Man charged with murder after shooting intruder in shower

Man charged with murder after shooting intruder in shower

Man charged with murder after shooting intruder in shower

Bruce Fanning, 59, is now facing second-degree murder charges after he allegedly shot and killed Nathaniel Rosa, 31, who broke into his home and took a shower.

In a statement released Monday, the Mason County Sheriff's Office identified the man who was arrested as Bruce Fanning. When Fanning saw an intruder taking a shower in the building on his property, he went to his house, got a handgun, came back and shot Rosa four times through the shower curtain, killing him.

Fanning called 911 after the shooting and could not explain why he hadn't called earlier, according to court documents.

Fanning said that when he arrived at the office, he found 31-year-old Nate Rosa showering in the bathtub.

He was arrested for investigation of second-degree murder.

The Olympian reports Bruce Fanning was arrested after reporting the incident.

The homeowner went to investigate, found an intruder and shot him.

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After having shot Rosa dead, Fanning called 911 and told dispatchers he had just killed someone who broke into his home.

Nathaniel Rosa is seen in a photo obtained by KCPQ.

Fanning's bail was set at $250,000. His arraignment has been scheduled for April 10.

The state's self-defense legislation (RCW 9A.16.110) says 'no person in the state shall be placed in legal jeopardy of any kind whatsoever for protecting, by any reasonable means necessary, himself or herself, his or her family, or his or her real or personal property'.

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.

"Fanning first told the intruder to leave and the intruder aggressively responded with non-understandable verbal threats", reads the probable cause affidavit.

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