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Homeowner arrested after shooting intruder dead in the shower

05 April 2017, 01:53 | Leonard Manning

Credit Mason County Sheriff

Credit Mason County Sheriff

A Washington state man was arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder after police said he shot and killed an intruder who was showering inside one of his residencies.

Messages seeking additional comment from the Mason County Sheriff's Office were not immediately returned Monday.

A odd story is emerging from the Belfair area involving a Bothell man who was shot to death after breaking into a home and taking a shower.

From there, Fanning told police leaving the building to retrieve a Smith and Wesson.45-caliber handgun. He entered his business on Saturday morning to find that a break-in had occurred and that the intruder was in the bathroom taking a shower, the sheriff's office said.

Fanning was arrested and charged for investigation of second-degree murder.

Bruce Fanning, 59, of Belfair, is accused of killing 31-year-old elementary school teacher Nathanial Rosa, of Bothell, on Saturday. He went back to the other property, to see if the individual was still there, which he was, so Fanning shot four times through the shower curtain and killed the individual.

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Sheriff's Lt. Travis Adams says that the owner and Rosa "exchanged words" before the shooting.

Pictured the Belfair, home where Nathaniel Rosa was shot dead by homeowner, Bruce Fanning.

While not citing any specific evidence, local law enforcement said there is "more to the story". According to Spurling, "Based on what he knew at the time and what he told us, it didn't fit self-defense". Arraignment was set for April 10.

State law allows people to use their feelings of being threatened when deciding whether to use lethal force to defend themselves, but the danger must be imminent and threaten life or serious bodily injury.

Detectives told the station they don't believe Rosa was armed at the time of the shooting.



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