Q: Where is Daniel Marsh serving his time.
A: Daniel William Marsh was convicted of first-degree murder in the brutal April 2013 stabbing deaths of a Davis couple.
Marsh was 15 when he killed 87-year-old Oliver Northup and his 78-year-old wife Claudia Maupin in their home on Cowell Boulevard. Northup was an attorney and popular local folk musician. Maupin was a pastoral associate and spiritual director at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis. The two were discovered dead April 14 after they failed to show for a memorial service and a later engagement where Northup was scheduled to perform with his folk band.
Marsh was arrested two months later. He sought to be found not guilty by reason of insanity, but jurors determined that he was sane at the time of the killings.
Marsh was 17 when he was sentenced in December 2014 to 52 years to life in prison for the slayings. Although tried as an adult, he was remanded to Yolo County juvenile custody until he turned 18.
Now 18 years old, Marsh is at the R.J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego, according to an online roster of California prison inmates.