Fugitive Arrested after Skipping Out on Bond


On Wednesday, April 12th, FCSO’s Problem Area Crime Enforcement (PACE) Unit and the Daytona Beach Police Department’s Violent Crime Apprehension Team (VCAT) arrested Danial Marashi after he learned he had two outstanding felony warrants and failed to turn himself in.

On Wednesday, FCSO PACE detectives determined Marashi was in Daytona Beach and with the assistance of Daytona Beach Police Department’s VCAT team and their Special Investigations Unit (SIU), he was arrested. He was booked into Volusia County Branch Jail (VCBJ).

Marashi was a Flagler County fugitive who was wanted on two warrants after failing to appear for drug charges and leaving the scene of a crash with injuries.

Marashi is no stranger to law enforcement. He was previously the “victim” of a home-invasion shooting, but he has previously been arrested multiple times for various drug possession, drug trafficking, domestic violence and gun charges. During this arrest, he was found in possession of paraphernalia and approximately 7 grams of Oxycodone, 1,568 grams of cannabis, 26.8 grams of Roxybond pills and 95 grams of THC wax, all with the intent to sell. DBPD also seized $3,902, and he was additionally charged for trafficking hydromorphone. He is being held on a $45,500 bond for DBPD charges and no bond on the Flagler County warrants.

“This guy is a dirtbag and will never learn his lesson. It’s time he goes to prison,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “Let this also be a warning to those who think they flee from the courts to evade justice. We will use every resource available to track you down and bring you back to Flagler County to face the charges against you. A special thank you to the Daytona Beach Police Department for their assistance in apprehending this fugitive.”

By Kim Hunt

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