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For Immediate Release

July 28, 2011 Senior Inspector Nolan Sasaki,
District of Hawaii (808) 620-1366
Unregistered Sex Offender Arrested by U.S. Marshals Task Force

Honolulu, HI – On July 27, 2011 at approximately 6:00 pm, members of the U.S. Marshals Service Hawaii Fugitive Task Force arrested Daniel Seyler (age 48 of Honolulu) at a residence on Komomai Drive in Pearl City.  Seyler is a convicted sex offender and was wanted on two counts of Failure to Comply With Covered Offender Registration requirements.  He was arrested without incident by Deputy US Marshals and State Deputy Sheriffs.  Seyler is required to register as a sex offender for life and must keep law enforcement updated of his whereabouts.  Seyler has 113 previous arrests with 56 convictions for crimes ranging from sex assault 1, sex assault 3, assault 2, abuse of a household member, parole violation, and criminal contempt of court.  Seyler was booked into the State Sheriff’s receiving desk and was taken to the HPD Central Receiving pending court appearance.  Seyler is currently being supervised by the State of Hawaii Adult Client Services Domestic Violence Unit.  The US Marshals Service Task Force works closely with the State Attorney General’s Office and State Adult Client Services to track down and prosecute unregistered sex offenders living in our community.

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