Detectives from the Brooklyn DA's office must have felt like they were in an episode of Cribs when they went through the belongings of an MTA supervisor suspected of taking kickbacks. When they arrived at the Flatlands home of Jacqueline Jackson, the agency's director of legal support, they found five flat screen televisions, five fur coats and a Mercedes parked in the driveway (for when her Lincoln Navigator is in the shop). In case she ever got bored in the tub, one of those flat screens was in the bathroom. Jackson, whose annual salary is $83,000, is suspended as the DA and the MTA inspector general look into whether she inflated bills submitted by a Brooklyn company and made off with the difference. Her lawyer told the News, "Time will prove her vindication," while a neighbor offered, "She's living large."