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Anderson pleads innocent to stabbing two teens in Clarkston

Anderson pleads innocent to stabbing two teens in Clarkston
ASOTIN, WA - An Asotin County teen accused of stabbing two people in September said he's not guilty.

Robert Anderson, 17, faces two felony counts of first degree assault along with other misdemeanor charges. Police said Anderson stabbed two teens in Clarkston who were treated for serious injuries.
During his hearing, he unsuccessfully tried to get his $250,000 bail lowered or dropped, because of his criminal history.

"I know he's on supervision currently and he apparently had a recent UA for drugs including methamphetamine for a probation officer," said Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Curt Liedkie.

Back in June, Anderson was living as a transient and was arrested for an estimated 100 car prowls in Clarkston. If Anderson is convicted of the felony charges, he could be sentenced to life in prison. He's being tried as an adult because of his upcoming 18th birthday.
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