Tip Leads Police To Fugitive at Coastal Hotel

By Jim McCoy Wed 13th March NewsLincoln Citymurder suspectRobert Boysen
An alert Oregon seaside motel employee helped police capture a Washington state man suspected of killing his grandparents after they picked him up from prison and hosted a welcome home party for him. A property manager at the WestShore OceanFront Suites in Lincoln City recognized Michael Boysen's face and name after seeing him on television and called police early Tuesday morning. Police used a robot equipped with a video camera and a microphone to communicate with the 26-year-old Boysen Tuesday in hopes of persuading him to surrender. When officers finally entered the room, they found him lying on the floor on his back with apparently self-inflicted cuts. He was flown to Legacy Emanuel Medical Center in Portland where nursing supervisor Judy Pahl said Wednesday his condition had been upgraded from critical to serious.

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