According to court records, the deal calls for Randy Flowers to plead guilty on illegal firearms charges, but the drug charges will be dismissed.
.@ABC30 Flowers' attorney tells me his client also does *not* have to testify against his uncle, the disgraced former deputy chief.— Corin Hoggard (@corinhoggard) April 17, 2017
Investigators say Flowers got oxycodone pills from Foster. Court documents show federal agents arrested Foster in March 2015, shortly after he picked up an oxycodone prescription for 100 pills and visited Flowers' house. Foster had $1,300 cash and two pills. Flowers had 98 pills.
Foster is due in court Monday afternoon for a trial confirmation.
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