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Operator and six drivers face 103 hours offences

4th October 1974, Page 16
4th October 1974
Page 16
Page 16, 4th October 1974 — Operator and six drivers face 103 hours offences
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Keywords : Dartford, Law / Crime

SIX DRIVERS and their Braddon and Sons (Hauliers) Ltd, of Dartford, faced 103 charges Df infringeing the hours regulations laid down in Part 6 of the Transport Act 1968, when they appeared at Dartford magistrates' court his week.

At the first day's hearing, 1,ichard James Johnson, a !river of the firm, was found ;uilty of failing to keep a :urrent record of work, and ailing to take an interval of est for his meal. Mr Johnon, of 22 Cedar Close, ;wanley, was fined £45. tonald William Field, of 56 )over Road, Northfleet, /as found guilty of seven harges of exceeding the periitted working day, and was fined £40. Derek Charles Hudson, of 67 Denton Road, Welling, was found guilty of 15 charges of making false entry on his log sheets, and was fined £74 plus £10 costs. John Edward Ward, of 18 Riverside Court, St Mary's Cray, was found guilty of three charges of failing to keep a current record of work, and was fined £28.

Charges were still to he heard against John Herbert, Joseph Patrick Cuddy, and the firm, Braddon and Sons. on Wednesday.

The case arises from a Department of the Environment silent check on the depot of Braddon and Sons at Dartford.


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