Father, 49, is charged with second degree murder two years after shooting dead his 20-year-old daughter's boyfriend after finding him hiding in her bedroom after curfew
- Charles Frederick Heller, 49, is accused of fatally shooting 21-year-old Dustyn Hunt inside his Everett, Washington home in February 2019
- The shooting occurred after he found Hunt hiding in his daughter's room
- Mr. Heller aimed a handgun at Hunt, ordering him to get dressed and leave
- Hunt followed the order and apologized to the father as he yelled profanities
- Noticing the gun was pointed in the direction of Mr. Heller's daughter, Hunt reportedly pushed the gun out of the way, causing Mr. Heller to fall down
- A struggle ensued and Mr. Heller aimed his gun at Hunt's shoulder and fired
- Hunt was fatally struck in the chest and died at the scene
- Mr. Heller has been charged with second-degree murder nearly two years on
Charles Frederick Heller, 49, is accused of fatally shooting 21-year-old Dustyn Hunt inside his Everett home in February 2019, after becoming angry that his daughter Lauryn Heller, then 20, had tried to sneak Hunt into her room for the night.
He reportedly armed himself before knocking on his daughter’s bedroom door to confront the couple. A struggle ensued between Mr. Heller and Hunt, and the father pulled the trigger of his semi-automatic handgun, striking Hunt once in the chest.
Charles Heller, 49, is accused of fatally shooting 21-year-old Dustyn Hunt inside his Everett, WA, home in Feb. 2019, after his daughter Lauryn Heller, then 20, tried to sneak him in her room overnight.
The dad could have been a granddad.