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Demetrius Glenn will appear in court March 2. Demetrius Glenn will appear in court March 2.
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Demetrius Glenn, the second suspect in the beating death of 88-year-old World War II veteran Delbert Belton, is due to be in court Monday. The 17 year old was granted a continuance in January after Kenan Adams-Kinard changed his plea to guilty.

Glenn's trial was moved to March 2, after Adams-Kinard was sentenced to 20 years in prison for Belton's murder.

At Adams-Kinard's sentencing, Belton's nephew, Ian Day spoke about forgiveness. 

"This young man, Adams-Kinard, in my eyes, has stepped up to the plate. He has made his plea, and answered to the charges given, with no argument to the crime. While he is yet in juvenile detention, and given time to work on his personal life, I am asking the court to give this young man a second chance to become the man that God originally called him to be,” Day said last month.

Both Glenn and Adams-Kinard were arrested in connection to the 2013 murder. Belton was found badly beaten in his car in north Spokane and died a short time later from his injuries.

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