Man Shot, Killed By Bail Bond Agents

Man Shot, Killed By Bail Bond Agents

There are 32 comments on the KCPQ story from May 22, 2008, titled Man Shot, Killed By Bail Bond Agents. In it, KCPQ reports that:

Police in Lakewood say a man was shot and killed as four bail bond agents tried to apprehend him on some outstanding warrants.. Lt.

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Marcus

Tacoma, WA

#1 May 24, 2008
Absolutely Rediculous, Somthing sounds very fishy about the whole story.
anomynus in tacoma

Lakewood, WA

#2 May 26, 2008
i think bounty hunters now a days are screwed. they think they can do whatever they want. they use more force than necessary. they are worse than cops.they go inside peoples homes ( peoples parents homes ) and go through all the house and drawers and steal whatever they please. i know this by experience. bounty hunters for liberty bail bonds came to my families house and stloe all kinds of jewelery and money, and put guns in the faces of elderly people and even a 2 year old boy. now thats ridiculouse,, NOT necessary. i hope those guys rot in prison for all the screwed up crap they do to people and for that poor 34 year old man they killed.

Since: Sep 07

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#3 May 26, 2008
anomynus in tacoma wrote:
i think bounty hunters now a days are screwed. they think they can do whatever they want. they use more force than necessary. they are worse than cops.they go inside peoples homes ( peoples parents homes ) and go through all the house and drawers and steal whatever they please. i know this by experience. bounty hunters for liberty bail bonds came to my families house and stloe all kinds of jewelery and money, and put guns in the faces of elderly people and even a 2 year old boy. now thats ridiculouse,, NOT necessary. i hope those guys rot in prison for all the screwed up crap they do to people and for that poor 34 year old man they killed.
Now you know how people feel when a home invasion takes place. Why were the bounty hunters at your place, in the first place? I love bounty hunters.
toncat

New York, NY

#4 Jun 4, 2008
what is a bounty hunter? first of all a bounty hunter is something that is made up, and most of them are felony convicted i wonder who had a gun lic# and cops are not bounty hunters in New York the word bounty hunter means,,, who ever wants a couple of dollars and who have muscle can be a bounty hunter for the whimpy bonds agent who is usually white and the defendant is black... get rid of biunty hunters make those white boyz run around town collecting there own WASTE
Interested

Sumner, WA

#5 Jun 4, 2008
Its amazing how ignorant people are when it comes to bail. "Dog" and "Bounty Girls" are just what they appear, TV shows with scripts and planned out scenes.

Actual recovery agents in Washington go through extensive training both regulatory and in house. Most have strong relationships with the courts and police departments (the good ones) There are no legal bounty hunters with criminal convictions and many recovery agents are retired police or military with additional training. A large amount of the better recovery agents end up working for local police departments like Seattle, Tacoma, P.C., K.C. and others. You would be suprised how many current and decorated police officers started with bail recovery.

Before people start wimping about the use of force applied in this situation, maybe they should educate themself on the industry and what it is really like. Not what they see on TV and movies.

Is also obvious that the negative comments are likely previous bail clients or ones with bad dealings with police. Had to add my opinion

Since: Sep 07

Location hidden

#6 Jun 5, 2008
Interested wrote:
Its amazing how ignorant people are when it comes to bail. "Dog" and "Bounty Girls" are just what they appear, TV shows with scripts and planned out scenes.
Actual recovery agents in Washington go through extensive training both regulatory and in house. Most have strong relationships with the courts and police departments (the good ones) There are no legal bounty hunters with criminal convictions and many recovery agents are retired police or military with additional training. A large amount of the better recovery agents end up working for local police departments like Seattle, Tacoma, P.C., K.C. and others. You would be suprised how many current and decorated police officers started with bail recovery.
Before people start wimping about the use of force applied in this situation, maybe they should educate themself on the industry and what it is really like. Not what they see on TV and movies.
Is also obvious that the negative comments are likely previous bail clients or ones with bad dealings with police. Had to add my opinion
The naivety of people amaze me too. Dog is a total fake. Real bounty hunters will kick your door in, guns drawn...I like real bounty hunters. They make me feel safer than the police ever will.
idiot

Raymore, MO

#7 Jul 16, 2008
anomynus in tacoma wrote:
i think bounty hunters now a days are screwed. they think they can do whatever they want. they use more force than necessary. they are worse than cops.they go inside peoples homes ( peoples parents homes ) and go through all the house and drawers and steal whatever they please. i know this by experience. bounty hunters for liberty bail bonds came to my families house and stloe all kinds of jewelery and money, and put guns in the faces of elderly people and even a 2 year old boy. now thats ridiculouse,, NOT necessary. i hope those guys rot in prison for all the screwed up crap they do to people and for that poor 34 year old man they killed.
You're an idiot becuase if what you say happened actually happened it's becuase you hade convicts in your house and that's probably who stole the money and jewelry you dumbass.
Tacoma SEAN

