A 41-YEAR-OLD man was sentenced to 60 hours community service and ordered to pay £350 costs after pleading guilty to fly-tipping in Northwich.
Patrick Garside, of Gerard Drive, Nantwich, was sentenced at Northwich Magistrates Court on Monday last week.
The offence took place on Cooke’s Lane, Rudheath, in December last year. The court was told the rubbish included a freezer full of apples, two tyres, two wheels and a large builder’s sandbag full of garden waste.
A Cheshire West and Chester Council spokesman said: “Let this stand as a warning – we take fly-tipping very seriously.”