Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - A Rochester man who was accused of advertising cocaine for sale on social media has been given a stayed prison sentence.

Olmsted County Court records show that in addition to the 73 month stayed prison term, 25-year-old Demontae Bragg has also been placed on probation for five years.

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He previously entered a guilty plea to a first-degree drug charge in exchange for the dismissal of another felony drug count stemming from a Rochester Police Department investigation. Court documents indicate the investigation was conducted in December 2021 after a police informant told investigators about the Snapchat posts advertising cocaine for sale.

Bragg criminal complaint - Olmsted County Court
Bragg criminal complaint - Olmsted County Court
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The criminal complaint says the police informant conducted two controlled buys from Bragg. The first involved just under 29 grams of cocaine and the second transaction was for just over 4 grams of the drug. Both drug deals occurred in the 1000 block of North Broadway.

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