WICHITA, Kan. -

A man accused of killing a radio station employee will face a jury.

Banks is charged with first degree murder in the death of Daniel Flores.

Last February, Flores was found beaten to death at Steckline Communications, 1623 South Maize Road. Police say he died from blunt force trauma.

During the beginning of last Wednesday's hearing, a Wichita police officer testified about finding Flores down in the basement of the building. He said there was blood on the wall when officers arrived on the scene.

Banks' ex-girlfriend also testified. She said she drove Banks to the station that same morning to pick up his wallet.

The witness in Wednesday's hearing, who asked not to be identified, said Banks admitted to  the murder.

A Sedgwick County inmate, who was in the same pod as Banks, said Banks didn't mean to kill Flores. The inmate said Banks admitted to hitting Flores with a fire extinguisher, then later put it in a Walmart dumpster.

The inmate is currently being held on aggravated battery charges. He is taking a plea for his testimony against Banks.

Trial is scheduled to begin Aug. 25.