NEW BEDFORD — New Bedford police have arrested a city man with a previous drug trafficking conviction for allegedly dealing cocaine.

Narcotics detectives arrested 47-year-old Demingo Browning after searching his 98 Liberty St. apartment on Nov. 10.

During the search police said detectives found more than 115 grams of cocaine and over $1,600 in cash, along with digital scales and packaging materials.

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According to police, Browning has a previous conviction for trafficking a Class B drug in 2017.

Browning was taken into custody and charged with trafficking more than 100 grams of cocaine, possession with intent to distribute after a previous conviction, and a motor vehicle offense.

The cash was seized as illicit drug trade proceeds.

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