Second suspect arrested in fatal beating of WWII vet
A second suspect believed to be involved in last week’s robbery and fatal beating of World War II veteran Delbert Benton was arrested early Monday morning, according to information provided to The Daily Caller.
Keenan Adams-Kinard, 16, was arrested at 3 a.m. on Monday for his alleged role in the robbery and murder of the 88-year-old Benton. Adams-Kinard is being charged with robbery and murder in the first degree.
Demetrius Glenn, also 16, was arrested last week by Spokane police and also charged with first-degree robbery and murder.
Both teens have previous arrest and conviction records, which include assault charges.
Spokane Police Chief Frank Straub will hold a press conference later Monday as the case continues to develop.