Wife, 27, is charged with murdering her husband, 32, who was found stabbed to death in street hours after her birthday party
- Adam Krozolinowski, 32, was found with deadly stab wounds in a Grimsby street
- His wife, Anna, has been charged with his murder at Grimsby Magistrates’ court
- The couple had celebrated her 27th birthday with family and friends that day
- Residents described them as a ‘happy couple’ and called the events a ‘tragedy’
The wife of a Grimsby father-of-two, who was found dead in the street hours after a ‘normal’ family birthday party, has been charged with his murder.
Adam Krozolinowski, 32, died from his stab wounds on Saturday night after a birthday party for his wife, Anna Krozolinowski, 27, ended in turmoil.
The Polish couple had been celebrating her 27th birthday that day with a garden party at their Duncombe Street home with family, friends and neighbours.
But hours later, Adam was found with stab wounds a short distance away on Freeman Street, and later died in hospital.
Adam Krozolinowski, 32, (bottom) was found with deadly stab wounds in Freeman Street in Grimsby, just hours after a party celebrating his wife (top) Anna’s 27th birthday
The couple, originally from Poland, had two young daughters together and recently celebrated their second wedding anniversary
The couple, who had two daughters together, were known to nearby residents as a ‘happy family’.
One neighbour who attended Ms Krozolinowski’s party said things seemed ‘normal when we were sat in their garden’.
‘Adam was a good, loving dad to their kids, they were always well looked after.
‘He was a very hard worker, you would often see him setting off for a long 6am shift at a seafood factory.
‘We were sat out there all afternoon and when I got tired, he carried me back to my house which made me laugh.
A police cordon is set up near the couple’s home in Duncombe Gardens, Grimsby on Saturday, April 24. Neighbours described Adam and Anna’s relationship as ‘happy’ and ‘normal’
‘Everyone had been really happy. I remember thinking what a lovely day it had been.
‘I heard shouting shortly after and when I woke up later that evening, there were police officers outside, but I never dreamed anything like that had happened.
‘It’s such a tragedy to happen right on your doorstep. Those poor children.’
The family, who lived with Anna’s mother, had moved into their home four years ago, and had been in Grimsby since 2015.
As police closed nearby roads, devastated residents shared their shock – ‘They were a nice, normal family, you wouldn’t expect them to be involved in anything like this’
The couple had just celebrated their second wedding anniversary.
Adam and Anna were often seen socialising with other members of the Polish community, enjoying a drink outside their home.
Another Duncombe Steet resident added: ‘They were a nice, normal family, you wouldn’t expect them to be involved in anything like this.
‘They often walked their dog at the same time and stopped for a chat – the idea that someone you saw everyday is gone will take a while to sink in.’
Ms Krozolinowski appeared in Grimsby Magistrates’ Court on Monday morning charged with her husband’s murder and being in possession of a knife.
She has been remanded in custody until her next court date on April 28.