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M King aka Hunter
M. King, aka Hunter owns and operates Problem Solvers investigations and protection service. Problem Solvers opened in May of 2002. M. King is a U.S. Military Veteran/Veteran Security Officer and Private Detective. He is also an experienced martial artist and unarmed combat practitioner in 8 different styles and arts. M. King uses his personal and professional life’s experiences to teach ‘Street Smarts’ classes, investigate client cases and protect his clients. During an investigation case, the client asked, “Why does this team demonstrate such persistence in finding the facts or locating the suspect? This team is like a bunch of hunters!” The client was told that indeed the team does enjoy hunting (wildlife) and that hunting alleged suspects is pretty much the same thing. Thus, the origination of the name Hunter. The title has stuck, and is considered a compliment from a satisfied customer. Hunter can be contacted 24 hours-a-day at (316) 263-2239 or by fax (316) 269-3427.
Private Investigation & Security
2003-07-01 10:56:00
Bounty Hunters
ANSWER: Yes, there are bounty hunters and have been for hundreds of years.  By legal definition, a bounty hunter is defined as: any person who tracks down, locates and captures any person or animal for a fee or monetary reward.  For example, any person who traps and captures rabid and stray animals and receives a fee for the capture is, by definition, a bounty hunter.     Bounty hunters are not regulated by anyone.  The term 'bounty hunter' is often misused and confused with 'skip tracers' and/or 'bail bond enforcement agents'.  Both skip tracers and bail bond enforcement agents ARE regulated by various statutes, laws, and ordinances depending on the state and local jurisdictions.   Because the term 'bounty hunter' is so misused, people get confused as to what IS and what IS NOT a bounty hunter.  One key element that separates the two is the word capture.  A person who locates missing persons but does not capture them is NOT a bounty hunter.  Likewise, someone who locates people to serve process or enforce bail bonds is not a bounty hunter.  More than likely, they are a private investigator, an officer of the courts or duly licensed.   The history of the bounty hunter goes back far before the laws of modern or written day.  A federal law of the 1800's gave the bounty hunter authority to track down, capture and bring in outlaws; and thus began the mystery, ruthlessness, danger and relentless reputation that surrounds the profession of bounty hunting even today.   So yes, bounty hunters still exist, still hunt outlaws and animals and are still surrounded by mystery and myth.  However, the importance we now place on an individual's civil rights and liberties as well as current legal regulations have changed the profession and changed 'bounty hunters' into what we have today. 
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