Roger Davis, who is the brother of dancehall artiste Flippa Mafia returned to the Island recently in a batch of deportees.
Roger Davis is regarded as a drug boss who was convicted along with Flippa, because they led an international narcotics syndicate. Law enforcement sources revealed that Davis returned to the island with the deported Jamaicans last week.
Dr. Christopher Tufton the Health Minister reported that one of the deportees tested positive for COVID-19 and as a result, all 46 deportees are being held in quarantine currently.
Davis’ deportation came four years after he plead guilty to first-degree possession with intent to distribute cocaine in a federal court and he was sentenced to 10 years in prison. He was ordered to serve three years before he could be eligible for parole.
Flippa Mafia or Flippa Moggela, whose real name is Andrew Davis and Roger Davis along with another sibling, Kemar Davis, all led a syndicate and the US Postal Service and private courier services were used to ship large quantities of cocaine from California to New Jersey for bulk distribution, the information was found, and reports were made by prosecutors who had court documents.
In 2016, Flippa Mafia was sentenced to 25 years in prison, and he was ordered to pay a US$250,000 which is the anti-money laundering profiteering penalty. He was ordered to serve 12 years before he would become eligible for parole.
Prosecutors also reported that Roger Davis and Marsha Bernard, one of his co-convict, were handling the proceeds from the sale of drugs and they would send the money to Flippa in Jamaica and Kemar in California.