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Tattooed Bloods leader nicknamed ‘Mousey’ sentenced to life plus 132 years for NY ‘reign of terror’

The heavily tattooed leader of a Long Island Bloods gang affiliate will spend the rest of his days in prison for a laundry list of racketeering-related crimes — including shootings, assaults and home invasions that were part of a “campaign of violence” directed at his rivals.

Howard “Mousey” Davis, 36, of Bellport, New York, was sentenced to life plus 132 years on Tuesday by a federal judge in Central Islip, US Attorney Breon Peace said in a statement.

“Davis and his violent gang tormented our Long Island neighborhoods for years,” Peace said. “Today’s sentence ends his reign of terror.”

Howard “Mousey” Davis, 36, of Bellport, New York
Howard “Mousey” Davis, 36, of Bellport, New York, was sentenced to life plus 132 years on Tuesday for a litany of shootings, robberies and assaults, among other things.

The heavily-inked gangbanger — who led the violent G-Shine set of the Bloods street gang — was convicted in June 2021 of participating in three shootings, ordering another pair of shootings that left two people wounded and demanding his armed peons bust into two homes and rob two other people on separate occasions, the feds said.

He also shattered a person’s nose and kneecap in a barfight; sold hard drugs like fentanyl, heroin and crack; and kept countless guns, prosecutors added.

Davis had a standing order to kill certain rivals whenever and wherever they were found, prosecutors alleged.

But his symphony of savagery — which ran from June 2016 to November 2017 — apparently didn’t end after his arrest.

Davis — also known as “Mr. Fedup” — convinced the mother of one of his children to lie to a federal grand jury and got another to smuggle drugs into the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan during Christmas in 2018, Peace said.

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Davis was convicted in 2021 of all 48 counts outlined in his indictment, the US Attorney said. zwiebackesser – stock.adobe.com

He also racked up nine disciplinary violations while in the clink, including assaults and a slashing that left his victim with a gash on their face, according to the allegations.

Ivan J. Arvelo, head of Homeland Security Investigations’ New York field office, said Tuesday that Davis was a “prolific gang leader responsible for heinous crimes that terrorized Long Island communities.”

“He actively recruited other members of the Bloods to perpetuate the same brutality,” Arvelo said. “Today’s sentencing has effectively stripped him of the violent power he once wielded with impunity.”

Davis was convicted of all 48 counts detailed in his indictment, Peace said, including attempted murder, assault, robbery and drug and gun charges.

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