New Bedford Woman Arrested Second Time in a Year for Dealing Drugs
NEW BEDFORD - A 26-year old New Bedford woman is under arrest after police find a wide variety of drugs in her apartment.
Members of the New Bedford Police Narcotics Unit executed a search warrant Thursday evening at an apartment 114 Adams Street. During the search, police found 95 Percocet pills, 18 ounces of marijuana, 1 gram of MDMA (ecstacy), 16 trazadone, one oxycodone pill, digital scales, packaging materials, and $3,415 in cash.
Police arrested the occupant of the home, Amanda Lee Rogers. Rogers is charged with the following:
- Possession with intent to distribute class B (percocets)
- Possession with intent to distribute class D marijuana
- Possession class B (MDMA)
- Possession class E (trazadone)
- Possession class B (oxycodone)
Rogers is being arraigned this morning in New Bedford District Court.
Rogers was arrested in August of 2016 after police found oxycodone, cocaine, and marijuana in her apartment, along with over $12,000 in cash.