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Two 16-year-olds are now in custody in Spokane, Washington, in the beating death of an 88-year-old World War Two Veteran. ...
One teen is being held on two million dollars bail. The second is due in court on Tuesday. (Aug. 27)
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DURATION: 1:06-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SOURCE - KXLY - COURTESY KXLY, EMBARGO SPOKANESpokane, Washington - 26 August, 20131. Close, suspect Demetrius L. Glenn, seen on courthouse TV2. Close, flowers and American flag left at makeshift memorial site for murder victim Delbert Belton3. Close, Glenn on courthouse TV4. Mid, Glenn, defense attorney Chris Phelps and judge on courthouse TV 5. Mid. Glenn and Phelps6. Close, Glenn--SOURCE: AP IMAGES/Spokane Police Department - Courtesy7. Still, second suspect, Kenan Adams-Kinard---SOURCE - KXLY - COURTESY KXLY, EMBARGO SPOKANESpokane, Washington - 26 August, 20138. Mid, broken window 9. Close. Flowers left for victim10. Mid, flowers and flag left for victim11. Mid, wall---SOURCE: KHQ - COURTESY KHQ, EMBARGO SPOKANE, EMBARGO KREM, KXLYSpokane, Washington - 26 August, 2013SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Police Chief Frank Straub, Spokane Police Dept. (transcript below)---SOURCE - KXLY - COURTESY KXLY, EMBARGO SPOKANESpokane, Washington - 26 August, 201312. Close, flags and flowers13. Wide, flags and flowersVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:A 16-YEAR-OLD BOY IS BEING HELD ON TWO MILLION DOLLARS BAIL, IN THE BEATING DEATH OF AN 88-YEAR-OLD WORLD WAR TWO VETERAN.DEMETRIUS L. GLENN WAS CHARGED WITH FIRST DEGREE MURDER AND FIRST DEGREE ROBBERY ON MONDAY.HE MADE HIS FIRST COURT APPEARANCE ON MONDAY AFTERNOON.(NATS)(judge: Are you Demetrius L. Glenn, sir?/ Glenn: Yes, sir.)GLENN COULD FACE LIFE IN PRISON IF CONVICTED OF ALL CHARGES.A SECOND 16-YEAR-OLD SUSPECT, KENAN ADAMS-KINARD WAS ARRESTED ON MONDAY ON A WARRANT FOR FIRST-DEGREE MURER AND FIRST DEGREE ROBBERY.THE TWO ARE ACCUSED OF BEATING TO DEATH ARMY VETERAN DELBERT BELTON LAST WEDNESDAY.BELTON WAS BEATEN IN HIS VEHICLE AS HE WAITED FOR A FRIEND IN A PARKING LOT LAST WEEK.HIS WALLET WAS ALSO TAKEN.SOUNDBITE: Police Chief Frank Straub, Spokane Police Dept.'The motive for this attack was robbery. Race was not a factor. Additionally, there is no gang activity that was associated in this incident.'BELTON HAD BEEN WOUNDED IN THE BATTLE OF OKINAWA DURING WORLD WAR TWO.SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.