Waste “career criminal” ordered to pay £2.1m
A convicted waste crime offender has been ordered to pay £2,101,708 following a confiscation case at Worcester Crown Court, which concluded on 22 December 2020.John Bruce, from Pershore, was ordered to pay the amount following a case brought by the Environment Agency under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. He has been set a three-month deadline to pay and face
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