A WOMAN has been fined more than £1,100 for failing to help with an investigation into flytipping in Romsey.

Natalie Wild, of Fritham Road, in Southampton, was charged with failing to comply with a section 108 requirement specifying powers of enforcing authorities.

West Hampshire Magistrates' Court heard that on or about April 20 she failed to attend an interview held by Test Valley Borough Council that was investigating a fly tip on land at Lee Lane, Romsey.

The charged was proved in her absence at the case, heard on July 8.

She was fined £700. She must also pay a £70 surcharge to fund victim services and costs of £350, totalling £1,120.


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