BATTLE CREEK, Neb. — After a complaint was filed, a Battle Creek man is facing four felonies including attempted first-degree murder after being arrested Tuesday morning.

According to court documents, Norfolk Dispatch responded to a caller who said another man was trying to break into his home with a gun around 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday.

The reporting caller said 42 year-old Justin Ertzner was attempting to find him in the house.

When an officer arrived at the scene, the wooden door leading into the residence appeared to be broken with pieces of the door on the ground.

The caller and another person were reportedly in the house at the time.

After the arrest, an officer said he was told by Ertzner that the hand gun was inside of the residence with the magazine lying next to it.

In talking with the victims, officers were told the threats were from a family argument.

Officers noted a smell of alcohol on Ertzner.

Ertzner was transported to the Madison County Jail and booked on charges of attempted first-degree murder, terroristic threats, use of a deadly weapons to commit a felony, and burglary.

Ertzner's bond was set at $200,000 which he filed at 20 percent.