Bounty hunting is a rough occupation dominated by men, but there's a lot of money to made in the $2 billion industry.
And where there is a lot of money, there are always exceptions.
Roland Beres recently met two women -- twin sisters -- whose daily agenda includes large sums of money, tazer guns, and always, a good pair of handcuffs.
When someone posts bail, they are supposed to show up in court. When they do not, it can get rough. But you don't have to be a guy to handle it.
Jackie Hamilton and Acacia Fisher are twin sisters who have run a bail bond business in the Treasure Valley for 12 years.