25 May Baltimore Police Gun Trace Task Force leader seeks 20-year prison sentence, provides letters of support
The defense attorney for disgraced former Baltimore Police Sgt. Wayne Jenkins is asking that he receive 20 years in prison at his sentencing next week.
Attorney Steve Levin wrote in a sentencing memorandum filed with the court late Thursday that the leader of the police department’s corrupt Gun Trace Task Force “climbed the ladder of success through hard work,” but “threw it all away by engaging in activity which he recognizes was wrong and knew would be his downfall if discovered. The question is why.”