ADA TWP., Mich., (WZZM)- The 17-year-old Ada Township teen accused of stabbing another teenager is now facing multiple charges.
Sam King is charged with assault with intent to cause great bodily harm less than murder, carrying a concealed weapon, and carrying a dangerous weapon with unlawful intent.
According to court documents, King and the victim, 15-year-old Nick Smith, arranged a meeting at King's parents home on Witherbee Drive. Investigators aren't saying why, but the documents show that when Smith arrived, the two had an argument. King stabbed Smith several times. The court documents show King admitted to "purposefully" stabbing the victim.
During his arraignment, King was also asked about his lengthy criminal past, which includes aggravated stalking against his former girlfriend. The girls father filed a personal protection order against King, which was later violated. King was just released from jail two months ago and is on felony probation.
As for the victim, Nick Smith, he is said to be in stable condition, but did suffer critical injuries, including a three inch stab wound to his abdomen. Smith is a sophmore at Forest Hills Northern High School and is also a member of the football team.
King was given a $475,000 bond.