One defendant expected to take plea deal in Keith Foster drug trafficking case

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Jennifer Donabedian has agreed to plead guilty to knowing her boyfriend was a major marijuana dealer, assisting in his illegal operation, and failing to tell authorities. (KFSN)

New development in the drug trafficking case involving former Fresno Police Deputy Chief Keith Foster. One of the defendants has reached a deal that will allow her to avoid prison time.

Action News has learned Jennifer Donabedian has agreed to plead guilty to knowing her boyfriend was a major marijuana dealer, assisting in his illegal operation, and failing to tell authorities about it. The boyfriend, Denny Foster, is Keith Foster's nephew and also a defendant in the alleged drug trafficking ring.

Donabedian is expected to formally accept the plea offer in court on September 12th. In exchange, prosecutors will recommend a sentence of 12 months probation.

Keith Foster recently rejected a plea deal and could face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.
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