‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ helping investigate unsolved Moab double murder

Posted at 12:37 PM, May 11, 2022 and last updated 2:06 PM, May 11, 2022

By Brian Schnee

MOAB, Utah (KSTU) — A double-homicide case out of Grand County has gotten some added publicity over the past few weeks.

Duane Chapman, also known as “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” is in Moab this week gathering tips and clues regarding the unsolved murders of Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner.

 

“Thank you for answering my prayers,” said Sean-Paul Schulte, the father of Kylen Schulte on Tuesday evening. “Thank you, Dog, when you told me six months ago that you would come.”

Chapman said he and his team have visited the camping area where the women were found murdered and have also spoken to a number of possible suspects.

FILE – (L) Crystal Michelle Turner, (R) Kylen Carrol Schulte (Bridget Calvert via KTSU)

“We stay on it till we catch ’em or we get the person,” said Chapman. “I read more of the report and how they were shot three times, three times, three times, and I thought, ‘You punk, wait till I get ahold of you.’”

Chapman plans to be in town for a few days and said he would come back for a second visit if needed.

Meanwhile, the Grand County Sheriff’s Office told KSTU that an update on the investigation is coming later this week.

“You guys give me hope. Thank you,” Schulte said to Chapman and his team. “You guys have helped me already start to heal.”

Anyone with tips for Chapman’s team can call or text 833-TELL-DOG (835-5364).

This story was originally published May 10 by KSTU in Salt Lake City, an E.W. Scripps Company.

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