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Firm accused of 97 offences

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A Spalding lorry firm faces 97 counts of aiding, abetting, counselling and procuring drivers to make false entries on tachograph charts – devices that record a driver’s activity – or a driver card.

The cases against Mason Brothers Transport Ltd, of Pinchbeck Road, were adjourned by Lincoln Magistrates’ Court to a hearing at the same court on September 8 for pleas to be entered.

Drivers also face multiple counts of making either false tachograph entries or failing to record data on a driver card.

Their cases were also adjourned to September 8 for pleas to be entered.

Stuart Richardson (52), of Tollgate, Spalding, faces nine counts of failing to record data on a driver card.

David Wilson (56), of Queen’s Close, Donington, Stephen Chenery (54), of Wignal’s Gate, Holbeach, and Adam Foy (46), of Roman Bank, Holbeach Bank, each face ten counts of making false entries on tachograph charts.

 
 
 

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