NYPD cop Sergeant Alicia Robinson helped Tekashi 6ix9ine with drug deals of the gang ‘Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.’
Sergeant Arlicua Robinson of the New York Police Department is charged with accusations of drug smuggling and having links with the ‘Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods’ gang and rapper ‘Tekashi 6ix9ine’. Sergeant Robinson and Tekashi 6ix9ine were caught red handed by the federal officers on the same day.
Sergeant Robinson was caught helping the ‘Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods’ smuggle their heroine into New York City. A witness of the Nine Trey gangsta bloods gave named ‘Kristian Cruz,’ who was a 5-star general, gave testimony against Robinson. Who he claimed to be the girlfriend of one of his closest associates of the gang.
The police failed to publicize the details of the operation, but Kristen Cruz revealed the details during the trials of ‘Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack and Anthony Harv Ellison’s members of the gang. Cruz confirmed the details of the arrest made on Robinson and Tekashi and who is charged with helping the group distribute the drug on three different occasions in the summer of the last year 2018.
Sergeant Robinson has been called upon by the court for a hearing and to give her a chance to justify her actions. She has to be present in the court with all her atttorneyties at 11:30 before United States District Judge Alvin K Hellerstein in Manhattan.
The rapper Daniel Hernandez otherwise known as Tekashi 6ix9ine, has pleaded guilty of drug trafficking, robbery violence, and gunpoint threats. He further stated that he helped members of the Nine Trey gangsta bloods to kill a rival gang member. He says that he did so to maintain or increase his status in the gang. He said that he is sincerely sorry about all the people that he has hurt, his family, his friends, and his fans and stated that he had let them down. He has agreed to collaborate with the police and federal court. His prison sentence will be judged based on his cooperation with the police and the court, and he is to be placed in a witness protection program.