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Santa Cruz Homicide Victim Identified as Unsheltered 37-Year-Old Man

SANTA CRUZ (CBS SF) — Police identified the victim of Santa Cruz’s first homicide of the year an unsheltered 37-year-old man Wednesday.

Daniel Worth Hartley, who moved to Santa Cruz in 2019 from Pennsylvania, was pronounced dead at the scene in the 700 block of Emeline Avenue at about 6 a.m. Sunday.

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Police were called to the scene and found Hartley had suffered blunt force trauma to his head.

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Detectives have collected surveillance footage from the immediate area and are looking into Hartley’s time in the city to develop additional leads and determine a possible motive, police said.

The Santa Cruz Police Department is urging those with information about the case to contact Detective Connor Bridges at (831) 420-5830 or to leave information on an anonymous crime tip line at (831) 420-5995.

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SANTA CRUZ — A man found dead on Emeline Avenue early Sunday has been identified by the Santa Cruz Police Department.

Daniel Worth Hartley, 37, is believed to have died of blunt force trauma to the head. He was found dead around 6 a.m. Sunday on the 700 block of Emeline Avenue.

Hartley originally resided in Pennsylvania and though his exact living conditions were unknown Wednesday, he appeared to have been living without shelter in Santa Cruz for the past year and a half, Santa Cruz police Lt. Arnold Vasquez said.

Detectives have been following up on leads and scouring through hours of video surveillance footage from the area since Sunday but had no details related to a possible suspected killer to release, Vasquez said.

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Hartley’s death was the city’s first homicide of the year for the city of Santa Cruz and the third of the year for Santa Cruz County. The two prior homicides were both in Watsonville. Octavio Varela Gutierrez, 30, of Watsonville, was shot while in a vehicle on South Green Valley Road. Francisco Mora Castillo Jr., 19, of Freedom, was found dead of a gunshot wound near the railroad tracks on Walker Street.

This investigation is on-going and the Santa Cruz Police Department is asking anyone with information about the case to contact detective Connor Bridges at 831-420-5830 or to leave information on the anonymous Crime Tip Line at 831-420-5995.

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UPDATE 5/5/2021 5:05 p.m. Santa Cruz Police say a juvenile suspect has been arrested in connection to the death of Daniel Hartley on January 17, 2021.

The department said in early April, detectives received a tip on a 16-year-old suspect, and further investigations led them to discover critical evidence linking the suspect to the murder.

An arrest warrant was obtained and Santa Cruz Police asked for assistance from the Polk County Sheriffs Department and Livingston Police Department in Texas. The suspect was later arrested on April 15, 2021 in Livingston, Texas.

At the time of the murder however, the suspect was a Santa Cruz County resident, so the suspect was extradited back to Santa Cruz on April 29, 2021 and booked into the Santa Cruz County Juvenile Hall.

Anyone with information about this case is asked to call Santa Cruz Police Detective
Connor Bridges at (831) 420-5830 or call the anonymous Crime Tip Line at (831) 420-5995.

UPDATE 1/20/2021 12 p.m. The Santa Cruz Police Department has identified the victim of the city's first homicide of the year as they try to identify the motive behind it.

The victim of the homicide on Emeline Avenue Sunday is identified as 37-year-old Daniel Worth Hartley. Police say he is originally from Pennsylvania and may have only lived in the Santa Cruz area since 2019.

Police say his living conditions are not known, but they believe he was unsheltered. He died from blunt force trauma to the head.

Since Sunday, the department said detectives have been going through surveillance video and looking into Hartley's background to develop leads and find a motive.

Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Connor Bridges at 831-420-5830. To remain anonymous, call 831-420-5995.

PREVIOUS STORY: The Santa Cruz Police Department is asking for the public's help after a homicide at about 6 a.m. Sunday.

Officers responded to a report of a man down in the 700 block of Emeline Avenue in Santa Cruz, and when they got there, they found him with serious injuries. He was pronounced dead when they arrived.

Detectives investigated throughout the morning, but police say the victim's identity is not known and they do not know the motive yet. Police said the man appears to be between 50 and 60 years old.

