Valentine’s Day: Slough residents’ crimes committed on February 14


It’s a day for love, romance, expensive flowers, even more expensive greetings cards and last-minute table reservations.

But not for some.

We’ve had a look back through our archives to find convicts who committed crimes on Valentine’s Day in 2021.

Only two names appeared — which is a reassuring sign — but for the convicted pair last year’s Valentine’s Day will probably be a day to forget.

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Here are their names and why they appeared in court.

ANDRZEJ KARCZEWSKI, of The Crescent, Slough, paid a huge bill for his reckless driving on Valentine’s Day last year.

The 35-year-old was caught speeding on Windsor Road, Slough — a 30mph road.

Karczewski’s speed was recorded at a staggering 55mph.

To make matters worse, the Slough man was driving without insurance and without a licence.

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Appearing at Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on August 24, 2021, Karczewski was handed huge fines.

He received a £600 fine for driving without insurance, a £200 fine for driving without a licence, and a £600 fine for speeding.

Alongside the £230 he was forced to pay in court costs, Karzewski was ordered to pay £1,630 in total for his Valentine’s Day misadventure.

He was also hit with a six-month driving ban.

FISAL REHMAN, of Pemberton Road, Slough, was also in trouble for driving offences recorded on Valentine’s Day last year.

The 43-year-old was caught drink driving and driving dangerously on Pemberton Road.

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On February 14, 2021, Rehman was recorded as having 95 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath — the limit being 35mcg per 100ml.

He was caught after driving dangerously in a Mercedes E Class.

Appearing at Slough Magistrates’ Court on September 3, 2021, Rehman was handed a community order requiring him to take part in up to 15 rehabilitation activity days.

He was also banned from driving for 18 months.

In addition to this, he was fined £250 and made to pay £180 in court fees.

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