REPORT: Chinese man arrested for taking pictures of US Navy base
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A Chinese man who took photos of “defense installations” after trespassing onto U.S. Navy property in Florida was sentenced to 60 days in jail — but he faces the prospect of more time behind bars, federal prosecutors say.
Zhao Qianli, 20, was arrested Sept. 26 and sentenced to two months in jail for trespassing, the Miami Herald reported. The man told authorities he was “lost” and “only a dishwasher from New Jersey.”
The article goes on to state the following:
Prosecutors, in federal charges filed last week, said Zhao is accused “of photographing defense installations and entering military, naval or Coast Guard property.” He faces up to one year in prison if convicted. Zhao is currently in federal custody on a $250,000 bond.
Chinese man arrested for taking pictures of US Navy base in Florida, officials sayhttps://t.co/9VMSyLnUUo
— David Jones (@davidjones720) December 4, 2018
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