Fresno Police chief Jerry Dyer, center, gives a news conference with deputy police chief Keith Foster, left, and Lt. David Newton in front of a large cache of weapons, money and marijuana seized in a bust in 2012.
Fresno Police chief Jerry Dyer, center, gives a news conference with deputy police chief Keith Foster, left, and Lt. David Newton in front of a large cache of weapons, money and marijuana seized in a bust in 2012. CRAIG KOHLRUSS/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee File/2012
Fresno Police chief Jerry Dyer, center, gives a news conference with deputy police chief Keith Foster, left, and Lt. David Newton in front of a large cache of weapons, money and marijuana seized in a bust in 2012. CRAIG KOHLRUSS/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee File/2012

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