Fly tipper Peter Marshall landed with costly fines after being seen dumping rubbish

Fly tipper Peter Marshall landed with costly fines after being seen dumping rubbish
 

A man has been forced to pay nearly £1,400 after being found guilty of fly-tipping.
Peter Marshall from Southowram was seen dumping waste on land at Beacon Hill Road in Halifax on July 8 last year.
A member of the public reported him to Calderdale Council’s Environment Health Service after they saw him pull into the side of the road and throw two bags of rubbish over a wall into woodland below.
Mr Marshall was found guilty of the offence of fly-tipping and made to pay £680, along with full costs of £600 plus a £68 victim surcharge – a total of £1,348.
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30 September 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 36
Source: Examiner
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