Dog The Bounty Hunter Adds $10,000 To Reward For Brian Laundrie Capture

Duane 'Dog' Chapman et al. posing for a picture

Putting his money where his mouth is.

Dog The Bounty Hunter joining the Brian Laundrie manhunt has added a massive degree of public interest to the heartbreaking Gabby Petito case.

Gabby’s body was found in Grand Teton National Park and now her scumbag fiancé (who was with her in Wyoming) is on the run. His family acts like they want to help, but they don’t, and now a reality TV star, AKA Dog the Bounty Hunter, is on the hunt.

It’s all a bit of a media circus but he appears to at least be making some headway on the case, tracking Brian out to a campground 75 miles north of their North Port, Florida home.

He may or may not have discovered Brian’s former campsite there, as the hunt now shifts towards the Appalachian Trail, however in the meantime, Dog and the Chapman family are throwing in another $10,000 towards the reward money.

Mostly funded by private individuals who want to support the Petito family, the rewards stands right now at a whopping $180,000.

A group of Tennessee bounty hunters have vowed to join Dog on the hunt when he arrives to the Appalachian Trail.

We thought he might be trolling Brian, but as it turns out, he wasn’t behind the hilarious banner in the sky.

New bodycam footage from Gabby and Brian’s run-in with police show more of the conversation than was previously released.

And this time, the footage reveals that Brian did hit Gabby, as witnesses who called the police alleged.

This incident occurred just a few days before Gabby went missing.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock