Swamp People is an American reality series that was first broadcast on History on August 22, 2010. The show follows the day-to-day activities for several Cajuns living in the Atchafalaya River Basin in Louisiana. Read More...
● Liz Choate - Jan 21
● Glenn Guist - February 08
● Chase Landry - April 25
● Mitchell Guist - May 18
● Bruce Mitchell - July 13
● Randy Edwards - August 21
● Jay Paul Molinere - August 20
● Tommy Chauvin - September 4
● T-Mike Kliebert - September 14
● RJ Molinere - September 21
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Deep in the heart of Louisiana lies America's largest swamp--a million miles of inhospitable bayous, marshes and wetlands where nature rules and humans struggle to tame it.
The hidden world of the Atchafalaya Swamp is their Eden. It's a terrain where nature rules - and history lives. Master gator hunters Troy Landry and Junior Edwards return for a second season of survival Cajun-style deep in the bayous of the Louisiana wilderness. Danger and excitement abound, along with a rich tradition of language, food, music and generations of shared family experience. A colorful cast of characters use techniques dating back to frontier days to live off the land, catching everything from frogs to squirrels and raccoons. Men who make gumbo and snag gators with their bare hands make HISTORY every day on SWAMP PEOPLE.
Trapper Joe Lafont and Trigger Tommy Chauvin traveled from the deep swamps in Louisiana to Benton on Saturday for the 34th annual Boys & Girls Club of Saline County, Arkansas fundraiser.
The stars of the popular History Channel television reality show “Swamp People” were the honored guests of the “Get Swamped”-themed party.
Lafont and Chauvin were interviewed by Steve “Wildman” Wilson, public affairs coordinator for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and host of the Talkin’ Outdoors television show. Guests then asked numerous questions — from “How many alligators have you killed?” to a little boy asking if he could go gator hunting with the two.
The Louisiana natives were greeted with an Arkansas Razorback “hog call” from the audience.
LaFont was picked up by police shortly after the drunken disturbance outside the Buena Vista Hotel & Spa in Florida after a witness claimed he struck Trene Marie Planche.
Joe denies that the incident happened and Trene refused medical attention and would not press charges.
Deputies with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office saw him shaking and punching his live-in girlfriend in the chest at the hotel, according to the arrest affidavit.
Trene Marie Planche told deputies LaFont attempted to burn her with a cigarette as she tried to reach for a cell phone that he had on his hip. “Swamp People” is the popular History Channel TV series that chronicles the lives of alligator hunters in Louisiana.
Nevertheless, Joe was charged with battery domestic violence and assault domestic violence.
He was released on $1,500 bail and has a hearing set for July 19.
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