More people fined for dropping litter in Grays

Basildon Magistrates Court

MORE people have been fined for dropping litter in Grays.

All cases were dealt with at Basildon magistrates court.

Wesley Farrell, aged 39, of Bronte Close, Tilbury

On 17/11/2017 at Tilbury threw down, dropped or otherwise deposited litter, namely cigarette and left it in outside Bus Stop, Crown Road, Grays a place to which section 87 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 applied.

Fined £220.
Verdict: Proved in Absence.

Kedisha Henry, aged 30, of Goldsmith, Grays

On 17/11/2017 at Grays threw down, dropped or otherwise deposited litter, namely a cigarette and left it in the High Street, outside the Train Crossing a place to which section 87 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 applied.

Fined: £608.00
Verdict: Proved in absence

John Rohoman, aged 43, of Constantine Road Camden

On 27/11/2017 at Grays, threw down, dropped or otherwise deposited litter, namely cigarette and left it in outside Thurrock Business Centre, High Street, Grays a place to which section 87 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 applied.

Fined £608.00.
Verdict: Proved in Absence

Shkelqin Selita, aged 42, of Aspen Way, Enfield

On 21/11/2017 at Grays threw down, dropped or otherwise deposited litter, namely cigarette and left it in outside State Cinema, High Street, Grays a place to which section 87 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 applied.

Fined: £608.00

2 Responses to "More people fined for dropping litter in Grays"

  1. thurrocksgonedownhill   October 14, 2018 at 7:32 am

    I’m all for fining for dropping litter but this is just easy money for the council.
    The fly tipping hot spots used to have camera’s but not anymore.
    The borough is a filthy dirty hovel and a few cigarette butts are the lease of the problem.

  2. big noise   October 14, 2018 at 7:41 am

    TBC get a service paid for by the fines and may make a few quid the only ones to benefit are the private company, anyone with a brain would say ‘in house’ would be more beneficial to TBC, so why continue something that only homes in on the heavy footfall areas and not on the real problems (I undestand littering is wrong) but to chase a few ciggies which can get picked up by the street cleaners, instead of chasing the real littersthose fly tipping from cars, vans and wagons, maybe better for the litter enforcers to get out on wheels (would they have the balls for such a job), as ever TBC are out for easy pickings…..

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