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Baltimore Officer Enters Alford Plea After Stepson Was Found Dead Inside Pasadena Area Home

An Anne Arundel County Circuit Court judge has accepted the alford plea of a Baltimore Police Officer whose stepson was found dead last year inside his Pasadena area home. This morning, Officer Eric Glen Banks, 35,  (left photo) entered an alford plea in connection with the murder of his stepson, Dasan Jones (right photo).  Banks' alford plea to second degree murder and attempting to disarm a police officer allows him to maintain his innocence while also acknowledging prosecutors have enough evidence that could have been used to find him guilty at trial.   According to a spokesperson for the Baltimore Police Department, Officer Banks is still employed with the department, but is currently suspended without pay. "With Mr. Banks’ sentencing scheduled to occur later this year, we will not provide any additional statements at this time," the spokesperson said in a statement.  Sentencing has been scheduled for December 9, 2022.  On July 16, 2021, Anne Arundel Count

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