The WWII vet beaten to death by two juvenile teens has taken top priority with law enforcement today as the manhunt for Kenan D. Adams-Kinard, the second suspect is underway. 16-year-old Demetrius Glenn turned himself into police this week after he was seen in the area on security cameras near the scene where the WWII vet was beaten to death and left for dead in his car.
According to the Christian Science Monitor on Aug. 24, police do not usually release the names of minor suspects. In this case, the young teen still at large, Adams-Kinard, is a danger to society and they want the help of the public in bringing this kid in.
The security tapes from nearby businesses showed both Glenn and Adams-Kinard in the area where 88-year-old Delbert Belton was beaten and left for dead. Witness saw two young teens run away from his car. Belton was found wedged in between the two bucket front seats in his vehicle.
It was a school security officer that identified Glenn off those video security videos once they were released to the public asking for their help. The second suspect is not in custody as of yet, but it will be hard for him to hide now that his name is out there along with his picture today.
Delbert Belton was meeting a friend when he was approached by these two teens in a parking lot. They beat him with flashlights, according to KREM. Com. and left the man for dead. Belton was found in his vehicle and was rushed to an area hospital where he died due to the injuries from this beating. The Spokane County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed on Friday that Delbert Belton, died of blunt facial and head injuries.