A Lexington man is facing charges that he pistol-whipped and robbed another man earlier this month.
Justin Arnell Pullums, 18, entered not guilty pleas in Fayette District Court Tuesday to charges ranging from first-degree robbery to tampering with evidence and credit card fraud.
The court set a total bond of $28,000, and ordered Pullums to be back in court Sept. 3.
According to documents filed with the court, Pullums allegedly struck the victim with a handgun several times on Aug. 13, then stole his wallet and credit cards.
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Police charge that Pullums then used the stolen credit cards to make purchases at least three times, starting the next day.