42-year-old man charged with breaking ULEZ cameras after ’96 crime victims’
Police launched ‘active investigation’ in response to ’96 crime damage cases’, 42-year-old man charged with ULEZ camera damage
- Joseph Nichols, 42, of Sidcup, was charged with vandalism
- Sadiq Khan Plans To Expand His Hated Plans From August 29th
Nearly 96 ULEZ cameras were allegedly targeted across the capital, and a man was charged with damaging the ULEZ cameras.
Sidcup’s Joseph Nichols, 42, has been charged with vandalism and handling stolen property, as well as aiding or abetting the destruction or damage of property valued at more than £5,000. evening standard.
The charges were handed over to the next agency. Police station at Bromley Transportation in Londonthey are now launching an “aggressive operation” to crack down on the attack.
Sadik KhanThe ULEZ expansion plan will force Londoners in all boroughs to pay £12.50 per day to drive within the capital from 29 August if their vehicles do not meet certain environmental standards.
This comes after dissatisfaction with the scheme prompted Londoners to start stealing protest cameras.
Nearly 100 ULEZ cameras targeted across capital, 42-year-old man charged with damaging ULEZ cameras
The Sadiq Khan loathing plan will force Londoners in all boroughs to pay £12.50 per day to drive in the capital from 29 August if their cars do not meet certain environmental standards. be
A total of 96 criminal damage claims against the cameras have been passed on to Bromley’s Metropolitan Police by Transport for London.
one Activist group vowed to get rid of ‘everyone’ They are watching some of the cameras, and one of the members claims to have filmed 34 himself.
Nichols appeared in Bromley Magistrate’s Court on May 11 and was released on bail to appear at a later date, though a date has yet to be set.
Police Superintendent Daniel Smith said he was leading the damage investigation, saying, “We have been aggressively targeting people we suspect have caused or attempted to cause damage.” rice field.
“We are conducting a thorough investigation, which includes collecting CCTV, talking to potential witnesses, and tracking down potential leads.”
“We are also working with TfL to prevent further violations in the future.”
Police are urging anyone with information to assist the investigation to call 101 or tweet @MetCC and quote Canadian Dollar 4279/10MAY.
Alternatively, contact the independent charity CrimeStoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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