in the Carlton Reserve in Venice, Florida.

During Dog the Bounty Hunter’s search for Laundrie, his daughter, Lyssa, served as his media coordinator, giving fans frequent updates on his developments via Twitter. At the same time, Chapman would also entertain interviews from various news sources, repeatedly claiming to be closing in on Laundrie’s location.

Lyssa was quite vocal throughout the investigation and often sang his praises to fans. At one point, after police found Laundrie’s remains, she shared that she was “so proud of my dad for helping.”

“I’m sure if Gabby’s Dad asked anyone of you for help you would have done the same thing my dad did,” Chapman’s daughter continued. “He used his skills, contacts, money and time to help and I appreciate all of the kind messages of support. On to the next case…”

Despite her pride in her father’s work, Lyssa deleted her Twitter account shortly after – and with it, all of her messages of support.

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