the los angeles county sheriff's department offered an apology to wyclef jean on tuesday afternoon, hours after he was handcuffed and briefly detained near a los angeles recording studio in a case of mistaken identity. the singer, songwriter and occasional actor posted video on social media of himself being detained, which included the comment, `lapd another case of mistaken identity. black man with red bandana robbed a gas station as i was in the studio working but i'm in handcuffs?`jean has more than 4.2 million social media followers.it was actually deputies with the west hollywood division of the los angeles county sheriff's department who stopped jean. lapd confirmed their officers were not involved.  `it is unfortunate that mr. jean was detained for six minutes during this investigation, as he had no involvement whatsoever in this violent crime,` the sheriff's department said in a lengthy statement, which also detailed the crime. `the los angeles county sheriff’s department is apologetic for any inconvenience this process caused mr. jean.`jean criticized authorities not long after the incident over how he said he as treated. `i was asked by the police to put my hands up. then i was told do not move. i was instantly hand cuffed before being asked to identify myself,` jean tweeted in an additional post. `as some one who has law enforcers in my family, i wa...