Organisers of planned car cruise hit with fines by High Court

Two women who breached a Black Country-wide ban on car cruising by organising a gathering have been hit with fines and costs totalling £3,000 by the High Court.

 

Chloe Kendrick, 19, of Childs Avenue in Bilston, and Devon Roden, 25, of Highbridge Road, Netherton, admitted breaching an injunction when they planned a meeting in Dudley on Sunday 23 April, 2017.

 

The injunction, which came into force in 2015, prohibits people from taking part in a car cruise anywhere within the four Black Country boroughs – Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and the City of Wolverhampton – or from promoting, organising or publicising such an event.

 

Kendrick and Roden appeared before His Honour Judge McKenna, sitting as a High Court judge at Birmingham District Registry, on Thursday (1 June, 2017).

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