Dog the Bounty Hunter's daughter, Lyssa Chapman, arrested in Hawaii

Lyssa Chapman KGMB

Lyssa Chapman

(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.

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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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