The picture above is of 16 year old Demetrius Glenn. The suspect on the run, Kenan Kinard, is also 16. They beat the WWII veteran to death with heavy flashlights.
Via The Epoch Times:
Demetrius Glenn, a 16-year-old from Spokane, Wash., was identified as one of the suspects in the fatal beating of World War II veteran Delbert Belton, it was reported. The other suspect, Kenan Adams Kinard, who is around the same age, is still at large.
Alex Rozier of KHQ-TV reported that Glenn is facing first-degree murder and robbery charges.
He was arrested on Friday morning. Rozier said that he turned himself in to police custody, according to KHQ. Another local station, KREM-TV, confirmed the suspect’s identity as Glenn.
KHQ reported that court documents said his name was also spelt Demetruis Glenn, but was later corrected to Demetrius.
“I’m told by juvenile court that if the court decides to charge Glenn as an adult then he may make his first appearance on Monday,” Rozier wrote on Twitter. He is now on the juvenile docket but will likely be charged as an adult.
Rozier said the other suspect in the case is Kinard, born in 1997, and is likely driving a stolen vehicle. He is still at large, but Rozier says police are searching for him.
Rozier wrote that Glenn had run-ins with the law, including allegedly taking part in a ”riot with a deadly weapon.”
Here is the Wanted poster for Kenan Adams-Kinard, wanted for 1st Degree murder and 1st Degree Robbery in Spokane pic.twitter.com/dzc7k7czCY
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