As we reported on Saturday, the Tanana teen accused of shooting and killing two Alaska State Troopers late last week was arraigned in Fairbanks District Court over the weekend.
19-year-old Nathanial "Sach" Kangas is charged with two counts of murder, and will be facing up to 200-years in jail.
The court room was packed with different law enforcement officials, as well as friends and family of the deceased troopers, Sgt. Scott Johnson and Trooper Gabe Rich.
As Kangas was led into the courtroom, crying could be heard from the people in attendance.
District Attorney Joe Dallaire asked the Judge for the maximum amount of bail, adding up to 4 million dollars.
Court documents say Kangas shot the troopers with 7 rounds during a struggle with his father in the entryway of their home.