Dog the Bounty Hunter's daughter, Lyssa Chapman, arrested in Hawaii
(CBS/KGMB) HONOLULU - Lyssa Chapman, daughter of reality star "Dog the Bounty Hunter," aka Duane Chapman, was arrested early Wednesday morning in Hawaii for criminal property damage and harassment.
Chapman, 23, who's featured on her father's reality TV show, was arrested in a residential neighborhood of Honolulu, called Hawaii Kai, at about 3:30 AM, after she allegedly began banging on residents' doors and swearing while intoxicated, according to CBS affiliate KGMB.
Police say Chapman kicked and broke a window, and slapped an officer's cell phone out of his hand while he was using it, according to the station.
Chapman spent hours inside the Honolulu Police Department's main cellblock Wednesday.
A camera crew from the A&E Network, which carries the family's show, was seen waiting for the suspect outside the cellblock. She was bailed out Wednesday afternoon, the station reported.
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