Plum Police Reports: Fight, Burglary & More

Here are the Plum police reports for July 24 to July 30.

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


Police were called to Saltsburg Road for a truck stopped in the middle of the road on July 28. According to the police report, a father and son from Elizabeth were fighting inside the vehicle and had to be separated. Neither have been charged yet.


A burglary was reported on Sherrie Drive on July 23. Jewelry, money and an iPod were missing.

Vehicle Fire

A vehicle fire was reported at the Cash and Carry on Saltsburg Road on July 29. An electrical problem most likely caused the fire, and the Unity VFD extinguished it. 


Raymond Matthew Saunders, 30, of Monroeville was charged with simple assault and harassment after a July 28 incident on Dinwiddie Drive.

Dale Edward Sharkins, 50, of Plum was charged with harassment, simple assault and flight to avoid apprehension after a July 16 incident on Memorial Drive.

Richard Joseph Mautino, 37, of Plum was charged with terroristic threats, two counts of harassment and two counts of simple assault after a July 21 incident on Anderson Avenue.

A Wimbeldon Drive resident reported receiving harassing voicemails on July 26.


Ignacio Hernandez Diaz, 34, of Plum was charged with theft and receiving stolen property after a July 17 incident on Rampart Court.

A door knob was reported stolen from a Coxcomb Hill Road residence on July 24.

An iPhone was reported stolen from the East Suburban YMCA on July 20.


Corrine Eleanor Wuerger, 50, of Arnold was charged with two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance, two counts of driving with a suspended license and two traffic violations after a July 6 traffic stop on Hulton Road/Coxcomb Hill Road.

Raymond Edward Dwyer, 41, of Plum was charged with two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance after a July 21 traffic stop on Hickory Way.


A hit-and-run accident was reported on Allegheny Avenue on July 26.



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