Investigators have been looking at video surveillance from the area and following up on leads, but have not identified a suspect so far.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Santa Cruz Police Investigations Unit at 831-420-5820. To remain anonymous, call 831-420-5995.

This is the first homicide in the city in 2021.

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SANTA CRUZ, CA — A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the killing of Daniel Worth Hartley, 37.

The teen has not been named because he is a minor, Santa Cruz police said in a statement. He faces a homicide charge. The possible motive remains under investigation, police said.

Police made the arrest after receiving a tip about the teen, who was in Harris County in Texas at the time of his arrest. Detectives investigated and obtained a warrant to arrest him. He was taken into custody thanks to help from the Harris County Sheriff's Office, police said.

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Hartley was a Pennsylvania native who was found dead early on the morning of Saturday, January 17 in the 700 block of Emeline Ave. in Santa Cruz. He was the city's first murder victim of 2021 and suffered blunt-force trauma to his head, police said.

Hartley is believed to have been unhoused and had lived in Santa Cruz since 2019.

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SANTA CRUZ POLICE

DEPARTMENT

155 Center Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

MEDIA RELEASE

DATE/TIME:January 20, 2021

TOPIC: UPDATE-Homicide Investigation


LOCATION:700 Block of Emeline Ave.

CASENUMBER:21S-00350

 

INVOLVEDSUBJECTS:

 

VICTIM:

 

SUSPECT(S):

Name:Daniel Worth Hartley

 

Name:Unknown

DOB:06/28/1983

 

Arrests: None

 INFORMATION

On Sunday, January 17, 2021, at approximately 6:00 a.m., Santa Cruz Police Officers were dispatched to a call of a report of a male subject down in the 700 block of Emeline Avenue in the city of Santa Cruz, Ca. When Officers arrived on scene they located a male subject who had sustained serious injuries and was pronounced dead upon arrival.

The victim has since been identified as Daniel Worth Hartley (37).  Mr. Hartley is originally from Pennsylvania and appears to have only been in the Santa Cruz area since 2019. Mr. Hartley’s living conditions are unknown, but he was believed to have been unsheltered. The nature of Mr. Hartley’s injuries consisted of blunt force trauma to his head area.

Santa Cruz Police Detectives have been working tirelessly on the case since Sunday, January 17, 2021. Detectives have been piecing together video surveillance footage collected from the immediate area. Detectives are exhaustively looking into Mr. Hartley’s history during his time in Santa Cruz in an effort to develop additional leads and determine a motive.

The Santa Cruz Police Department would like to thank all those in the community who have provided information in relation to this investigation. This investigation is on-going and the Santa Cruz Police Department encourages anyone with information about this case to contact Santa Cruz Police Department Detective Connor Bridges at (831) 420-5830 or leave information on the anonymous Crime Tip Line at (831) 420-5995.

 BACKGROUND 

On Sunday, January 17, 2021, at approximately 6:00 a.m., Santa Cruz Police Officers were dispatched to a call of a report of a male subject down in the 700 block of Emeline Avenue in the city of Santa Cruz, Ca. When Officers arrived on scene they located a male subject who had sustained serious injuries and was pronounced dead upon arrival.

Santa Cruz Police Detectives were called to the scene and continued the investigation throughout the morning hours.  The victim’s identity is unknown at this time and a motive has yet to be determined. Detectives are sifting through surrounding video surveillance and following up on initial leads, however no suspect(s) have been identified.  This is the city’s first homicide of the year.

This investigation is on-going and the Santa Cruz Police Department encourages anyone with information about this case to contact the Santa Cruz Police Department Investigations Unit (831) 420- 5820 or leave information on the anonymous Crime Tip Line at (831) 420-5995.

 UPDATE-Homicide Investigation 21S-00350

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For additional information, contact: Lieutenant Arnold Vasquez                                  Phone: (831) 420-5856

Anonymoustips can also be sent to the police department through our Tip Line (831) 420-5995, or from our Website;   www.santacruzpolice.com . Tipsters can also submit an anonymous tip via our smartphone app or from an SMS text. Visit our website for instructions.

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