Tacoma, WA

#8 Jul 20, 2008
anomynus in tacoma wrote:
i think bounty hunters now a days are screwed. they think they can do whatever they want. they use more force than necessary. they are worse than cops.they go inside peoples homes ( peoples parents homes ) and go through all the house and drawers and steal whatever they please. i know this by experience. bounty hunters for liberty bail bonds came to my families house and stloe all kinds of jewelery and money, and put guns in the faces of elderly people and even a 2 year old boy. now thats ridiculouse,, NOT necessary. i hope those guys rot in prison for all the screwed up crap they do to people and for that poor 34 year old man they killed.
KEEP YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND; YOU MUST SLEEP WELL AT NIGHT KNOWING THE ONLY BAD PEOPLE IN YOUR WORLD ARE THE POLICE AND BAIL AGENTS. IF THE P.O.S. HADN'T DONE THE FOLLOWING..........THERE WOULD BE NO ARTICLE TO COMMENT ON.
1) CREATED A VICTIM THROUGH A VIOLATION OF LAW.
2) APPEARED IN COURT AS PROMISED.
3) CHOSE TO HONOR THE BOND HE SIGNED HIS NAME TO. YOU KNOW, RAISE YOUR FAMILY, DON'T BREAK THE LAW, DON'T USE DRUGS, DON'T STEAL, DON'T LIE, BE THERE FOR YOUR KIDS ETC. WHY IS STAYING OUT OF JAIL WHILE SITTING BACK COLLECTING WELFARE SUCH A HARD THING FOR YOU PEOPLE TO DO? YOU MAY WANT TO PASS THOSE TIPS ALONG TO YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS. AND ONE LAST THING, THE MONEY-JEWELS THAT WERE TAKEN FROM YOUR HOUSE.........IT’S REFERRED TO AS "RECOVERED STOLEN PROPERTY!" HOPEFULLY IT WENT BACK TO THE PEOPLE IT WAS STOLEN FROM AND NOT TOWARD THE BOND COLLATERAL. DON'T CREATE VICTIMS AND YOU'LL NOT NEED WORRY ABOUT THOSE WHO PROTECT YOU. AND JUST INCASE YOUR INTERESTED,“ANOMYNUS” IS ACTUALLY ANONYMOUS,“STLOE” IS ACTUALLY STOLE,“RIDICULOUSE” IS ACTUALLY RIDICULOUS, AND “JEWELERY” IS ACTUALLY JEWELRY.
Seller of a jeep

Houston, TX

#9 Aug 21, 2008
I will tell you a bit about LIBERTY BAIL BONDS...I sold a jeep to what turned out to be someone who skipped on their bail(how was i to know) and this person NEVER changed the title over. Someone saw her driving it(informant) and told liberty the plate #. They then traced it back to me at my MOTHERS house, went there SCARED her to death. Not only wanting MY address but also wanted a description of me. I did nothing wrong...Im not on bail. After reading how they killed this guy in cold blooded murder. She was petrified and im pissed
smile today

Spanaway, WA

#10 Sep 4, 2008
I know one things for sure, I'm 72 years old and those hero bountyhunters ran into my home 4 in
the morning broke my door and all. They were looking for some young fellow and not me! Those men should be arrested.
dama

Dallas, TX

#11 Oct 20, 2008
that stright wacked out yo thats not right i do my time yo i dont want to be kiled
unknown

Bainbridge Island, WA

#12 Oct 20, 2008
dama, your stupid.
unknown

Bainbridge Island, WA

#13 Oct 20, 2008
or at least illiterate. oh, you're from texas. that explain's it.
spenny

United States

#14 May 8, 2009
Interested wrote:
Its amazing how ignorant people are when it comes to bail. "Dog" and "Bounty Girls" are just what they appear, TV shows with scripts and planned out scenes.
Actual recovery agents in Washington go through extensive training both regulatory and in house. Most have strong relationships with the courts and police departments (the good ones) There are no legal bounty hunters with criminal convictions and many recovery agents are retired police or military with additional training. A large amount of the better recovery agents end up working for local police departments like Seattle, Tacoma, P.C., K.C. and others. You would be suprised how many current and decorated police officers started with bail recovery.
Before people start wimping about the use of force applied in this situation, maybe they should educate themself on the industry and what it is really like. Not what they see on TV and movies.
Is also obvious that the negative comments are likely previous bail clients or ones with bad dealings with police. Had to add my opinion
iagree totally with u.
spenny

United States

#15 May 8, 2009
i agree totally with u. and who ever said ab recovery agents came in and took stuff from them well they should have paid and they wouldnt have had to worry ab it.
damn bounty hunters

Santa Cruz, CA

#16 Nov 23, 2009
if im ever in the situation to get hunted by bounty hunters I'll lay a little trap for them with a nice explosive or full auto fire
Bridgett

Farmington, MI

#17 Dec 11, 2009
toncat wrote:
what is a bounty hunter? first of all a bounty hunter is something that is made up, and most of them are felony convicted i wonder who had a gun lic# and cops are not bounty hunters in New York the word bounty hunter means,,, who ever wants a couple of dollars and who have muscle can be a bounty hunter for the whimpy bonds agent who is usually white and the defendant is black... get rid of biunty hunters make those white boyz run around town collecting there own WASTE
First of all your like of knowledge is evident. I am a small, white female bail agent/ owner and I do my own pick ups. You are correct when you say that a lot of the bouty hunters are felons, example Dog. Please do not stereotype bail agents. The problem is that you only hear about the bad and not the good. Television plays a big part in the problems with bounty hunters. PLease get your facts straight before you run your mouth about somehting you know nothing about.
TiTi

Seymour, TN

#18 Mar 10, 2010
Bounty Hunters have a tuff job they have too be forceful w/ these guys they are after or them (the hunters ) can get hurt... Go hunters
PointBlank

United States

#19 Mar 10, 2010
The law is the law like it or not. Bounty Hunter is a term used a long time ago. We are Fugitive Recovery Agents, or Bail Bond Agents. In the state of Ohio we are officers of the court. My co-works have worked as detectives for police departments, police officers, and many were, and are members of the military as reserves like myself. No one under any circumstance with a felony is permitted to work as an agent. Remember Dog has been doing this for a long time. The rules and requirements have changed many time over since, and most AKA Bounty Hunters have been grandfathered in.

Under today's requirements he would never be able to work as a Fugitive Recovery Agent.
Maurice Clemmons

Springfield, MA

#20 May 15, 2010
if bonds man is trying to shoot you take his gun and shoot him/her n make sure you aim for his/her head...

They are pieces of shit who think they are cops.

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