Beth Chapman, wife of Dog The Bounty Hunter, has been issued an arrest warrant, but the outspoken television personality is slamming police who she says have wasted their resources in seeking her out.
"It's outrageous that police resources would be wasted on such a ridiculous incident," Beth said before detailing the happenings of the incident in question. According to the bounty hunter, she was almost run over during an altercation in a Colorado park on July 10 the prompted police to warrant her arrest for speaking rudely to a teenage girl. The Bounty Hunter's wife, however, argued that one "person involved had a gun that was plainly visible."
"This guy came over to me while I was out of my car and started saying, 'We're big fans and we want autographs and photos,'" Beth explained. "I wanted him to get away because as he was talking to me he had one hand on his firearm. I called Duane because the guy had a gun," Beth said, referring to her husband whose real name is Duane Chapman. The reality television star and Dog were joined by their children Gary, 12, Bonnie, 14 and their daughter Cecily, 20.
"Duane was down at the lake fishing. He came up and told them to get out of here. We then called the cops on the guy with the gun, gathered our stuff and split," Beth lamented. "We aren't going to have our kids someplace where there are firearms," she explained. According to Beth's story about the incident that prompted her arrest warrant, that is when things took a turn for the worse, with the Bounty Hunter's wife nearly getting run over, along with the small children she was with.
"My husband and I were there with our family, including very young children, when a young woman in a car with a male driver came speeding dangerously close to where I was walking my dog and to where my children were standing," Beth said, adding that the individuals in question began taunting her with remarks that police wouldn't respond to her complaints. "She began to laugh and smirk and told me, 'These cops won't do anything!'" Beth said. "I told her if they didn't slow down, I'd call anyway."
Beth said the dangerous situation was made worse by the fact that the bitter fans involved the children, who were merely innocent bystanders. "I didn't like the way they recklessly drove their automobile with young children nearby who could have been seriously injured. I didn't like the way she was scantily dressed flaunting her almost naked appearance in the presence of my kids," the Bounty Hunter's wife continued.
Beth, Dog and the brood of children subsequently left the scene during the chaotic situation, but when cops responded they issued a warrant when the aforementioned woman complained of Beth's foul reaction. Beth won't likely need to issue a bounty anytime soon, however, as sources say the complaint is the equivalent of a parking ticket.