However, Dog abides by his own rules when it comes to deciding to investigate a case, and this time, he wants to be extra careful.
Dog was on a honeymoon in the area when cops were hunting for Petito's murderer, Brian Laundrie, in Florida. He saw the opportunity to help in the investigation, but when a video of him knocking at Laundrie's sister's door made rounds on social media, he was criticized for meddling in a police investigation.
The bounty hunter's representatives say there are a couple of ways in which he operates.
To start, he doesn't want to get involved in finding a missing person unless he is invited by the law or a family member. He also waits until the individual has been missing for at least 21 days, as three weeks is when cases start going cold.
- Duane 'Dog The Bounty Hunter' Chapman Says He's Received Thousands Of Leads Regarding The Search For Brian Laundrie
- Dog The Bounty Hunter Joins The Ongoing Search For Brian Laundrie As Authorities Continue To Make Their Way Through Swampy Florida Reserve
- Duane 'Dog The Bounty Hunter' Chapman Is Looking Into Hiker's Tip On Brian Laundrie's Possible Whereabouts, Daughter Lyssa Confirms
In Rodni's case, Dog could just be waiting for time to pass or for more sound clues to show up.
The California teen disappeared after attending a party at Tahoe National Park on the morning of August 6. She was last seen while driving a silver 2013 Honda CRV with a California license plate. The car had the sticker of a small ram's head on the back window. She stands at 5'7" and weighs about 118 lbs, has blonde hair, hazel eyes and a tattoo of the number "17" on her ribs.