Brooklyn Pirate Arrested

Brooklyn Pirate Arrested
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Brooklyn Pirate Arrested

The FCC's Enforcement Bureau has shut down more than 20 pirate stations this year.
Last week, an FCC investigation led to the arrest of Paul Dorleans for operating an unlicensed FM station on 87.9 MHz in Brooklyn, N.Y. The FCC and the U.S. Marshal's Service seized his equipment. The commission said it issued more than one notice to Dorleans directing him to stop operations before the arrest.
If convicted, Dorleans could be fined up to $100,000 and spend up to one year in prison.