Man Allegedly Tries to Sell Fake Roxy's and Then Reportedly Robs Drug Buyers
Monday, August 19, 2013 11:45 am
Murfreesboro Police arrested a man who allegedly robbed two individuals during a reported drug deal. The two victims told officers they got into a vehicle being operated by 34-year old Terran Frazier to buy “Roxy’s.” Roxy is short for Roxycodon, which is a prescription pain killer.
Once in the car the self-admitted drug buyers who were allegedly buying the pills say the pills Frazier showed them appeared to be fake. The victim’s claim that was when Frazier grabbed their money and pulled out a handgun.
After Frazier allegedly took the cash the victims jumped out of the car. Seconds later one of the men jumped back in the car to retrieve his cash and the second subject held on to the side of the vehicle. Frazier was said to have driven off, dragging one of the two men alongside the car.
Police spotted the car with one subject hanging off the driver side door, according to a report. Officer Jackson demanded for the vehicle to stop and that was when Frazier was questioned and later arrested. He was charged with aggravated robbery, possession of a counterfeit controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a schedule six drug.
During the investigation it was revealed that the handgun allegedly used in the crime was actually a BB-gun.As of Monday morning Frazier, who is from Nashville, was still behind bars in the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center under a $13,000 bond.
MPD Arrest Report #13-16346