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CREOLA, Ala. – Frank Reeves didn’t think twice about arming himself when his wife told him there was an intruder in their Creola, Alabama, home.

Now that the dust has settled, however, Reeves has a considerable amount to think about after learning the intruder was his wife’s live-in boyfriend, whom Reeves had no idea was living under his own roof.

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According to the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to a shooting at around 9 p.m. Sunday and found two men had been shot, requiring transport to area medical facilities for treatment of their injuries, WPMI reported.

Deputies confirmed that 53-year-old Michael Amacker shot Frank Reeves in the chest and that Reeves shot Amacker multiple times, striking him in the lower leg and elbow, WALA reported.

During the course of the investigation, however, detectives determined that the homeowner’s wife, Tracy Reeves, had been conducting a more than yearlong relationship with Amacker, allowing him to live in the home without her husband’s knowledge, WPMI reported.

According to WALA, Amacker is facing attempted murder, possession of a controlled substance and weapons charges.