A 23-year-old woman has been fined a total of £860.55 for dumping a wooden crate full of waste in Bootle.
Hannah Williams, of Lathom Road, Bootle was found guilty in her absence at South Sefton Magistrates Court on March 13 of leaving the household waste in Claremont Close, Bootle in August last year.
Magistrates fined Williams £500 with £310.55 in costs and a £50 victim surcharge.
In separate hearings on March 13 at South Sefton Magistrates Court, three dog owners were fined for failing to get their pets micro-chipped.
Stephanie Lewin, 28, of Lytham Road, Southport was found guilty in her absence and fined a total of £222.
Paul Carney, 29, of Galsworthy Walk, Bootle was also fined £222 in his absence.
Claire Garner, of Worcester Road, Bootle appeared before Magistrates and was fined a total of £100.
Littering cases were also heard on March 13, with four people being fined over £900 for not keeping Sefton clean, green and beautiful.
Chris Graham, 60, of Hayes Lane, Altrincham was found guilty in absence and fined a total of £322.
Lauren Gill, 31, of Mount Pleasant, Waterloo entered a guilty plea by post and was fined £260.
John Perry Forsyth, 58, of Merrilocks Road, Blundellsands was found guilty in absence and fined a total of £322.
A spokesman for Sefton Council said: “We welcome the outcome of these cases.
“People need to think twice before committing an offence, whatever it may be, and court cases like these highlight what can happen if you are caught.”