Badger Lass Prefers Unusual Paths in Life


September 18, 2021

Jasmyn with her bounty hunter instructor Scott Bernstein

by Jeff Olsen

Jasmyn Rud might one day jump out of a helicopter hovering above elephant grass or collar somebody who's jumped bail and is on the wanted list.

At 19, she's closer to becoming a bounty hunter than a factory worker or a crossing guard at an intersection.

Ms. Rud stands out.

For starters, she has two nose rings, and a preference for tattoos.

"She's a people person, a social butterfly, always trying new things, and has worked two and sometimes three jobs over the past year and a half to save up money to go on this trip," said her mother, Cortney.

The trip was to Raleigh, North Ca...

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