Kayla Foster, 18, was killed Monday in an early-morning shooting. Fresno police believe she was not the target of the shooter.
Kayla Foster, 18, was killed Monday in an early-morning shooting. Fresno police believe she was not the target of the shooter. FRESNO POLICE DEPARTMENT
Kayla Foster, 18, was killed Monday in an early-morning shooting. Fresno police believe she was not the target of the shooter. FRESNO POLICE DEPARTMENT

Fresno’s latest homicide victim is niece of former Deputy Police Chief Keith Foster

May 29, 2017 09:14 AM

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