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'Dog: The Bounty Hunter' associate sought for jumping bail

UPI News Service, 02/27/2005 

A Honolulu woman who appeared on the HBO television series "Dog: The Bounty Hunter" was being sought Sunday after allegedly jumping bail.

The Honolulu Star-Bulletin said Vaisaili Suka, who was known as "Ili" on the A&E reality program, failed to appear for a Feb. 11 hearing on charges she set fire to a home she was renting.

Suka was featured as an associate of bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman, whose family searches for miscreants who fail to pay the bonds posted for them by Chapman's Da Kine Bail Bonds in Honolulu.

Her checkered past and Samoan ancestry allowed her to flush out fugitives around Oahu so they could be captured by Chapman and his crew.

Suka's $20,000 bond was posted by a rival bondsman, and Chapman told the Star he would have set it higher.

Chapman made his name in 2003 when he tracked Revlon heir and rape suspect Andrew Luster to Mexico.

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