12 arrested in selling fake Justin Bieber, Luke Bryan merchandise

Orlando police expose traveling 'bootlegger' groups outside of Amway Center

Published On: Jan 28 2013 04:57:27 PM EST   Updated On: Jan 28 2013 04:58:58 PM EST

Members of the Orlando Police Department arrested at least a dozen accused of selling "bootleg" Justin Bieber and Luke Bryan, outside of the Amway Center and Citrus Bowl over the weekend.

Approximately 250 T-shirts were seized with a retail value of approximately $5,000, according to police. Police said 12 were charged with offering counterfeit goods for sale.

The following suspects were arrested:

An additional subject not listed was not booked into jail and charges will be forwarded to the state attorney's office at a later date.

Police encourage citizens not purchase items from a non licensed vendor.

There is no additional information or updates.