Woman told to pay more £1,000 after her barking dog drove neighbours mad
A woman has been ordered to pay more than £1,000 after allowing her dog to disturb neighbours for more than six months with its barking.
On at least two occasions, the dog was recorded barking almost non-stop for 45 minutes.
At a court hearing on Wednesday, October 12, Alexandra Stafford, 40, of Mildmay Street, Lincoln, was found guilty of breaching a noise abatement notice that required her to prevent her dog causing a nuisance through unnecessary barking.
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Stafford was given a £660 fine and ordered to pay £300 costs and a... read more
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