Euclid man wanted for Christmas Day assault is Fugitive of the Week

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U.S. Marshals allege that, on Christmas Day, Goff got into an argument with a woman which escalated into a brutal beating.

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Goff punched her several times in the face as she sat in a parked car. He then pulled her from the car while she was incapacitated and drove off, leaving her on the street.

The result of the assault left the woman with a dislocated/broken jaw and severe swelling on the side of the face.

Marshals say Goff, 30, is a dangerous felon with an extensive criminal history, including several violent offenses. He is approximately 5' 08" tall and weighs 135 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

Goff has numerous tattoos on both of his arms.

He is known to use the alias Aaron Goff and previously lived on the 25000 block of N. Lakeland Boulevard in Euclid. He is known to frequent the areas surrounding E. 256th Street and Tungsten Avenue in Euclid.

Goff is also known to be in the area of Hart Street and Center Avenue in Mentor.

If you have any information in reference to Daniel Goff, please contact the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at 1-866-4WANTED.

Tipsters can remain anonymous and reward money is available.

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