Men fined for hare coursing near Boston | Lincolnshire Echo


Men fined for hare coursing near Boston

Lincolnshire Echo: October 10, 2014

Four men have been found guilty of trespassing in pursuit of game near Boston.

The men, all from the Manchester area, committed the offence at Westville on November 9 last year.

Shane Fury, 23, of Moss Lane, Syal, Manchester, Andrew Patrick Lee, 22, of Duchy Road, Salford, Hosea Burton, 26, of Stones Meadow, Carrington, Manchester, and Chasiah Burton, of Stones Meadow, Carrington, Manchester, were sentenced at Boston Magistrates Court on October 6.

Fury was disqualified from driving for six months, fined £400 and ordered to pay costs of £200.

Lee was fined £300 and ordered to pay £200 costs.

Both Hosea and Chasiah Burton were ordered to pay a fine of £200 and costs of £200.

The convictions followed a report from a member of the public who witnessed the men on land with lurcher dogs. The details of the vehicle they were using were passed to police who were able to locate it shortly after.

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One Reply to “Men fined for hare coursing near Boston | Lincolnshire Echo”

  1. Fining filth like this is NOT enough, they should be made to do 3,000 hours of community service possibly at an animal rescue (under supervision) and show them how to treat animals.

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