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Plum Police Reports: Assaulting Officers, Theft, Burglary

Here are the Plum police reports for Jan. 2 to Jan. 7.

The following incidents were reported to the Plum Police Department. Information was obtained from call logs and police reports.


A Plum woman faces charges after being accused of assaulting police.

Alexis Monique Hall, 28, of Plum was charged with reckless driving, driving at an unsafe speed, failure to stop at a stop sign, two counts of endangering the welfare of children, two counts of recklessly endangering another person, three counts of resisting arrest and three counts of aggravated assault.

According to the police report, officers were called to Maple Street for an incident involving Hall. As officers were speaking to a nearby resident, Hall sped down the road in her vehicle, made a three-point turn at the Maple Street/Apple Avenue intersection and almost hit police with her vehicle, according to the report.

Hall is accused of assaulting police officers as they tried to arrest her—throwing a lit cigarrette at officers, as well as kicking, punching and attempting to head butt them. Police used a Taser to subdue her.

Hall waived a preliminary hearing before District Justice Linda Zucco last week.

Recklessly Endangering Another Person

Julian Arias Morgart, 22, of Plum was charged with aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person and false imprisonment after a Dec. 25 incident on Kirk Drive.


Daniel John Karetski, 32, of Plum was charged with simple assault and harassment after a Jan. 1 incident on Coxcomb Hill Road.

Driving with Suspended License

Stanley Evans Shropshire, 47, of Plum was charged with habitual offender, drivers required to be licensed, driving with a suspended license and speeding after a Dec. 29 traffic stop on Presque Isle Drive.


Matthew Scott Campbell, 26, of Irwin; and Ian James McCleary, 26, of Plum were each charged with disorderly conduct; and Heather Marie Waggoner, 25, of Manor was charged with criminal mischief following a Jan. 1 fight on Logans Ferry Road.

An Oblock Road resident reported the theft of Christmas decorations on Dec. 23.

A Plum resident reported her purse had been stolen at Big Dawgs on Dec. 23.


A burglary was reported at a Hulton Road residence on Dec. 23. According to police, the garage door was broken and several items were stolen. Among the items were two tank air compressors, fishing rods, ladders and a hedge trimmer.


A hit-and-run was reported on Sardis Road on Dec. 23. According to police, a vehicle failed to navigate a curve and damaged a yard's lawn and another homeowner's Christmas lights.


A Turtle Creek resident reported that approximately 100 trees had been cut from his property along Wright Road in Plum between November 2011 to Dec. 28, 2012.


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