Kenan Adams-Kinard claims World War II veteran Delbert Belton, 88, was selling them crack cocaine but shorted them, leading to his vicious beating death. Police won’t say whether or not they found anything that could support the 16-year-old’s claim. Adams-Kinard, who was charged with first degree robbery and first degree murder as his accomplice Demetrius Glenn, is being held on $3 million bond.
Delbert Belton’s family said the claim is ridiculous. The Spokesman Review reports the drug dealing claim was made in a letter found inside the home where Kenan Adams-Kinard was found hiding when he was arrested on Monday.