The Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods case gets bigger and bigger. Now, after Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack and Anthony Harv Ellison, there has been another suspect. And this time it is a surprising person who assisted the gang in their crimes.
An NYPD Cop Helped The Gang
It is none other than a cop who works in the New York Police Department. Ironic, isn’t it? Sergeant Robinson has been accused of helping the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. She was actually caught on the same day as Tekashi and his gang. But due to the hubbub of the snitching done by the rapper, the police didn’t release this news.
But now the media has gotten wind of this. Talk about double betrayal! Tekashi betrayed his ex-gang and Robinson her police department. According to reports, Sergeant Robinson was a lover of one of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods. This was told by Kristian Cruz, a “Five-Star General” in the gang. He too testified on the court along with Tekashi.
Aided In Smuggling Drugs
Reportedly, he also ratted out Mack and Ellison during their trials. And then, dropped another bombshell on the court. He said that the NYPD cop helped the gang smuggle drugs. Just in 2018, Robinson aided them transport heroin at least on three different occasions. The following is an excerpt from the court trial:
“(The) sergeant was the girlfriend of a friend of yours. She was an NYPD sergeant, I believe?” asked attorney Eylan Schulman, who is representing accused Nine Trey gangster Aljermiah “Nuke” Mack.
“Yes,” Kristian Cruz said.
Apart from attorney Eylan Schulman, another attorney for the gang has also outed Robinson. Lawyer Lou Fasulo who is working for Anthony Mack on his trial seconded the NYPD cop’s involvement.
Sergeant Alicia Robinson On Trial
Moreover, Robinson has resigned from her post as Sergeant from the New York Police Department. She is now out on a $100,000 bond on charges for possession of heroin with intent to distribute the drug. Ex-Sergeant Robinson has now been summoned to court for the trial. She is slated to appear before US District Judge Alvin K Hellerstein in Manhattan.