DOG The Bounty Hunter’s son Leland quit the show in 2012.
He is, however, still active on the bounty hunting frontlines.
Leland’s mother is Chapman’s ex-wife La Fonda Sue Honeycutt.
Since leaving the show Leland Chapman operates his own bail bond company, Kama’aina Bail Bonds on the Big Island of Hawaii and runs his father’s business, Da Kine Bail Bonds in Oahu.
Leland moved from Hawaii to Alabama in 2015.
He resides with wife, Jamie P. Chapman whom he married in 2016 and is still working as a bail agent.
He has a daughter, Leiah, and two sons, Cobie Chapman and Dakota Chapman.
Leland was recently hospitalized for an injury sustained as a result of a chase.
Dad-of-three Leland and his hardman father Dog, 67, were chasing a domestic violence suspect in Colorado when a scrap broke out.
Leland tore a ligament in his knee during the incident.
He told ET that the injury left him feeling like he was “walking on sand.”
“Two minutes before we get [to the manhunt location] they say the guy is gonna run, so we pull up on the guy. I get out of the car. I walked right to the side. I see him. He’s running, so I call the runner to try to go catch him, but he slipped and fell,” he explained.
“I was hobbling along and he slammed a gate right in my face,” Leland shared.
“And right at that second, instead of opening the gate, I knew he was still right behind it, so I tried to kick it open. He was a bigger guy, [so I was hoping] the gate would hit him and knock him down so we could get him.
“When I went to kick the gate, it kind of flexed, and then it completely severed off my Achilles tendon. So it broke. Snapped it right in half,” he added.
“When I put my foot down, I kind of felt like it was asleep. I felt like I was walking on sand.”
Leland often appeared with Jamie on the spin-off show, Dog and Beth: On the Hunt.
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