Duane Chapman, better known as TV's Dog the Bounty Hunter, is undergoing tests in a Colorado hospital to determine whether he had a heart attack. A representative said Chapman "is resting comfortably," US Weekly reports. Chapman, 66, was taken to a hospital Saturday after he felt chest pain while at home, per TMZ. The tests will determine whether he'll undergo surgery.
Chapman's wife of 13 years, Beth, died of throat cancer in June. He's said he won't remarry, per People. "I'm getting better," Chapman said last week. "I depended on her for so much." Last month, items belonging to his wife were stolen from his Colorado store. A spokesperson said in a statement at the time: "To whoever did this, you better watch out. Dog is coming for you." (Read more Dog the Bounty Hunter stories.)