According to the latest information made available from a Spokane, Washington's NBC-affiliate - WHQ - the first teenager charged with killing and robbing World War II veteran Delbert Belton, 88 – named Demetrius Glenn, 16 – will be in court on Monday and charged as an adult to face first degree murder and first degree robbery charges. Glenn is the same age as the other suspect police are looking for in relation to the murder who is named Kenan Adams-Kinard. Belton was white, and Glenn and Adams-Kinard are African-American.
It has been reported that Glenn is a criminal history which includes malicious mischief at the third and fourth degree assault level as well as having an offense of driving without a license. He also had involvement with rioting with a deadly weapon.
Adams-Kinard reportedly is suspected of having driven a stolen vehicle overnight when the assault occurred last Wednesday. Though no other details have been made available, it is reported that Adams-Kinard also has a juvenile criminal record.
The assault, murder, and robbery were caught on surveillance video on Aug. 21, 2013, at approximately 8:50 p.m. in Spokane. When Spokane Police responded to a call made regarding the incident, Belton was found in his vehicle with severe head injuries.
Belton was in World War II and served overseas in Okinawa where he was wounded. For a time, he was employed by Kaiser Aluminum in Spokane Valley.