Murderer stabs friend to death and then falls asleep in the garden of the stranger.


Arkadiusz Kaczmarek murdered his roommate and his single parent after a night of drinking and claimed that he was so drunk that he did not remember stabbing him several times in their house.

A murderer fell asleep in a stranger’s front yard after stabbing his friend and walking the streets with a bloody knife.

Shocking footage shows the 22-year-old police chief leading to the father’s body, but claims he was so drunk that he cannot remember the attack.

On the night of the murder, Friday, May 1, they had gone to a mini-market together and bought a bottle of vodka.

Chester Crown Court learned that the men, both of Polish descent, first met in February when the former moved into the two-story house in the middle of the terrace.

The 22-year-old was found covered in blood when he woke up before the body of 47-year-old Slawomir Kulesza was found by police in the kitchen of the Blakemere Court house in Ellesmere Port on Saturday, May 2.

Around 1:05 a.m. a surveillance camera recorded Kaczmarek walking down Westminster Road with a kitchen knife.

A neighbor was awakened by loud noises at his address around 1:00 a.m.

A passer-by saw him and informed the owner of the house.

After he had disposed of it at the foot of a metal fence he had climbed over, he fell asleep in the front garden of a house on Worcester Walk.

The two confronted Kaczmarek, who fled the area on foot before being stopped in the police car by the two officers around 3 a.m.

Afterwards, the officers communicated with him via an online translation service, determined his whereabouts and took him home.

They tried to question Kaczmarek about blood on his clothes, but found that he spoke very little English.

When they arrived, Kaczmarek told them that he lived there with a friend who slept in the house.

The officers went inside to make sure that Kaczmarek and his friend were safe.

After searching the house and finding Slawomir lying on his back in a pool of blood, they began to resuscitate him and called an ambulance.

They also wanted to see Kaczmarek’s identity card….


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