When Dog talks about bounty hunting he always says, if it wasn't hard, it wouldn't be fun, and while this case has the hard part down solid, today's search isn't offering the team a lot of laughs. Their target, Jonah Ramos, is a violent and desperate man. Found guilty of first-degree assault, he violated his parole by refusing to attend anger management classes, and then pulled a no-show on the day of his sentencing. No one has heard from him since. Dog thinks he knows why Ramos took a powder. His new conviction could land him in the slammer for twenty years. This is the kind of offender Dog loves to bring down. After working every number on the Jonah's bail application leaves the team with nothing but disconnected phones and unanswered questions Dog decides to step it up. Armed with address for both the homes and the workplaces of Jonah's two co-signers the team hits the streets looking for leads. This tactic leads only to evasive family members, an angry girlfriend, and frustration for the crew. But Dog knows that showing up at a co-signer's job always provokes a reaction, so that's the next move. It pays off; within 30 minutes Dog's cell phone is ringing with his first solid lead. It turns out that Jonah has a second girlfriend who is pregnant with his fifth child. By the end of the night the boys have a hot address and a solid plan for taking Ramos down which leads to a fast capture.