Spokane, WA, United States (4E) – The second teen suspected of beating a World War II veteran to death in Spokane, Washington was arrested on Monday, according to police.
The arrest of Kenan Adams-Kinard, 16, came four days after the other suspect, Demetrius Glenn, 16, was arrested and charged with robbing and murdering Delbert Belton, 88, while he was inside his car in the parking lot of Eagle Lodge.
The Army soldier, who fought in the Battle of Okinawa, was found injured in the head inside his 1994 Ford Contour and died in a hospital Thursday.
Kinard is also facing the same charges as Glenn after his arrest in a basement apartment at 500 West Montgomery Ave. in Spokane at 3 a.m.. Spokane police said other people who helped the suspects were also arrested.
Both black teenagers will be charged as adults. Glenn was charged with first-degree robbery and first-degree murder after his arrest on Friday. His bail was set at $2 million on Monday.
Kinard and Glenn may have used a flashlight in beating Belton, who suffered serious head injuries. Surveillance video in the crime scene showed the two suspects giving police leads.