On Wednesday night a man charged with killing his girlfriend in Washington and accused of posting pictures of her dead body online surrendered to an officer in Oregon.
David Kalac, 33, was arrested in Wilsonville, near Portland. After he committed the crime and posted the pictures online, Kalac wrote telling that he wants the authorities to kill him.
David Kalac has been accused and charged with second-degree murder of a 30-year-old woman, Amber Lynn Coplin in Port Orchard from Washington. His bail was set at $2 million after he was transported to Portland.
Kalac, who has a criminal history in Virginia and in the Washington state which includes burglary, DUI and convictions of assault, was already the official’s primary suspect in the murder as stated by the sheriff’s Deputy Scott Wilson. The murderer who posted the pictures online went on to describe how the woman was killed and wrote that he was planning on getting killed by the authorities.
The woman’s body was found by her 13-year-old son. When the police arrived, they found Coplin’s body in the bedroom. Her driver’s license had the word “dead” written on it and was found near the head of the victim. On the bedroom blinds there were written the words “bad news” and on a picture on one of the walls, the words “she killed me first”.
The victim’s son told the police that they were arguing loudly Monday night. And according to Scott Wilson, after coming home from school Tuesday morning the boy took a nap. He checked on his mother after he woke up that afternoon. The little boy found her unresponsive, stated Wilson.
The kid immediately called his father, Amber Lynn Coplin’s estranged husband. He arrived at the house and found the woman’s dead body at 3:30 in the afternoon on Tuesday and called the authorities.
Coplin’s husband told the authorities that her face was deformed from the beating, that she was full of blood and bruises and that her car was missing.
Deputy Wilson said that Kalac took her car and drove to Portland where the vehicle was seen by a police officer at around 1:15 a.m. on Wednesday. He also added that Kalac is the only suspect in the murder and that they don’t believe he had any accomplices.
The murderer texted a friend of his on Tuesday morning and told him that he will be able to hear about him on the news.