Goodmayes teenager handed £330 fine for fly-tipping
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A 19-year-old man has been handed with a £330 bill for dumping rubbish after council officers traced rubbish to his address.
Joseph Ogundele, of Broadhurst Drive, Goodmayes, pleaded guilty to fly-tipping at Barkingside Magistrates’ Court last month.
The court heard how council officers discovered a pile of fly tipped rubbish in nearby Longbridge Road which included letters and a bank card which led back to Ogundele’s address.
A mattress and parts of the garage roof were also part of the tip, which was suspected as being asbestos.
He admitted to tipping the items because hiring a van or skip was too expensive.
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Ogundele was fined £110 and told to pay £20 victim surcharge and £200 towards council costs.
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