Anglesey builder convicted of fly tipping after dumping waste

Published date: 17 March 2017 |
Published by: Staff reporter
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A builder was convicted of fly-tipping after allegedly being linked by an invoice and a bank paying-in book among the waste.

Oswyn Gryffudd Williams, aged 43, of Maes Meurig, Gwalchmai, Anglesey, denied responsibility but was found guilty at Caernarfon crown court of illegally dumping waste - rubble, plasterboard, green waste and old clothing - at Clegir Mawr, Gwalchmai.

In August 2015, Anglesey council had been informed that piles of waste had been dumped in a lay-by.

The prosecution is seeking £7,259 costs.

Judge Tracey Lloyd-Clarke bailed Williams for an “all options” pre-sentence report.

He will be sentenced at Mold crown court on March 28.

Defence barrister Gareth Roberts said: ”This is the first time he’s been convicted of this type of offence.”

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