Former “Predator” host withdraws and solves video problems

Lansing, Michigan (AP) —A former host of the “Catch a Predator” television series after a Michigan judge issued a non-participation arrest warrant in a court hearing to explain why he didn’t give Defense lawyer crouched on Friday for more footage of police sting operations.

Chris Hansen, 61, who checked in to Shiawassee County Prison in Corunna, 65 miles (104.61 kilometers) northwest of Detroit, was released and prosecutor Scott Kellner said he could make a complete video within 14 days. Said. Hansen later posted a photo of the courthouse on Instagram, stating that all issues had been resolved.

“Justice moves forward!” He wrote.

October Sting operation It occurred in nearby Owosso between Shiawassee and the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office. Three men, including a state prison officer, were charged with trying to meet a minor girl for sex. Hansen and the film crew were embedded in the investigators.

According to Hansen’s lawyer Clint Perryman, the bench warrant was revoked by Judge Matthew Stewart.

“He wasn’t meant to be someone who wouldn’t show up or try to circumvent the process. Due to the timing and confusion over the subpoena, he could appear in an unfortunate series of situations. I didn’t. ” Hansen, who hosts YouTube shows and podcasts, has a home in Michigan, but lives primarily in New York, according to Perryman.

Hansen and his team provided an edited video, but he said the defendant wanted all the footage in case there was a disclaimer.


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