Manager of Oregon Coast Hotel Recalls the Stay of Murder Suspect
LINCOLN CITY, Ore. (AP) — The co-manager of a Lincoln City, Ore., motel recalls the man who checked in as chatty and friendly, paying with cash and saying he was on a road trip.
Leah Kallimanis says Michael Boysen showed his ID on Monday and signed his real name.
It was not until early Tuesday morning, as she and her husband and co-manager, Adrian Kallimanis, watched TV news and reviewed the previous day's guest log, that she realized the man was suspected of killing his grandparents in the Seattle area.
She told KATU-TV she saw the photo, saw the name and said, "Oh my gosh, he's here!"
The couple immediately called police. Boysen was captured after a daylong standoff at the WestShore OceanFront Suites.
He is hospitalized for treatment of self-inflicted cuts.