A Washington state man was arrested on feeling of second-degree murder after police said he film and killed an invader who was showering inside his house.

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Bruce Fanning, 59, of Mason County, detected a stranger showering in one of the two residencies that he owns Saturday at around 8 a. m ., Sheriffs Lt. Travis Adams said. Adams added that Fanning moves a business out of a second property.

Fanning told researchers that he moved from the scene, grabbed a firearm and then returned and filmed the intruder, tribunal documents proved. Fanning told police he fantasized the stranger was drunk and claimed he became afraid when the stranger prepared threats toward him, Q1 3 Fox reported.

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Fanning fired four kills through the shower shroud, killing the invader, the New York Times reported. Fanning called authorities after the shooting.

The victim was identified as Nathaniel Joseph Rosa, 31, of Bothell. Rosa had worked at Woodmor Elementary School in Bothell and was described as a compassionate instructor, according to Q13 Fox.

Police said there was no indication that Fanning was threatened by Rosa and that the facts did not assistance Fannings right to self-defense. Harmonizing to Washington nation principle , no party in the territory shall be located in legal jeopardy of different kinds whatsoever for protecting by any reasonable makes required, himself or herself, his or her family, or his or her real or personal property.

Authorities were still trying to determine why Rosa apparently broke in.

Fannings bail was set at $250,000.

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