Ex-cop Jason Arbeeny cries for judge, gets probation; officer planted drugs on innocentsBY OREN YANIV / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
New York Daily News
Feb. 05, 2012
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He cried — and the judge cut him loose.
A disgraced NYPD detective convicted of planting drugs on an innocent couple was looking at jail time when he walked into court on Thursday.
He walked out with probation after blubbering that he was ashamed of himself and pleading for mercy.
"I can't look at myself in the mirror anymore," Jason Arbeeny told Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Gustin Reichbach.
“Sir, I am begging you, please don't send me to jail."