A Liberty man with a 15-year-long record of burglaries, thefts and assaults has been indicted in Lincoln County for allegedly forcing a woman to the ground, taking her money and leaving her by the side of the road.
William Bullock, 33, of 288 Taylor St. in Liberty, faces one count of second-degree robbery for "threatening or causing physical injury upon Rebecca Coffman while in the course of committing a theft," according to the indictment.
Lincoln County Regional Jail records show Bullock, who is also known by the alias "Bubbles," was lodged on April 1 and was being held as of Thursday afternoon on one count of second-degree burglary, one count of second-degree assault, two counts of illegal drug possession and two counts of second-degree robbery.
The indictment released May 30 is for one robbery charge. Bullock's other charges stem from other cases.
According to the arrest citation leading to the indictment, Bullock allegedly took $1,400 from Coffman before "leaving her on the side of the road and driving away."