Jim Ferry, the former Letterkenny waste company operator, has been given two weeks to present the High Court with detailed information around money he made from illegal dumping in Donegal – or he faces prison.
Ferry, the former operator of Ferry’s Refuse Collection and Ferry’s Refuse Recycling, has been given a fortnight to come up with answers after his case returned to the High Court on Tuesday, the Irish Times reports.
Francis Treanor BL, for Mr Ferry, asked the judge for two more weeks to get the information the council required.
A sum of money and a bank account had been seized and frozen by the Criminal Assets Bureau, he said.
The case will return before Mr Justice Barrett in three weeks.