The Life of Daniel Quiroz
Daniel Quiroz was a loving family man who took great pride in looking out for his nieces and nephews, serving them and his neighbors whenever possible. Additionally, Daniel Quiroz was known for being handy and would provide assistance whenever it was needed.
His coworkers praised him as intelligent and optimistic; his optimism spread quickly throughout the office. Additionally, he was known as an industrious worker who put great effort into every endeavor he was involved with.
Early Life and Education
Quiroz was raised in San Diego, where he attended United High School. Subsequently, he went on to Santa Ana College before transferring to UC Berkeley for his Bachelor’s in history degree.
Quiroz passed peacefully surrounded by family and friends who deeply loved him. According to Marcelo Vercelli, 29-year-old Quiroz was known for being upbeat and positive person.
On March 1, 2021, Quiroz pulled a gun on Harbor Police Officer Cody Horn and engaged in a shootout that resulted in him being wounded – though it appears a bullet deflected off an eyeglass case instead of hitting its target directly. Following this event, Quiroz was charged with attempted murder and assault with a semi-automatic firearm and ultimately found guilty on these counts.
Quiroz was found guilty on one count of attempted murder and three counts of assault with a semiautomatic firearm following his involvement in a March 1 shootout between himself and Harbor police officer Cody Horn near First Avenue and Harbor Drive on March 1. He received an indeterminate prison sentence of 45 years to life imprisonment.
Friends and family alike recall him as being smart, optimistic person who valued education. As the first in his family to attend college, his parents were especially proud that he attended community college before eventually enrolling at UC Berkeley.
Daniela is the recipient of two distinguished editorial awards from Jonathan Oppenheim and 2017 Front Page awards, the former being her Jonathan Oppenheim Editing Award and 2017 Front Page Awards respectively. Most notably she edited “Going Varsity in Mariachi”, a documentary which follows a competitive high school mariachi team in South Texas; additionally she runs a non-profit that provides paid internships to low-income college students living in Brooklyn.
Achievement and Honors
As Evelyn and Daniel grew up in Monterrey, they watched Mexican athletes like Paola Estrada and Casandra Ascencio represent Mexico internationally on an international stage – inspiring them to pursue basketball and baseball respectively as sports. It was during this time when Evelyn and Daniel began gravitating toward these disciplines as hobbies.
Evelyn led Liga Linda Vista team from Monterrey to an appearance in the Little League World Series held in Williamsport, Pennsylvania and earned top scoring and batting honors during that tournament.
Manuel Lopez del Rio, who attended community college before transferring to UC Berkeley alongside Quiroz, remembers him as being upbeat and friendly, always optimistic and with an enormous heart.
Evelyn Quiroz began excelling at basketball and Daniel Jr. baseball; soon, Mexican national sports authorities took notice. Both went on to represent Team Mexico internationally; Evelyn at Little League World Series in Williamsport while Daniel joined Team Chile’s 16U baseball squad for regional tournaments in Chile.
At his sentencing hearing on March 7, the 31-year-old Quiroz was sentenced to 45 years to life for engaging in an altercation last year with Harbor Police Officer Cody Horn near the San Diego Convention Center. Prosecutors claimed Quiroz pulled a gun on Horn during a traffic stop and shot at him instead, injuring an unwitting bystander as well as inflicting shrapnel damage injuring another passerby’s back pocket containing eyeglasses cases.
Quiroz had co-starred alongside Rose Byrne in the comedy Instant Family and made guest appearances on NCIS and Criminal Minds as well. Additionally, he is involved with other film and television projects currently.
SEC filings show he has executed over one trade in the last year. His most notable trade was selling 7,000 units of Ennis stock for over $139,930 on 29 June 2022.
He earned his BSc in Biology and MSc in Biomedical Science from University of Edinburgh before going on to earn his MD at UNIVERSITY SAN MARTIN DE PORRES/ COLLEGE OF MEDICINE in Grandview, WA – becoming an Internal Medicine specialist affiliated with Trios Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Kadlec Regional Medical Center as well as possessing several other medical certifications.