Atlanta garbage man thrown in jail after getting to work too early and annoying residents | Daily Mail Online

A garbage collector outside Atlanta has been sentence to 30 days in prison for start his work too early.Kevin McGill, 48, who works for Waste Management Inc, took a guilty plea deal after violating an ordinance in Sandy Springs, north of Atlanta, that bans collections before 7am.He turned 48 on Friday, but reported to a local jail at 6pm after being allowed to serve his time on the weekends so he can still work collecting wealthy residents’ trash so he can support his wife and two children.The bin collector didn’t have a lawyer when he was sentenced and has filed a motion to withdraw his plea, McGill’s new attorney Kimberly Bandoh told Daily Mail Online.Scroll down for video Dropped charges: Kevin McGill, 48, was supposed to serve 30 days in jail after pleading guilty to picking up trash in Sandy Springs, Georgia, before 7am. But Sandy Springs Solicitors Office dropped the charges+3Kevin McGill, 48, will serve 30 days in jail after pleading guilty to picking up trash in Sandy Springs, Georgia, before 7amHowever, the Court Chief Solicitor Bill Riley asked for a 30 day sentence for the offense of picking up trash around 5am in the suburb and the judge granted the stiff penalty.He was sentenced on February 20th at the local courthouse, the running of which has been handed over to private contractors by the city.

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