A Jamaican dancehall deejay has been convicted of running a drug ring that used the US postal service to ship cocaine from California to New Jersey.

Andrew Davis, a Kingston, Jamaica, resident who records under the name Flippa Mafia, was found guilty Thursday of drug distribution charges.

New Jersey prosecutors say he ran the drug operation along with his brother Kemar Davis, of Hollywood, California.

Kemar pleaded guilty in September and another brother, Roger, of Roslyn, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty to drug possession charges.

Investigators say Andrew Davis directed the ring from both New Jersey and Jamaica. They say he directed Kemar and others to ship kilogram quantities of cocaine from California to New Jersey, where it was then distributed to dealers.

He was convicted after a seven-week trial.

(Source – jamaicaobserver.com)