Two more suspected criminals wanted in Europe have been arrested in the UK and facing extradition
TWO more suspected criminals wanted in Europe have been found living in the UK.
Elmer Horvath, 57, of an unknown address appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Saturday, October 8.
He was arrested on a European Arrest Warrant from Hungary for the offence of assault.
He was remanded in custody after being refused bail due to the nature and seriousness of the offence and his likelihood of absconding.
The case was adjourned until later this month when he will be able to make a second bail application.
Also appearing at the same court on Saturday was Krzysztof Kamil Kolec, 34, (top and middle image) from Meadow Street, Barnsley, South Yorkshire.
He was arrested on a European Arrest Warrant from Poland for the offences of "numerous Thefts, Violent Robbery and Fraud."
He was remanded in custody until October 14, but is expected to be released on conditional bail.
A record of the court hearing said that he is expected to be released on bail until January 19 2023 provided a security of £1,000 is paid to the court, his passport is retained by police, and he is under an electronically-monitored curfew between 10pm and 4am daily at his home address.
He must also not enter any ports, airports or travel hubs or apply for international travel documents or be in possession of any.