One Suspect Still At Large in Beating of WWII Vet
Spokane Police are still searching for one teenage suspect in the death of an 88-year-old World War II veteran.
Two teenage boys are suspected of attacking Delbert Benton outside of a Fraternal Order of Eagles facility.
The Spokesman Review reports that one of the teenagers, Demetrius Glenn, has turned himself in, while Kenan D. Adams-Kinard remains at large.
It's another random attack when the nation has been shocked by three teenagers who killed an Australian baseball player in Oklahoma because they were bored.
Spokane officials say that robbery was the motive for this killing.
The two suspects will be charged with first-degree murder and first-degree robbery.
The Spokesman Review also details the history of violence with the two. Both suspects have a history of assault and other violent crimes.
Belton was nicknamed "Shorty" due to his five-foot stature. He is survived by three sisters and a son.