[b]Man gets prison time for taping Jackson[/b] Arvel Jett Reeves sentenced to eight months for secretly taping pop star Updated: 9:25 p.m. ET July 24, 2006 LOS ANGELES – An air service businessman on Monday was sentenced to eight months in federal prison for secretly videotaping Michael Jackson as the pop star flew to Santa Barbara with his attorney to surrender in a child-molestation investigation. Arvel Jett Reeves also was ordered to spend six additional months in a halfway house that offers drug and alcohol rehabilitation treatment, said Assistant U.S. Attorney Dan Shallman. He also must pay a $1,000 fine. Reeves and co-defendant Jeffrey Borer admitted they installed two digital video recorders to record a professional entertainer and his lawyer on a private jet from Las Vegas to Santa Barbara in November 2003, according to their plea agreements filed last September.