Duane “Dog” Chapman Buys $26,000 Worth of Toys

BOND Home for Boys and Jim Gilliam Youth Center Beneficiaries

Continuing a Long Journey Back 
A lot of under-privileged kids in Los Angeles found out what Dog the Bounty Hunter fans knew all along: the Dog has a big heart.

Duane “Dog” Chapman is no longer in the doghouse–at least in the minds of the children who benefited from the TV show’s star’s $26,000 for charity.

Pulling up to the Toy ‘R Us store in LA in a stretch limo, the Bounty Hunter and his wife, Beth, bought 26,000 worth of Christmas presents for the Brotherhood of a New Destiny (BOND) Home for Boys and the Jim Gilian Youth Center.

Fans who were used to seeing the Bounty Hunter surrounded by his fugitive-hunting crew saw a different crew today: under-privileged children accompanied the Dog on his toy-buying spree.

Earlier, Chapman handed out toys to dozens of children and signed copies of his book “You Can Run But You Can’t Hide” at the LA headquarters of BOND.

BOND founder Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson said he doesn’t think Chapman is a racist and “deserves a second chance.”

The scene inside Toys R Us.

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Dog the Bounty Hunter: Under-Privileged Kids Get $26,000 Worth of Toys


Dog the Bounty Hunter: Under-Privileged Kids Get $26,000 Worth of Toys

Mondoreb blogs at Death By 1000 Papercuts. Interested readers can e-mail him at

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