Yorkshire news Shameless fly-tipper caught by hidden camera at notorious hotspot PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Naveed Mohammed has been fined almost £3,000 after being caught by a camera dumping rubbish

Yorkshire news Shameless fly-tipper caught by hidden camera at notorious hotspot PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Naveed Mohammed has been fined almost £3,000 after being caught by a camera dumping rubbish

Yorkshire news  Shameless fly-tipper caught by hidden camera at notorious hotspot PremierLeague-News.Com
20 June 2022 - 14:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A hidden camera caught a Doncaster man dumping rubbish bags filled with waste "used in the production of cannabis" in Huddersfield. Naveed Mohammed used a van he had hired from Huddersfield to fly-tip his rubbish at a notorious hotspot in the town. Kirklees Council's greenspace action team (GAT) were called to South Cross Road where they found heavyweight green plastic bags containing waste. According to the council, the bags contained waste that is associated with the production of cannabis such as residual soil, lighting, ventilation paraphernalia and fertilisers. Read more: Murder investigation in Huddersfield as police find man's body in Fartown house The GAT had installed a hidden camera on South Cross Road as the street had become notorious for fly-tipping. And it did not take long for the camera to catch its first fly-tipper. Footage showed items, including the distinctive green bags, being taken from a Ford Transit van and launched onto the banking off South Cross Road. The rubbish landed in the exact location of the reported fly-tip.

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. He failed to show up in court on numerous occasions but was found guilty in his absence. Mohammed was eventually arrested on a warrant and brought to Kirklees Magistrates' Court for sentencing. He was fined £1,574 and was handed a victim surcharge of £175. He was also ordered to pay clearance and legal costs of £900. Councillor Naheed Mather, cabinet member for the environment at Kirklees Council, said: "It is quite remarkable that people think they can drive into Kirklees and dump their rubbish here and get away with it. Fly-tippers need to understand that we have a very proactive team of officers who are using a variety of techniques to identify and prosecute criminals such as Mr Mohammed. "If we find you dumping rubbish in our district, no matter where you live, we will do all in our power to track you down and make you pay." Read next: Allana, 23, was living in council flat before she fell for millionaire Jeff, 56 Million Pound Pawn broker leaves worried tea lady in utter tears with Rolex offer Train strikes in Sheffield, York, Doncaster and Huddersfield as staff walk out Read More Related Articles Barristers to strike at Leeds Crown Court with picket line outside Read More Related Articles Fuming commuters will have to miss work or get a taxi as rail strike starts

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