Two-year ban given to man who pleaded guilty to waste and fraud charges

A man whose brother is on the run after being convicted of fly-tipping offences has himself been given 100 hours of community service for waste offences

McDonagh was made the subject of a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order, ordered to carry out unpaid work and pay £500 in costs. Photograph: IanS/GeographA man has been banned from working in the waste industry for two years after he was caught fly-tipping household waste in the Devon countryside.

John McDonagh was also ordered to carry out 100 hours unpaid work and pay £500 in costs after pleading guilty to waste and fraud charges at Plymouth Magistrates court on 1 November.

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