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.
Police charge that Pullums then used the stolen credit cards to make purchases at least three times, starting the next day.