A fly-tipper who dumped waste twice in the same Croydon street abandoned his court appeal when confronted with pictures showing him caught in the act taken on a resident’s mobile phone.
Are you sure that you want to continue with this appeal? Nuhur Mulindwa was caught in the act of fly-tipping – yet still tried a court appeal until the judge intervened
Shirley resident Nuhur Mulindwa incurred £5,670 costs and 250 hours unpaid community service at Croydon Crown Court last week, the latest successful conviction of the council’s constant battle against anti-social fly-tippers in the borough.
Croydon Council has prosecuted 143 people for dumping rubbish illegally on the borough’s streets since its Don’t Mess With Croydon campaign began in 2013.
Mulindwa appealed against an original sentence after a case heard by Croydon Magistrates last August, when he was found guilty and had £4,170 costs and £60 surcharge awarded against him…
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