Flippa Mafia’s Two Brothers Plead Guilty…Where does this leave Flippa Mafia?
Kemar Davis (Kemar Mafia) and his brother Andrew (Flippa Mafia) Davis during better days.
Flippa Mafia’s two brothers admitted their roles Monday in a ring that smuggled cocaine into South Jersey through the U.S. Postal Service and private delivery companies.
Kemar Davis, 24, and Roger Davis, 37, were among a dozen people charged as a result of “Operation Next Day Air,” a probe that began in March 2011 after two packages holding 8 kilograms of cocaine were seized at an Evesham mail center.
Kemar Davis, a Hollywood, California, resident, pleaded guilty in Superior Court, Camden, to leading a drug-trafficking ring, said the state Attorney General’s Office. Roger Davis, of Roslyn, Pennsylvania, admitted guilt to possessing cocaine with the intent to distribute.
A third brother, Jamaican reggae and dancehall performer Andrew K. Davis, also is accused of leading the drug ring. A trial is pending for Andrew Davis, a former Swedesboro resident who performs as Flippa Maffia and Flippa Moggella.
Authorities allege the ring shipped multiple kilograms of cocaine from California to South Jersey. Investigators seized almost $1 million in suspected cocaine and $500,000 in cash when they intercepted a shipment being picked up at Cherry Hill Mall in March 2013, according to the Attorney General’s Office.
Kemar Davis of California pleaded guilty Monday to leading a drug-trafficking ring that shipped cocaine to South Jersey.
Charges are pending against Marsha G. Bernard, 33, of Cherry Hill, in connection with the alleged seizure of more than 26 kilograms of cocaine.
Under plea agreements, prosecutors will recommend prison terms of 20 years for Kemar Davis and 10 years for Roger Davis, officials said. They are to be sentenced Nov. 6 by Superior Court Judge John Kelley in Camden.
Six other defendants, including James C. McBride, 42, of Mount Laurel, and Sidonie McLeod, 30, of Cherry Hill, were sentenced previously.