A 20-year-old Plum resident living in the woods said he was robbed late last week.
Plum police responded to Mary Street on Sept. 1 after reports of a robbery. According to the police report, a Plum resident, who claimed he had been living in a tent in the woods for a week, said three men cut holes in his tent and demanded money. The resident said one of the three men—wearing all black and bandannas on their faces—threatened him with a baseball bat. They stole $30.
The following incidents also were reported to . Information was obtained from call logs and police reports.
Genine Farah Gall, 37, of Plum was charged with simple assault, harassment and criminal mischief after an Aug. 26 incident on Logans Ferry Road.
About 50 gallons of diesel fuel reportedly was siphoned from a work lift truck at the Pivik Elementary School site on Sept. 1.
A Maple Street resident reported the theft of jewelry on Aug. 30.
A snowblower and $5,000 worth of copper piping was reported stolen from a vacant home on Golden Mile Highway on Sept. 1.
An Elicker Road resident reported criminal mischief to a vehicle and residence on Aug. 31. According to the police report, the residence was egged and a firework was lit on the porch. The vehicle also was vandalized with bologna.
A Briarwood Lane resident reported a broken vehicle mirror on Sept. 3.
A Cranberry resident reported damage to a vehicle while it was parked on Pikeview Drive on Sept. 3.