A MAN charged with the murder of a Flintshire mum-of-two and two counts of attempted murder was today (Tuesday, July 13) remanded in custody.
Krystian Krysztof Rozek, 27 of Cae Hir, Flint, appeared at a three-minute hearing at Flintshire magistrates’ court in Mold this morning.
Rozek is charged with the murder of 29-year-old Monika Wasko, of Cae Hir, who worked as a cleaner in the local council offices.
He is further charged with with the attempted murders of her husband, Rafael Wasko, 33, and an 11-year-old boy.
The boy remains in a critical condition at a Liverpool hospital. An order was made that he should not be identified.
All three are alleged to have suffered stab wounds.
The case was adjourned for a preliminary hearing on July 16.
Chris Jesse, defending, did not apply for bail, saying the issue would be dealt with at a bail hearing fixed before Judge Merfyn Hughes QC at Caernarfon Crown Court tomorrow.
The defendant, who followed proceedings with the aid of a Polish interpreter, said nothing apart from confirming his personal details.
He sat in the secure dock with one custody officer, and was dressed in a blue tracksuit.
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