LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - Two Lufkin women accused in a meth conspiracy case are set for plea deals on Thursday, according to federal court records.
The plea hearing for Crystal Leann Keisler, 23, is set for 10 a.m. and one set for Deana Sunshine Turner, 35, is scheduled for noon.
The women are accused of purchasing pseudeophedrine at various pharmacies around East Texas and taking them to the home of David Arthur Dunman, 52, of Lufkin, so he could cook meth.
According to Dunman's attorney, Al Charanza, Dunman will plead guilty to two counts in which he has been indicted. That hearing will take place in October, according to Charanza.
Thirteen other Angelina County residents are accused in a separate federal indictment. That trial is scheduled for November 14.
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