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Trial Pushed Back For Both Suspects In Beating Death Of WWII Veteran

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SPOKANE, Wash. - The trial for Kenan Adams-Kinard and Demetrius Glenn, both 16-years-old, was set for November 4th but has now been pushed back to March 17th. This decision was made on October 18th at their pre-trial hearing.

Both suspects in the beating death of WWII veteran, Delbert Belton, have different attorneys. Adams-Kinard's attorney is the one who pushed for delaying the trial. Kenan-Adams Kinard & Demetrius Glenn will be tried together on March 17th. The DNA evidence is still not available.

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SPOKANE, Wash. -  Kenan Adams-Kinard and Demetrius Glenn, both 16-years-old, are going to be back in court Friday for a pre-trial conference. Both were in court on Thursday as well. Prosecutors are asking the two boys be tried together for the murder of 88-year-old, WWII veteran, Delbert Belton back in August.

However no decision has been made yet. On Thursday defense attorney's said they would not file a motion to delay the trial which is tentatively set for November 4th. Defense attorneys also say they are waiting on the DNA evidence to come back from the states crime lab.

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