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Deejay Andrew 'Flippa Mafia' Davis and his brother Kemar Davis were among 15 people indicted by a state grand jury on Friday in connection with an international drug ring that used the postal service and other delivery services to ship cocaine from California to New Jersey.

According to The Times of Trenton, authorities say the drug ring was run by Flippa Mafia, whose given name is Andrew Davis, and his brother.
The investigation that led to these indictments, “Operation Next Day Air”, The Times of Trenton reports, began in March 2011 and uncovered that Flippa Mafia and his brother were leading the large-scale operation from various locations in Jamaica and New Jersey, the state Attorney General’s Office said on Friday.
The scheme was discovered after authorities intercepted a shipment from a mail facility in Evesham allegedly destined for Flippa Mafia and Marsha Bernard of Cherry Hill, The Times of Trenton reports.
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