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Troubled media personality makes public return

Posted by: Neal Justin under Behind the scenes, Local TV and radio Updated: July 11, 2012 - 11:03 AM

 

 

Jeff Dubay/courtesy of Ramsey County

A former high-profile radio personality will make his return to the airwaves Wednesday -- if only for one afternoon. Jeff Dubay, who was fired from KFAN after being charged with fifth-degree drug possession, will appear on WCCO-AM's "The Chad Hartman Show" starting at 2:10 p.m. Since being arrested in fall 2008, Dubay ran afoul of the law four times and made two probation violations

According to Hartman's producer, Brendan Kearin, the host ran into Dubay at an event honoring the late Dark Star. Hartman said Dubay responded positively to an invitation to be on his show.

Dubay co-hosted the mid-morning show on KFAN with Paul Allen for 10 years before his legal troubles.

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