Holyhead man to pay more than £800 after not paying train fare

A MAN from Holyhead was fined after he was found guilty of not paying his train fare.

Jody Thorney-Hughes, 20, of Old Station Road, Kingsland, was accused of being at Exeter St Davids station on December 9, 2021 without having previously paid his £140 fare and with intent to avoid such payment.

A guilty verdict was proved in absence at Plymouth District Magistrates’ Court yesterday (March 21).

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Mr Thorney-Hughes was ordered to pay a fine of £440, as well as compensation of £140, the value of the fare he failed to pay.

He was also told to pay a victim surcharge of £44, and £180 towards the prosecution costs.

This amounted to a total of £804, which he was told to pay by April 18.

North Wales Chronicle | Anglesey