A BLOODY scene has been discovered in a motel bath after a man shot a love rival who had raped ‘his girlfriend’ during a ‘date night’.
A California man has been charged with the murder of a Wyoming resident after the victim tried to sexually assault his girlfriend and then raped her.
Laramie Boomerang reported that Hunter O. Fulton, 29, is charged with second-degree murder, mutilation of dead human bodies, possession of a deadly weapon with illegal attempt, heavy assault and battery.
Fulton attacked the victim, known as MTC, in the Gas Lite Motel room after he allegedly raped the woman at knife point.
The victim had previously done a pass to her in a bar, it turned out.
“If your girlfriend had been raped, you would have killed him too,” Fulton, 29, told LPD officers after his June 29 arrest.
Fulton told police he was protecting his girlfriend.
Cops found a ‘kill kit’ with multiple saws and a box of trash bags from near the bath.
The victim’s body had cuts at the torso and elsewhere.
The couple had met the victim on a trip to Wyoming when he tried to flirt with the woman in a bar.
He then apologized to Fulton and his girlfriend and offered to buy them drinks, according to the affidavit of the case.
The woman told investigators that she and Fulton then returned to their motel room and took cocaine.
Fulton left the room and the victim then came in and allegedly raped her.
When police arrived at the scene of crimes, they found Fulton sitting in his car and arrested him.
Fulton told police they could find everything they needed in the motel room.
During an autopsy, the death of MTC was considered a murder according to the affidavit.
Fulton is being held at the Albany County Detention Center on a $ 1 million bail.
If convicted of second-degree murder, he could face a minimum of 20 years in prison to life.
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