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Plum Woman Allegedly Sells ATV, Reports it Stolen

Here are the Plum police reports for Sept. 18 to Sept. 24.

A Plum resident is facing charges after selling an ATV and then telling police it was stolen.

Sherry McCune, 39, of Plum was charged with false reports to law enforcement after a May 22 incident on Unity Center Road. According to police, McCune sold a 2004 Honda quad and then allowed her daughter to report it stolen. Police filed the charges Sept. 22.

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

Theft

Several vending machines at the Plum Borough ballfields along Ross Hollow Road have been broken into.

According to Plum police, it was reported that five vending machines—owned by Coca Cola—were broken into and two others were tampered with. Money was removed from at least one machine.

Prohibited Acts

 Matthew Alexander Binz, 36, of Penn Hills was charged with prohibited acts after a Sept. 17 incident on Siple Street.

Harassment

Marc Nicholas Nixdorf, 32, of Monroeville was charged with simple assault and harassment after a May 19 incident on College Avenue. Plum police filed the charges Sept. 17.

Trespass

A Deborah Jane Drive resident reported that someone broke the security chain of her apartment door on Sept. 21.

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