Another fly-tipper caught, this time on College Road in Aylesbury

Flytip - Stefan Busa

11:02am 24th October 2017

A man has been convicted for dumping a load of waste in Aylesbury.

Stefan Busa was caught by camera late at night as he dumped some household waste.

The 39 year old from Elmhurst Road in Aylesbury pleaded guilty to an offence of fly tipping at High Wycombe Magistrates Court.

The court was told that during the evening of 13 March 2017, Mr Busa was filmed - despite low light - by a hidden surveillance camera installed by investigators from the Waste Partnership for Buckinghamshire.

The images showed him dumping several plastic bags of household waste on College Road North, Aylesbury: an area often targeted by fly-tippers. When interviewed at Aylesbury Police Station, Busa admitted depositing the waste.

After acknowledging Mr Busa's early plea, the magistrates fined him £769, ordered him to pay costs of £625 towards the clear up and the investigation, and added a £76 victim surcharge.

Aylesbury Vale District Council Cabinet Member for Environment Sir Beville Stanier, speaking on behalf of the Waste Partnership for Buckinghamshire, said:

"The site of this offence is isolated, and within yards of the Household Recycling Centre. Despite being at night, our camera was able to allow identification of the offender - showing that cover of darkness will no longer allow fly tippers to avoid prosecution."

The case was investigated and prosecuted by Buckinghamshire County Council working on behalf of the Waste Partnership for Buckinghamshire.

Since November 2003 the Waste Partnership for Buckinghamshire has secured over 620 convictions against individuals and companies for illegal dumping and related offences.

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