Here is what I am thinking. Hope it fits with what you were looking for. I am very familiar with Pathfinder in tabletop gaming, but this would be my first Play by Post. Thanks.
Darik “Bee Sting” Gillidook
Strength 14 (+2)
Height: 3' 3"
Feats: Weapon Finesse and Toughness
Darik was born and raised in Falcon’s Hallow and at an early age developed an aptitude for climbing trees and all the subsequent mischief that might entail. His abilities were spotted by local lumbermen, and soon he was employed as a tree climber. He has spent the last several years in this position, but longs for more. Wanderlust has set in, and he has since given his notice of resignation in hopes of striking it rich as an adventurer. His employers (and the townsfolk) think he’s crazy for leaving a job with a pension and benefits, etc.
It should be understood that the GM has the final say...at least in home games. In PFS, I'm not sure. And at Gencon I'm really not sure. Did you have to sign an agreement or something stating that all rules would be followed to the letter? I mean, rules should be followed as closely as possible, but not to the point that it interrupts the ebb and flow of a game.
On top of that, I am not sure any rules were even broken! If anything, Pathfinders are supposed to be diplomatic and all that. They broke a PFS rule by attacking the Aspis Consortium agent after she struck a deal with the party.
Don't let this one player (or two) sour your experience.