Plum’s lawyer Alfred Gallegos, with Central California Legal Services in Fresno, said Plum recently went to the home in the 2100 block of Whitson Street in Selma to see if there was anything left to salvage.
“There was nothing usable left for him to take, everything was just thrown in the yard,” Gallegos said. “His neighbors said people came and took things, power equipment, furniture and clothing. It’s all gone.”
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