Murder Suspect Wears Loincloth, Crown of Branches to Food Bank — Wanna Guess If They Recognized Him? [PHOTO]
An Oregon man wanted as a murder suspect for a 2013 killing eluded police last week. Police broadcast his face everywhere seeking the public’s help. A food bank worker recognized him last Wednesday and called 911. But he didn’t make it that hard.
Barefoot and shirtless, Daniel Joseph Martinson walked into the food bank to request a meal dressed only in a leather loin cloth, belt, and crown made of conifer tree branches.
Not exactly inconspicuous.
Update: Photo taken shortly after arrest of Josephine County murder suspect Daniel Martinson this AM in Cave Junction pic.twitter.com/BVMDkshcPB
— Oregon State Police (@ORStatePolice) July 23, 2014