But should he evenutally be granted bond, a new charge could keep him in jail. Jefferson county authorities have now secured a warrant for Banks on a parole violation.
In 2001, he was indicted on first degree robbery charges. According to the indictment, Banks committed a robbery with his son, Tyrone Banks, Jr. and three other men in March 2000.
The indictment doesn't spell out what exactly happened, but says there was female victim that was robbed. Banks was convicted on the charge and served prison time from August 2002 until he was paroled in October 2009.
BecauseBanks is now charged with another crime, authorities say he violated his parole, which led to the latest warrant for his arrest.
Thursday, Pleasant Grove Police told FOX6 News that a third victim has come forward and they are working on possibly filing additional charges against Banks.