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A self-proclaimed bounty hunter is apologizing tonight for a hunt gone bad. Dustin Fredrickson is one of five people facing charges of illegally entering a Fargo home while searching for a fugitive, and then giving false information to the police. The group busted into the wrong apartment owned by Rebecca Sundeen. She says she lives alone, and was shaken up over the incident.

The group busted into the wrong apartment owned by Rebecca Sundeen. She says she lives alone, and was shaken up over the incident. Dustin Fredrickson knows he made a mistake entering Rebecca Sundeen's apartment.

Dustin Fredrickson- Bounty Hunter: "No one really did the triple quadruple checks that they should have done." He felt uncomfortable, he told the others not to kick the door down. Fredrickson: "I was just thinking man we are really screwed, this  is bad, here they are all thinking, we got it, and what really happens is, we don't."

He has not spoken with her, but he heard her story on the news. Fredrickson: "She said, nobody apologized, and I'm thinking ya know, I feel bad for what happened that day, I am not the one that kicked in the door, but that does not change anything." But he wants to tell her something. Fredrickson: "I'm sorry for what happened with your door, and for making you feel unsafe in your own home, and I would actually ask her if there is anything I can do to make it up to her." And once it's all said and done. Fredrickson:  "I'm done, I'm not continuing it anymore, and it's not worth it."

Fredrickson also told me he set up his court date with the sheriff's office, and  since he is cooperating with police, he's hoping his original class c felony charge for criminal trespassing will be reduced.

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