"We converged on the flophouse at 1 a.m.,” Dog exclusively told RadarOnline.com of the recent hunt. “I said, ‘Remember guys this is tweak time.’”
When he approached the home where Jungers was holed up, Dog made a scary discovery.
“We realized there were armed guys on the roof and behind me,” he recalled. “I pointed the taser at the main guy, who had pulled a gun, and said, ‘Drop it motherf****r! You got three seconds!”
“His guns didn’t stop us,” said Dog, explaining, “He was intimidated when we kept our cool. They were so high they realized it would be best if they started cooperating.”
But when Dog and his team grabbed Jungers inside, she was screaming that she didn’t want to go — not that it mattered.
“We put her in the car and went to take off, but these punks gave chase!” revealed Dog.
“We pulled over alongside two Las Vegas cops at a DUI stop,” he continued. “I told them I had a hot one in the car and one coming in smoking. They pulled them all over — and took one guy in.”
“The cops ran Jamie’s ID and asked if she was on drugs,” added the bounty hunter. “She said yes. We searched her purse, it was full of needles and narcotics.”
As Radar reported, America’s top fugitive hunter was tasked with tracking down Jungers after she skipped bail in Kansas.
When he located her, Jungers was disheveled, dazed and in a drug stupor.
“She was 88 pounds when we got her and the handcuffs wouldn’t even go on her wrists because they were so skinny. She was going to die in the next few weeks,” Dog revealed in a previous interview with Radar.
“These guys were holding her in a house where she was giving sexual favors for drugs,” he said, noting Jungers was using speed and heroin.
Jungers, 35, has faced multiple problems with the law since splitting with Woods in 2009, including charges of defrauding her own father and a 13-day stay in jail in 2016 after she was arrested for missing three court appearances.
The troubled beauty admitted she became a pill and alcohol addict after her affair with Woods ended.
She is currently being held on charges of drug possession and being a fugitive from the law.
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