Pair charged with fly-tipping in Meriden - The Solihull Observer

Pair charged with fly-tipping in Meriden

Solihull Editorial 13th Mar, 2024   0

A PAIR of men have been charged with fly-tipping in Meriden.

Ionut Bancunlea, 33 of Claremont Road in Smethwick, and Adrian Bivolaru, 34 of Parkhill Road in Smethwick, have been charged with offences related to fly-tipping.

Warwickshire Police says this comes following four alleged incidents of depositing waste without an environmental permit – one on Packington Lane in Maxstoke in November, two on Fen End Road in Fen End in June, and in September and one on Maxstoke Lane in Meriden last month.

The alleged incident in Meriden was attended by officers from Warwickshire Police, who reportedly made the two men load the waste back into their vans, which were then seized as evidence.

Bancunlea has been charged on four counts of depositing waste without an environmental permit, and Bivolaru has received two charges of the same offence.

These charges were pursued with the support of the Solihull Council’s Community Safety Investigator.




Bancunclea and Bivolaru will appear in Leamington Spa Magistrates Court on May 10.


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