Jailed Beckton fly-tipper banned from Newham
- Credit: Newham Council
A flytipper who dumped 20 tonnes of builders waste on a Beckton road has been banned from Newham.
Patrick Egan, from Grange Road, in Grays, Essex, was jailed in June for eight months after pleading guilty to dumping the waste in Eric Clarke Lane at about noon on December 7 last year.
A judge slapped a criminal behaviour order on the 30-year-old last Thursday (June 28) at Snaresbrook Crown Court finding Egan acted in an anti-social way.
Newham police’s Det Supt Zena Marshall said: “Fly-tipping may attract other crimes and anti-social behaviour, all of which have a lasting negative impact in our environment and adversely affect our residents’ quality of life.
“We are committed to working together with our partners to prosecute serious fly-tippers as part of our wider efforts to make Newham a safer place for everyone.”
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Under the order Egan cannot enter Newham and only pass through the borough when travelling on public or private transport.
He is also banned from meeting James Atkins and Stuart Beattie in public or private anywhere in England and Wales.
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The three-year-long order lasts until June 27 2021.