Council prosecutes 100th motorist for parking badge fraud in Rotherham

A man who used his mother’s blue badge to park in Rotherham when she wasn’t with him became the 100th person to be successfully prosecuted for misusing the free parking permits.

Houman Raki, aged 25, of Warren Avenue, Rawmarsh, used his mother’s blue badge to park his car for free in a pay and display bay on Westgate.

Blue badges are awarded to disabled people to allow them or their carers to park in places where there would otherwise be restrictions.

Raki, who did not attend his hearing at Rotherham Magistrates’ Court, became the 100th motorist to be successfully prosecuted for blue badge fraud by by Rotherham Council since 2010.

He was fined £220 and ordered to pay costs of £300.

Read on… http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/council-prosecutes-100th-motorist-for-parking-badge-fraud-in-rotherham-1-8138529

Blue Badge prosecution for Rawmarsh man

A MAN who used his mother’s blue badge to park in Rotherham when she was not with him has become the 100th person to be successfully prosecuted by council officials in the town for misusing a blue badge parking badge.

Houman Raki (25), of Warren Avenue, Rawmarsh, was found guilty in his absence of using his mother’s blue badge to park his car in a pay-and-display parking bay on Westgate in January.

Read on… http://www.rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk/news/104544/blue-badge-prosecution-for-rawmarsh-man.aspx

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One Response to Council prosecutes 100th motorist for parking badge fraud in Rotherham

  1. S Thornton says:

    I think I have seen something on here before about a Barron, and one rule for one and one rule for another, could be mistaken !!.

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