A former NYC cop busted for transporting heroin in Brooklyn with the Tekashi69 and the infamous Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods was granted probation on Thursday by a Manhattan Judge who claimed the disgraced former sergeant had turned her life around.
Manhattan Federal Court Judge Alvin Hellerstein granted 41-year-old Arlicia Robinson, a single mom of three, a lenient sentence of four years supervised release.
Robinson was busted during an investigation in rapper Tekashi69. Investigators claim she served double duty as a police sergeant and as the girlfriend of Nine Try member Aaron “Bat” Young.
Robinson reportedly transported for Young because she would draw less attention.
A “five-star general” in the Nine Trey organization, Kristian Cruz, testified that he sold $2 -3 million in heroin and fentanyl for the gang. He also told the court that he met Robinson through Young and confirmed that she was a courier.
Robinson was arrested on July 25, 2018, in a “reverse sting,” she was caught transporting a package of what she believed to be 100 grams of smack from the Bronx to Manhattan.