Davvek Suun Ki was born to an immigrant Japanese-American electrician and a Sicilian-American. The working-class family consisted of Davvek and his three older siblings who grew up in Brownsville, a poorer area of the East New York section of Brooklyn.
From an early age, Davvek admired the local gangs who socialized across the street from his neighborhood.
Davvek was first arrested when he was 16; his arrest record is one of the few official documents that prove his existence. His juvenile record ranged from breaking & entering to petty theft.
Davvek joined the Army, serving with the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. His only notable area of distinction.
Throughout his three-year enlistment, Davvek maintained his gang contacts. He also continued to hustle: in charge of kitchen detail, he sold surplus food, loan sharked pay advances to fellow soldiers, and sold tax-free cigarettes.
Before his discharge, Davvek spent two months in the stockade for stealing a local sheriff's car, and brawling in a bar with a civilian and Marines.
Davvek returned to New York and began the most notorious phase of his criminal career: arson, intimidation, running an organized stolen car ring, prostitution, and hijacking trucks.
Davvek began wholesaling marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and quaaludes based on connections he made in prison; he earned enormous amounts of money.
Davvek was arrested on a narcotics-trafficking charge. He became convinced that his former associates planned to have him killed. When Davvek was finally released on bail he eventually testified against his former associates to avoid a possible execution by his "crew" or going to prison for his crimes.
After his most recent arrest, Davvek claimed to be clean & was making an honest living via competing and booking Mixed Martial Art (MMA) Tournaments.