Tullahoma Man Faces Several Charges After Robbery
Russell Nathaniel Farris, 37, of South Franklin Street was charged by Detective Rana Pawlowski with robbery, aggravated assault, especially aggravated kidnapping, criminal impersonation, possession of drug paraphernalia and manufacture/delivery/sell of a controlled substance in connection with a robbery on South Jefferson Street on Feb. 5.
According to a police report by Officer Holly Sparkman and warrants by Detective Rana Pawlowski, Farris entered the South Jefferson Street residence under the pretense that he was a police officer. Once inside the residence, Farris allegedly held the three occupants at gunpoint and made them lay on the floor of a bedroom while he ransacked the room.
He allegedly stole $1,500 and a cell phone and left.
During the investigation Detective Pawlowski learned that Farris lived on South Franklin Street. When she entered the residence she located in the dining room a large amount of what is believed to be marijuana, a set of digital scales, baggies for packaging and a knife.
Farris was booked into the Coffee County Jail under a bond of $116,500. He is to appear in Coffee County General Sessions Court on Feb 12.