ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Ever wonder what really happens when Dog the Bounty Hunter is on the hunt?
An Albuquerque bail bondsman, and one of the victims of Sunday's church stabbing in the northwest, got an inside look after he teamed up with Dog on two take downs in Albuquerque.
"We got both of them and it wasn't staged , it wasn't set up, it was actual jail jumpers out on bond that we had to go get," Madrid said.
Gerald Madrid, with Madrid Bail Bonds in Albuquerque will soon be on national TV. He is set to appear on a new CMT TV series featuring Dog the Bounty Hunter.
Madrid says when they filmed the episode in Albuquerque it was just like you see on TV.
From the black SUVs, the paint ball guns and the big crowds that follow their every move.
One thing he learned is that Beth, Dog's wife, insists on being the driver.
So Madrid was forced to take a passenger seat in his own take downs that he says were very different from his usual quiet low-key take downs.
"[We] wiped into the Circle-K and jumped out and thought our man was there and he wasn't…jumped back in and jumped a curb and took off it was just crazy, nothing that I would ever think about doing my style is so different, my style is so laid back and quiet," Madrid said.
The episode is scheduled to air Sunday on CMT 8/7 central.
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