Police: York City man forced man to withdraw cash from ATM at gunpoint
A man faces charges after police said he forced someone to withdraw money from an ATM at gunpoint in York City last month.
York City Police said Joseph "Sloth" Shai'Dann Mehaffie, 26, robbed the victim Oct. 3.
Mehaffie pointed a gun at the man and forced him to withdraw $1,000, money which the man allegedly owed for drugs, according to court documents.
Police said Mehaffie also assaulted the man during the incident.
Mehaffie, of the 100 block of East Cottage Place, faces charges of robbery and trespassing, both felonies, as well as misdemeanor offenses of making terroristic threats and simple assault.
As of Wednesday, Nov. 6, Mehaffie had not been arrested on the charges, according to online court records.
Robbery: Charging documents state Mehaffie was outside the victim's home in the 300 block of East King Street about 1 a.m. Oct. 3.
Mehaffie pistol-whipped the victim in the face and hit and kicked him, then pointed a gun at him and demanded the $1,000 "drug debt," according to police.
He threatened to kill the man if he didn't pay, court documents allege.
During the incident, he followed the victim into his home and continued to assault him, police said.
After the assault, Mehaffire took the victim to the M&T Bank on East Market Street in York City and forced him to withdraw the money he owed, according to police allegations.
Mehaffie was identified Oct. 30, according to court documents. Police filed charges one day later.
Anyone with information on Mehaffie's whereabouts can call police at 717-846-1234 or anonymously text "Yorktips" and the information to 847-411.
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