SPOKANE, Wash. --A teenage girl is free of charges after prosecutors filed a motion to clear her in rendering criminal assistance to an accused killer.
Three teens were arrested for allegedly helping Kenan Adams-Kinard hide from police. Only two were charged in the case and one person’s charges were dismissed.
Prosecutors said the charged will likely stick against the only teen left. The teen facing charges lived in the apartment where Adams-Kinard was arrested.
Prosecutors said the unit was rented to one of the teen girl’s relatives but the tenant is notfacing charges. Authorities have not found proof that tenant knew Adams-Kinard was there.
Adams-Kinard and Demetrius Glenn are accused of robbing and killing World War II Veteran Delbert Belton, 88 on August 21. Both Glenn and Adams-Kinard entered not guilty pleas last week.