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Edward Patrick Davies, A suspect has been arrested in the murder of Del Norte County Sheriff’s Deputy Deanna Esmaeel, mother of Sandlot actor Marty York.
Esmaeel was found dead in her home Thursday morning, shortly after which the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office announced in a Facebook post that she was searching for her boyfriend, Daniel James Walter. The department has now announced that the suspect has been arrested in the state of Oregon. “The suspect was located and detained by Brookings Police and is in custody in Curry County, Oregon,” a Friday night update from the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office read. The arrest comes after the department shared a wanted poster and images of the 54-year-old suspect, also known as Edward Patrick Davies, on social media. While Walter, who legally changed his name in July 2023 to Davies, was last seen in Crescent City, California, before his arrest, he was ultimately taken into custody in Curry County, which is approximately 70 miles from the scene of the murder and a trip of less than 2 hours by car.
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The suspect is listed on the Curry County Jail online roster as Edward Patrick Davies, with an “unknown” release date. His offense is listed as “FUGITIVE FROM ANOTHER STATE.” On Friday, before Walter was taken into custody, York shared “the hardest post I’ll ever have to write” on his Instagram page, encouraging his followers to contact authorities if they saw the suspect. “Last night I found out at the sheriff’s department that my mother was murdered by a man she was dating,” wrote the actor, who played Alan “Yeah-Yeah” McClennan in The Sandlot. “The emotions I have are horrible right now between anger, revenge, crying. There is a nationwide manhunt underway, please, if you have seen this man, contact the authorities immediately.”
“I just want my mom back,” he added in the comments section. In 2021, Esmaeel was sworn in as a deputy with the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office, and the office documented the ceremony on her Facebook page at the time, along with a picture of her being sworn in. “In 2016, she saw a recruitment flyer featuring a female law enforcement officer and decided it was time for her to make her life’s goal a reality,” the publication noted about Esmaeel, who previously worked in the film industry. “She believes that the culmination of her life experiences has prepared her to perform well as a representative,” she added. “She said, ‘It’s time for her to take everything I’ve learned in my life and help other people.'” On Friday, Sheriff Scott shared via a department Facebook post that the department is “deeply heartbroken by the loss of Deputy Esmaeel.”b “Our hearts and prayers go out to her family, friends and co-workers,” he added.