Sharonville Police arrested a Blue Ash man on domestic violence and abduction charges late Tuesday night. This is the second time in five months that 23 year old Daniel Arszman has faced those charges, involving alleged threats to the mother of his child.
Investigators said that Arszman met Alexandra Marjanovic, at the McDonald's on Hauck Road to discuss their daughter and for a property exchange. According to court documents, during the conversation, Arszman became upset and threatened to kill Marjanovic. He ordered her out of her car, showing what looked to be a handgun tucked in his pants. Police said he then forced Marjanovic into his vehicle. He told her if she attempted to get help, he would "kill her fast" as he placed the barrel of the gun in her back.
Arszman then allegedly ordered Marjanovic to drive to a park in Evendale, near Glendale-Milford Road and Route 42. During their drive, according to documents, Arszman demanded that Marjanovic tell him she loved him and would give him another chance. He asked if she wanted to go to Rest Heaven Cemetery where his grandfather was buried and made Marjanovic believe he would kill her and himself.
Once at the park, Arszman made her move close so he could hold her and calm her down. Once she made the promises he demanded, documents say Arszman drove Marjanovic back to her vehicle at the McDonalds, and told her not to go to police. He then followed her.
A friend noticed she was overdue from coming home from work and saw Arszman following Marjanovic. The friend dialed 911.
The 911 operator then called Marjanovic's phone and instructed her to drive to the Sharonville Police parking lot. Arszman followed her there but left when he saw four police officers waiting in the lot.
Police called Arszman on his cell phone and told him to return to the police station where he was read his Miranda rights. There police said he admitted to threatening Marjanovic and told officers he had a bb gun. He lead officers to where he had thrown the gun from a bridge on Sharon Road. The bb gun was recovered. He was then transported to the Hamilton County Detention Center.
In January, Arszman was involved in a similar incident with Marjanovic. He went to her Blue Ash home, held her at knife point and took their then 15-month-old daughter. Arszman was charged with abduction and felonious assault. He was indicted by a Hamilton County Grand Jury in February.
Those charges were dropped earlier this month because a prosecution witness refused to show up.