A Hampshire man has been jailed for two fly-tipping offences.
Mr Ashley Mooney, formerly of Gosport, was taken to court by Winchester City Council in relation to two fly-tipping offences discovered at Forest Lane in Wickham, Pigeon House Lane in Southwick, Dean Lane in Bishop’s Waltham and Chidden Lane in Hambledon between April and June 2016.
Mr Mooney pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment. He was also made the subject of a Criminal Behaviour Order for a period of five years, prohibiting him from further fly-tipping across the whole of Hampshire.
Officials have warned Mr Mooney that breaching the order is a criminal offence and can lead to a fine or imprisonment or both.