Teenager faces life behind bars after double stabbing

Teenager faces life behind bars after double stabbing »Play Video
Anderson charged with two felony counts of first degree assault.
ASOTIN, WA - An Asotin County teen faces life in prison for a double stabbing and a slew of other charges.

According to court documents, 17-year old Robert Anderson stabbed two teens in Clarkston on September 13th. He faces two felony counts of first degree assault. Anderson's reported girlfriend is also in custody, accused of rendering criminal assistance and intimidating a witness.

Anderson is being tried as an adult because his 18th birthday is coming up in November. If Anderson is convicted of the felony charges, he faces up to life in prison and $100,000 in fines. Anderson also faces four other felony charges and five misdemeanor charges for unrelated crimes.