SPOKANE, Wash. -- New developments in the Delbert Belton murder case have emerged.
Court documents said Kenan Adams-Kinard's fingerprint was found on Belton's car's drivers side door. The documents also said Demetrius Glenn's prints were found on the interior of the driver's side passenger door. Two of his prints were also found on the exterior.
Detectives can't prove when the prints were left there. Sources close to the suspects claim the prints could have been left at any time because they had done drugs deals before.
Spokane Police said there is no credible evidence drugs were involved. Delbert Belton's family are still calling these allegations ridiculous.
Authorities also have a confession letter apparently signed by Adams-Kinard admitting the two had killed Belton. It has not yet been confirmed that the letter was actually written by Adams-Kinard.
The teens accused of murdering Delbert Belton on August 21 made their first appearance in Superior Court Thursday.