Community service for farmer who dumped waste on motorway - DutchNews.nl
A 42-year-old man from Oost-Gelre in Gelderland has been given 80 hours community service and a suspended prison sentence for dumping rubbish on the A18 motorway during the radical farmers’ protests, news website Nu.nl has reported. Tim K will only serve 72 hours community service because he had been held in custody for eight hours after his arrest. The sentence was passed down at a fast track hearing in Arnhem on Thursday. He was also ordered t…
Farmer who dumped garbage on A18 gets eighty hour community service
The 42-year-old Tim K. from the Gelderland municipality of East Guelders was sentenced on Thursday to eighty hours community service and a suspended prison sentence of one week for dumping waste on the A18 near Westendorp. That sentence was imposed on him by the Arnhem court during rapid justice proceedings.
Community service for waste dumping during peasant protest
A 42-year-old man from the municipality of East Guelders has been sentenced to 72 hours of community service and a one-week suspended prison sentence for his part in dumping waste at an A18 exit near Varsseveld. That happened during a peasant protest late last month.
Community service for waste dumping during peasant protest: 'I had a feeling powerless'
Een 42-jarige man uit de gemeente Oost-Gelre heeft 80 uur werkstraf en een voorwaardelijke celstraf van een week opgelegd gekregen voor zijn aandeel in het dumpen van afval op een afrit van de A18 bij Varsseveld. Dat gebeurde tijdens een boerenprotest eind vorige maand.