A34 food vendor caught selling illegally for second time

Osgur Kayoglu, of Thornfield Drive, Swindon, was caught on January 23, February 6 and 26 selling food from a VW Crafter van in a layby between the A415 Marcham Road and Shippen, a minor road near Abington. , March 28 and April 2.

At Oxford Magistrates’ Court on May 31, the 49-year-old was ordered to pay a total of £6,380 – an £800 fine for each count, a £1,600 victim surcharge and £780 court costs.

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The 49-year-old did not appear for the hearing.

Earlier on January 12 this year, Kayoglu was already found guilty of not trading illegally at the same place 6 times between September 19 and December 2 last year.

At the time, they were ordered to pay a total of £9,087 – £1,000 for each count plus a victim surcharge of £2,000 and court costs of £9,087.

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Speaking after the first criminal case, Councilor Helen Biggles, Cabinet Member for Community Health and Wellbeing at Vale of White Horse District Council, said: “Consent is vital to ensure we control the safety of food sold to the public and to the public. Food was served from it.

„Those who violate the rules may endanger the public, whose safety is our priority, while undermining licensed street vendors who have followed the correct procedure.

„I hope this case will serve as a warning to others that they do not need to obtain the necessary street trading consent.”

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