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Dog the Bounty Hunter caught War Machine’s snakes

Dog the Bounty HunterWar Machine was caught by US Marshals and local police in Simi Valley, Calif., on Friday, and the surprise was that Dog the Bounty Hunter was not on the scene (that we know of).

Dog the Bounty Hunter is a famous bounty hunter whose pursuits of criminals were chronicled on the A&E show “Dog the Bounty Hunter” and more recently, “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt.”

Dog promised this week that he would be pursuing War Machine, who was on the run after an alleged assault on Christy Mack last Friday.

Dog kept saying on Twitter that he was getting close to War Machine, though it does not appear that he was there when the former UFC fighter was captured. However, it looks like Dog did make it to War Machine’s (aka Jon Koppenhaver) apartment in downtown San Diego, where he found a few snakes that needed care.

Here are the tweets Dog sent on Friday, several hours before War Machine’s capture:

Countynewscenter.com in San Diego produced this video which indicates Dog reached the apartment and found the snakes:

Downtown San Diego is about three hours south of Simi Valley, where Koppenhaver was found.

War Machine once said he would kick Dog the Bounty Hunter’s ass

Dog-the-Bounty-HunterWar Machine is still on the run from police after he allegedly beat his girlfriend Christy Mack. There is a $10,000 reward being offered for his capture, but anyone who tracks War Machine down will have to get to him before Dog the Bounty Hunter does.

After Mack released a series of gruesome photos of the alleged injuries War Machine inflicted on her, TV star Dog the Bounty Hunter announced he is pursuing the former Bellator MMA fighter. And then a Bloody Elbow reader remembered this tweet from more than four years ago.

We’ll just have to see about that. Dog has already gathered some information on War Machine and said Tuesday that he believes he is on drugs. Imagine if Dog actually caught War Machine?

Dog the Bounty Hunter going after War Machine for Christy Mack

Dog-the-Bounty-HunterWar Machine, aka Jon Koppenhaver, is currently wanted by police in the wake of his alleged beating of Christy Mack on Friday. Mack released a series of gruesome photos on Monday that show the injuries she claims the former Bellator MMA fighter inflicted on her, and police have reportedly issued seven arrest warrants for War Machine.

Police are looking for War Machine, and so is Duane “Dog” Chapman. As many of you know, Chapman is the star of the reality TV series’ “Dog the Bounty Hunter” and “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt.” He tweeted early Tuesday morning that he is going after War Machine.

Chapman has already been tweeting at various people to try to get some information on War Machine’s whereabouts. While Chapman has been spoofed on shows like “Southpark,” he has actually captured a few fugitives, including serial rapist Andrew Luster in 2003.

Previously: Christy Mack releases horrific War Machine beating photos
Previously: War Machine fired by Bellator for alleged domestic violence
Previously: Christy Mack afraid for her life after alleged beating

H/T LBS reader Rory C.