California man arrested after breaking into home, using bathtub, sheriff's office says 05/12/2020 12:33 pm PDT Comments KTXL / Placer County via KTXL: ROSEVILLE, Calif. (KTXL) -- A Roseville man has been arrested for burglary after investigators say he broke into a home and used the family's bathroom. The Placer County Sheriff's Office says 28-year-old James Nunley II entered a family's home through an unlocked door as they were putting their child to sleep last week. Nunley stayed inside the home and bathed in the family's bathroom, investigators said. One of the victims caught Nunley as he exited the bathroom and he immediately ran out of the home, and he was arrested in the area later, according to the sheriff's office. MORE: Deputies: Roseville man arrested after breaking into home, using bathtub - KTXL #Burglary #California #KTXL #NorthernCalifornia #Sacramento Related Stories Suspect charged in double-homicide of Utah couple 4 arrested in home-invasion plot to steal woman's stimulus check Memphis man charged with stealing items from coronavirus testing site Man arrested in attempted rape of volunteer coronavirus nurse Florida man charged years after man killed, woman raped in L.A. motel NFL player's wife arrested; police say she held gun to head over affair Police seek man for theft of public transit vest, hat, and keys Police: Man attacked couple with sickle, hatchet Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.