Who Is Daniel Drill-Mellum? His Parents Details

Daniel Drill-Mellum, a Chaska High School alumni, was convicted of criminal sexual conduct involving two women at the University of Minnesota in 2014.

Richard Drill-Mellum, his father, is a professor in the university’s business school. Likewise, Daniel’s mother is a physician.

Mugshot of  Daniel Drill-Mellum
Mugshot of Daniel Drill-Mellum

From 2011 to 2012, Richard worked as an intern in the Legislative and Cabinet Affairs Department for Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton.

During Daniel’s senior year of high school, he was president of the Minnesota DECA, a business organization for teenagers, an education policy intern for Senator Al Franken, and the co-founder of a clothing firm.

Daniel Drill-Mellum Charges of Minnesota Student: When Was He Arrested?

Daniel Drill-Mellum, 26, is a level 3 predatory offender who pled guilty to two charges of third-degree criminal sexual conduct in 2016 and was sentenced to more than six years in prison.

After traveling to Minnesota for Christmas and his sister’s wedding, Daniel Drill-Mellum got detained on Thursday, January 2, 2016, at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

Picture of Daniel Drill-Mellum
Picture of Daniel Drill-Mellum

He was sentenced to 74 months in prison on August 31, 2016, after pleading guilty to two charges of rape.

Daniel got ordered to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.

Where Is Daniel Drill-Mellum Now?

As of now, Daniel’s whereabouts are unavailable on the web.

Daniel Drill-Mellum, a Level III Predatory Offender, was released from jail on September 29, 2020.

Mellum got relocated to the Watertown Township region of MN 7 and County Rd 155.

Daniel’s hideous crime was featured on an episode of the Dr. Phil Show in November 2016.

Investigation Discovery teamed up with Deadline anchor Tamron Hall to air a program about the case in April 2017.

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