Beth Chapman may be battling against a horrific cancer diagnosis at the moment, but she is still working hard alongside her husband, Duane "Dog" Chapman, to bring criminals to justice.
On the Friday filming of their WGN America Series, Dog's Most Wanted, the pair were able to negotiate the surrender of a potentially dangerous criminal, who is accused of rape and sexual battery of a minor, according to Fox News 8.
The couple were in Covington, Louisiana, when they apprehended 39-year-old Jinel Sexton. They were able to hand him over to the investigating authorities involved in Sexton's case.
His arrest warrant was issued in September of last year, following his disappearance after taking out a $200,000 bond. This time he has been arrested and is being held at the Covington jail on a no-bond hold as police have clearly wised up to his tricks.
It's the first time the couple have returned to their job since Beth was told that her cancer had returned in December of last year, and clearly the awful diagnosis has not slowed her or her husband down. It also marks the first catch of their new series after they moved on from Dog The Bounty Hunter.
Beth was first diagnosed with cancer late in 2017, and underwent surgery to remove a large tumor in her throat. After the operation and a few rounds of radiation treatment, she was told she had gone into remission. It took just a year for doctors to hand down another cancer diagnosis, this time in stage 4.