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Regional Headlines: Germany Could Prosecute Death; Missing Plane Found; Investigative Documents in Murder of WWII Veteran; Nigeria Abduction

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Demetrius Glenn (left) & Kenan Adams-Kinard (right) were arrested for the murder of Delbert Belton Demetrius Glenn (left) & Kenan Adams-Kinard (right) were arrested for the murder of Delbert Belton
Here are some stories making headlines around the region:

Consul to Bullock: Germany Could Prosecute in Death of Foreign Exchange Student - A German consul said that his government could investigate and prosecute a Missoula man after the death of a foreign exchange student. http://bit.ly/1jTxbQt

Missing Plane Found -  Public Information Office with the Park County Sheriff's Office says the plane reported missing on Saturday has been located. It was spotted just before 9:20 this morning on the eastern slope of Howell Mountain, which is about 4.5 miles south of Highway 14-16-20. http://bit.ly/1miEiTh 

KHQ Obtains Several Hundred Pages Of Investigative Documents In The Murder Of WWII Veteran Delbert Belton - Shortly after the murder of 88-year-old Delbert Belton, KHQ requested the investigative documents through the public records law. One of the teenage suspect's Kenan Adams-Kinard, claims that Belton was a drug dealer and that he and Demetrius Glenn met Belton for a drug deal the night he was murdered. http://bit.ly/1iGGUou

NIGERIA: Extremist Video Shows Abducted Girls Praying - A new video from Nigeria's Boko Haram terrorist network purports to show dozens of abducted schoolgirls, covered in jihab and praying in Arabic. http://bit.ly/1jksvhJ

Man with Machete Robs King City Truck Stop - Pasco Police are looking for the man who robbed the King City Truck Stop Convenience Store with a knife. http://bit.ly/1nB2a6M
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