By Beth Hillyer
(KHNL) - The drama unfolded early Thursday morning at "Dog's" home with A&E crews filming some of the events.
Family members drove off to attend the Chapman's court appearance.
Beth Chapman says she trusts the system.
"We believe in the justice system and we protect this island and we'd never do anything to hurt it," said Beth Chapman.
Throughout the day fans stopped by Da Kine bail bonds to catch a glimpse of the "Dog".
"Being here in Honolulu on our honeymoon this had to be a stop on the trip," said Nick Thomas, who's here on Oahu for his honeymoon.
He's taking some Bounty Hunter t-shirts home to friends.
Other fans were disappointed to hear about the "Dog's" arrest.
Andrew Hinkle of Portland, Oregon, was shocked by "Dog's" arrest.
"We are just here to check it out because we are fans, we are fans of his and the show," said Hinkle. "We love the show for the entertainment value. He has a good story of where he's come from what's he's done."
Family and fans are keeping the faith.