Dunstable fly-tipper reported by public


A Dunstable man has been ordered to pay £1,250 in fines and costs after he pleaded guilty to fly-tipping.

Patrick O’Sullivan, 64, of Princes Street, appeared at Wycombe Magistrates Court on Wednesday.

On the afternoon of July 8 last year, O’Sullivan was seen by members of the public to park his car at the entrance to a building site in Churchill Avenue, Aylesbury. He opened the boot, took black plastic sacks out and dumped them on the ground. The registration number of the car was taken and the incident was reported.

Bucks County Council enforcement Officers interviewed O’Sullivan at a police station and he admitted dumping four sacks containing household waste which had been left close to the outside of his property by unknown persons.

He was fined £135 and ordered

to pay clean-up and prosecution costs of £1,095 and a victim surcharge of £20.