SPOKANE, Wash. -- Detectives in the Delbert Belton murder case say they have a confession letter allegedly signed by one of the suspects.
KREM 2 News obtained samples of the Kenan Adams-Kinard and compared it to the letter authorities have.
The signature on the letter and Adams-Kinard’s signature on court documents look similar but when you put his handwriting up against the actual letter there appears to be a big difference.
Those close to Adams Kinard have said he did not write this letter.
KREM 2 obtained a copy of the letter earlier in October. In it, the author said they beat Delbert Belton in a drug deal gone wrong.
There is a signature on the letter that appears to say Kenan Adams-Kinard.
When comparing Adams-Kinard’s signature from court documents to the letter you can see some similarities. When you compared his signature to the rest of the letter, there is a big difference. The letters are larger and there is more space in between.
On Friday, the murder trial for Adams-Kinard and Demetrius Glenn has been pushed back to March 17.
Detectives claimed both Glenn and Adams-Kinard punched and beat 88-year-old Belton for no reason outside the Eagles Lodge August 21st. Since they allegedly committed the crime together, prosecutors wanted the teenagers tried together.
Adams-Kinard and Glenn both face charges of first-degree murder, first-degree robbery and conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery. They could face life in prison if convicted.