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March, 2014

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Title:Clamp down on litter continues
Author:DMBC 
ID & Publication:20140311038 ~ The-Villager.co.uk 
Area:Doncaster 
Subject:Community News 
 DMBC (4kb)

Doncaster Council’s firm stance on people committing littering offences has resulted in a further 17 prosecutions with some of the convicted individuals having to pay as much as £545 in costs and fines and a further £40 in Victim Surcharges.

Deputy Mayor, Councillor Glyn Jones said: ‘These latest prosecutions show we are continuing to adopt a zero tolerance approach to littering which cause a major blight on our streets and public spaces. People are aware of the rules and choosing to break them will result in punishment for their actions. We have an ample amount of litter bins available for residents, and we work hard to ensure that Doncaster is kept tidy and presentable for residents and visitors. Our public spaces are for everyone to enjoy and everyone has a responsibility to clean up after themselves. People can either pick up or pay up.’

For more information on how to report littering and fly tipping please visit: www.doncaster.gov.uk/flag

The following people were convicted of depositing and leaving litter by Doncaster Magistrates on 13 February 2014:

Rebecca Lea Knighton of Clarence Avenue, Balby was charged with depositing and leaving waste at Clarence Avenue, Balby. She did not attend Court so the case was proven in her absence. She was fined £400 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Kimberley Clark of Fisher Street, Bentley was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Trafford Way. She did not attend Court so the case was proven in her absence. She was fined £200 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Sheila Cooke of Chestnut Avenue, Stainforth was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Trafford Way. She did not attend Court so the case was proven in her absence. She was fined £200 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Craig Layden of Christ Church Road was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Trafford Way. He did not attend Court so the case was proven in his absence. He was fined £200 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Diane Parfitt of Ingleborough Drive was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Trafford Way. She did not attend so the case was proven in her absence. She was fined £200 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Alison Taylor of Humberville Road, Immingham was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Trafford Way. She did not attend Court so the case was proven in her absence. She was fined £200 ordered to pay costs of £145.

John Richard Mullen of Firbeck House, St. James Street was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Waterdale. He did not attend Court so the case was proven in his absence. He was fined £110.00 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Brett Aaron Turner of Cromwell Road, charged with depositing and leaving litter at Cleveland Street, on the 15th August 2013. He attended Court and pleaded guilty. He was fined £100 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Debbie Walker of Ravendale Street South, Scunthorpe was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Trafford Way. She did not attend Court but pleaded guilty by post. She was fined £100 and ordered to pay Costs of £145.

Carol Anne Boltrukiewicz of Eccles Drive, Edlington was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Trafford Way. She did not attend Court so the case was proven in her absence. She was fined £55 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Stacey Simpson of Allenby Crescent, New Rossington was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Clay Flat Lane, Rossington. She did not attend Court so the case was proven in her absence. She was fined £55 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Charlotte Martin of Coronach Way, New Rossington was charged with depositing and leaving litter at French Gate. She did not attend Court so the case was proven in her absence. She was fined £55 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Zoe Pickering of Haig Road Moorends was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Trafford Way. She did not attend Court so the case was proven in her absence. She was fined £55 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Lisa Anne Littledyke of Smillie Road, Rossington was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Trafford Way. She did not attend Court so the case was proven in her absence. She was fined £55 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Amy Bean of Prince of Wales Road, Sheffield was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Trafford Way. She did not attend Court but pleaded guilty by post. She was fined £35 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Robert Smith of Crowland Avenue, Grimsby was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Trafford Way. He did not attend Court but pleaded guilty by post. He was fined £35 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

Katie White of Manor Road, Askern was charged with depositing and leaving litter at Manor Road, Askern. She did not attend Court but pleaded guilty by post. She was fined £35 and ordered to pay costs of £145.

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