Jacob Harris of ‘Deadliest Catch’ has been taken into custody for alleged car theft and drug possession, claims a shocking new report. Find out all of the details about this arrest.
After Jake Harris suffered a cracked skull during a savage robbery, police have arrested the alleged attackers of the ‘Deadliest Catch’ star. Officials tell HollywoodLife.com that they have two suspects in custody, claiming they befriended Jake before allegedly throwing him out of a moving car!
Fans of the reality TV show ‘Deadliest Catch’ are coming to Jake Harris’ aid by leaving tips with the police after he suffered a brutal attack. HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE details right here!
Jake Harris is recovering in the hospital from a severe beating and robbery, and a Nov. 13 Facebook video made by his brother Josh reveals that the ‘Deadliest Catch’ star knows who did this to him. Check it out right here!
Sheesh! Sig Hansen is one tough cookie. The fisherman survived a heart attack and is doing much better now. Keep reading for a health update on America’s favorite captain!
Sig Hansen, 49, can survive the impossible. While at the helm of his commercial fishing boat Northwestern, Sig suffered from chest pains and was rushed to a hospital after collapsing at sea in Alaska. And now, we have an update on the heroic captain’s condition.
Joe McMahon, a former ‘Deadliest Catch’ producer was shot and killed outside his Los Angeles-area residence on July 24. He was just 25 years old.
So sad. Joe McMahon, who used to produce the hit Discovery Channel reality series Deadliest Catch was killed in a fatal shooting outside his Pasadena, CA home. According to IMDb, he served as an associate producer on the show for nine episodes in 2013. Read on for all the details on this shocking loss.
A crewman we’ll all see for the first time in April when he makes his debut on the rough-and-tumble series was discovered inside an Alaska motel room strewn with booze and drugs.
“Tough as a bull” Justin Tennison, 33, who will make his first appearance on the hit Discovery Channel reality series Deadliest Catch in April, was found dead after a noisy night in a Homer, Alaska, motel. Police say they found beer, liquor and some marijuana in the room, one of two he had registered under his name.