ROBERTSDALE, Alabama -
Christian Gully was on the run for two years, accused of jumping bail on drug distribution charges in Baldwin County.
But after a three-month manhunt, Gully was captured in California this week by Dog the Bounty Hunter and his crew and brought back to Alabama to face a judge and the bail bondsman Gully skipped town on.
The capture was important for Fast Feet Bail Bonds and owner Gage Huffstutler, who had her license temporarily suspended when Gully jumped bail.
Gully is thankful his life on the run is over and says he wants to start a new life, go to rehab and focus on his children.
Fast Feet Bail Bonds is back in business now that Gully is in custody.
The capture of Christian Gully and the fugitive's return to Baldwin County will air on CMT's Dog and Beth on the Hunt sometime in July.