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Thursday, 23 October 2014

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Carlisle taxi driver denies rape charge

A Carlisle taxi driver has appeared before a judge at the city's crown court accused of rape.

Darius Kowalczyk, 47, is alleged to have committed the offence against a female student.

Kowalczyk, who came to this country from his native Poland six years ago, was assisted in court by a female interpreter.

He pleaded not guilty and was remanded on bail on condition that he lives at his home in Esther Street, Carlisle, and does not contact his alleged victim.

He will go on trial on July 14.

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