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In a classic case of “The Lohans Get The Breaks, The T.I.’s We Just Stare Through Them,” a  New York City police detective has been given probation after being found guilty of official misconduct after it was concluded that he planted crack cocaine on an unsuspecting couple in 2007.

As previously reported, detective Jason Arbeeny, a 14-year police veteran, was found guilty in October  by Brooklyn State Supreme Court Justice Gustin Reichbach of falsifying business records, submitting a false instrument for filing and official misconduct.

Prosecutors say, Arbeeny, who worked the NYPD’s Brooklyn South unit, planted a small bag of rock cocaine on a man and woman during a search four years ago.

During this week’s sentencing, Arbeeny told Justice  Reichbach  that he could not look at himself in the mirror anymore. He then said to the judge, “Please, sir, I’m begging don’t send me to jail.”

He also apologized to the victims. (I wonder if he’d be apologizing if he didn’t get caught.)

The soft hearted judge said he intended on giving Arbeeny a jail sentence but the crooked cop’s pleas got to him.

Arbeeny was sentenced to 5 years’ probation and has to do 300 hours of community service.

Now the real question is  how many people did he plant evidence on in the past and got away with it.

All his arrests and convictions  need to be looked into.

I swear white people get all the breaks.

So never ask why Hip-Hop artists make songs like these!!!