In this file photograph, Deputy Chief Keith Foster speaks to the reporters in 2012. Foster is now a major figure in an alleged drug trafficking ring that led to his arrest and resignation from the Fresno Police Department in April 2015.
In this file photograph, Deputy Chief Keith Foster speaks to the reporters in 2012. Foster is now a major figure in an alleged drug trafficking ring that led to his arrest and resignation from the Fresno Police Department in April 2015. MARK CROSSE/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo
In this file photograph, Deputy Chief Keith Foster speaks to the reporters in 2012. Foster is now a major figure in an alleged drug trafficking ring that led to his arrest and resignation from the Fresno Police Department in April 2015. MARK CROSSE/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo

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    Warning: graphic content. A security video shows (at the top of the frame) a Fresno tour bus striking and killing Cindy Alias, 40, in March 2015. A Fresno County jury has ordered the bus' company to pay $1 million to the woman's children.