Arlicia Robinson, a former NYPD sergeant who was jailed for being a heroin drug mule for the group during 6ix9ine’s Nine Trey Gangsters Bloods stint, had her day in court on Thursday January 13. The ex-NYPD sergeant has reportedly dodged prison sentence despite the charges.
According to the NYDailyNews, the outcome of her day in court greatly favored her. Judge Alvin Hellerstein of the Manhattan Federal Court sentenced the 41-year-old mother of three to four years of supervised release on probation. Robinson reportedly addressed the court virtually.
I know now and I always will that what I did was wrong. I take full responsibility for my poor decision making and behavior. I was not thinking clearly and was not thinking straight.
Robinson was alleged to be the girlfriend of two Nine Trey members at various times. Kristian Cruz, a five-star general, and Aaron “Bat” Young, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for his role in the gang. Robinson also watched a rival drug dealer shoot Young before to her arrest in 2018, an act she would later lie about to a grand jury.
Tekashi 6ix9ine’s cooperation with law enforcement and acknowledgment of his and their crimes resulted in the collapse of the gang and subsequent multi-year prison sentences. 6ix9ine was also sentenced to two years in prison, but because to the COVID-19 outbreak, he was given a reprieve and was permitted to serve the final four months of his sentence at home.
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