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    Jaquez Foster, a member of Macon's Crips street gang, pleaded guilty Friday, Feb. 17, 2017, to voluntary manslaughter and violating the state's gang act for his part in the Dec. 12, 2014, fatal shootout at Wings Cafe. Prosecutor Sandra Matson described the case against Foster during the hearing. Video by Amy Leigh Womack

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