Police said he lured authorities to his home claiming to have shot two people.When officers arrived at his home, he threatened to shoot them and yelled "Come and get me! In February, a man from Denton, Texas with a dark substance covering his face was arrested by police on non-alcohol public intoxication and drug paraphernalia charges. In the weak phone glow, Javier allegedly started hacking."I didn't see it coming, but it makes sense that it happened.She obviously didn't want anyone else to have me so, samurai sword." Doctors were able to reattach Lovell's fingers where they were nearly hacked off at the base.She found red hair in the shower drain - her own hair was dyed green. "I thought, I was gonna stab him while he was sleeping," she told police.The relationship reached a crisis point on March 2.In an interview with police after the attack, Javier, 30, admitted she was frustrated with her boyfriend for staying glued to his game.
As he told The Oregonian/Oregon Live, Lovell has been recently logging 12 to 13 hours a day playing the game.With her boyfriend finally asleep, Emily Javier allegedly reached for the samurai sword she had secretly taped earlier to the side of the bed. He played too many videos games, Javier would later explain to the police, and now he was cheating on her, she claimed. "I was able to wing chun my way to survival," he told the Oregonian/Oregon Live in an interview this week over Facebook messenger, referring to a Chinese martial art. "I saw the look in her eyes, and it scared the living poop out of me," he told the news outlet. She needed to call police, or I was going to die." When police did arrive at the scene on March 3, they found Lovell curled up in the blood-spattered bedroom, according to the probable cause affidavit filed by police in Camas, a Washington state town east of Portland, Oregon.According to an affidavit filed by police, the room was dark, and she sparked her phone to see better. Remarkably, he survived the attack despite serious injuries.In an interview with the Columbian this week, Lovell denied he was unfaithful."I barely had time to hang out with my girlfriend, let alone another girl," he told the paper.When police asked him his name, he repeatedly said: "I am the law! Lovell woke to his girlfriend of two years attacking him with a sword, police say." and "I know the law, I am the law," according to police. Survival instincts - mainly martial arts training and all the Kung Fu films he had watched - clicked in.Police said they found beer in a large coca cola cup he had walked in with and charged him with public intoxication.On June 6, a 26-year-old man threatened employees during an attempted robbery at a dry cleaning store, according to the Sugar Land Police Department.The man told police he ran into the deputy because "he just hates police officers." He was charged with aggravated assault of a peace officer and third or more DWI.Police arrested a man in April on a charge of attempted capital murder of a peace officer.