Homeowner fatally shoots intruder

Police said Fanning fired four shots through the shower curtain, killing the intruder, according to the New York Times. "You may reserve your judgment until facts are out".

Dorcy told the news station he believed a case could be made in support of a premeditated shooting, adding that he is looking into first-degree murder charges.

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

Upon finding a man using his shower, Fanning told Rosa to leave, according to his statement to investigators, but Fanning claimed Rosa "aggressively responded with non-understandable verbal threats", investigators wrote.

The homeowner then called 911 to say that he had fatally shot a home invader.

The unidentified homeowner was arrested on second-degree murder charges after deputies concluded he had time to call for help and instead went back to the home.

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Sheriff's Lieutenant Travis Adams says the man owns both properties and runs a business out of a building on the second property.

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

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

Detectives have yet to say why the homeowner declined to call authorities after having first come upon the intruder, only to return a second time with a weapon.

Mason County Sheriff's posted on Twitter on Saturday saying: 'Lots of reactions to the arrest.

Washington does not have a "castle doctrine", which is a law that exonerates homeowners for using deadly force against an intruder. "Based on what he knew at the time and what he told us, it didn't fit self-defense".

  • Phil Peters