Two former Miami officers who were fans of “Bad Boys” began imprisonment

Roderick Flowers and Keith Edwards are heading to jail after pleading guilty to a plot to distribute cocaine

Two Miami-Dade Police officers are scheduled to go to jail next week for being involved in a drug investigation.

Roderick Flowers, 29, and Keith Edwards, 31, Who is your cousin After pleading guilty to the plot to distribute cocaine, he will be sentenced to one year and three months in federal prison. Daily mail.. Both officers acted as cocaine guards who ran through multiple states they believed to be the Sinaloa Cartel...

The pair must complete two years of house arrest and five years of probation. This includes up to 1,000 hours of community service per year after being released.

Drug cop Will smith When Martin Lawrence Blockbuster Bad boys movie. A social media post shows policemen, detectives Mike Loree and Marcus Burnett, dressed as fictional characters for Halloween 2019.

Hana called herself Det. Mike Lowery on his page, and their pictures dressed as movie cops, were capped with “We Ride Together.” We die together. Bad Boys 4 Life. “

(Keith Edward (l) and Roderick Flowers (r) Facebook)

(Keith Edward (l) and Roderick Flowers (r) Facebook)

Police officers were each paid $ 5,000 to disguise themselves as bodyguards to transport what appears to be genuine 0.5 to 2 kilograms of fake cocaine to a secret DEA agent. Miami Herald..

Other men, Manuel Carlos Hernandez, Trevanti McLeod, Durojaiye Obafemi Monsuru Lawal, Also arrested for their role in money laundering related to drug investigations.

A masked investigator working at DEA disguised as a member of a Mexican cartel arranges a money laundering deal with the Drug Enforcement Department and takes Flowers and Edwards to help transport products from Homestead to Aventura. bottom.

Hernandez, who ran Hernandez Investments, boasted money laundering for some of its clients and planned to open more legitimate businesses such as hairdressers and car washes to clean up dirty money. ..

In the summer of 2020, a secretly documented meeting of undercover agents with Hernandez and his accomplices revealed a money laundering deal.

In August, Hernandez asked Flowers to perform license plate numbers through the undercover police database. Around Daily mail, Hernandez said in a complaint that Flowers boasts of being included in his salary as “security for money laundering activities.”

On September 16, confidential sources, undercover investigators, Flowers and Edwards, drove DEA-supplied cocaine from Homestead to Aventura. The entire sting lasted for 6 months.

Edwards reportedly told him and Flowers that he and Flowers weren’t “hitmen,” and told drug dealers who were supposed to protect informants rather than products if things went wrong. CBS4 Miami.

Hana and Edwards were sentenced to late August for a plot to distribute cocaine. Hernandez was sentenced to four years in prison for distributing plots and counting the plots in a single money laundering.

The three fathers, Edwards, are members of the former Army National Guard. Hana comes from a police officer’s family because his sister and father are police officers. His father, Raleigh Flowers, is the police chief of Bal Harbor. CBS4 Miami.

“I’m very happy with his decision because he gives me the opportunity to continue his life,” said a Flowers lawyer.

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