In an interview with police after the attack, Javier, 30, admitted she was frustrated with her boyfriend for staying glued to his game.Then, a week before the violent incident, Javier said she had discovered Lovell was unfaithful.
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.
According to the affidavit, she told police she discovered Tinder, the dating app, on his phone.
She also noticed scratches on his back, possibly from a romantic encounter. This time Javier went to the mall and bought a samurai sword.
At the time, witnesses told police the man was "wearing light colored paint around his face" and looked like the "Joker." Police said the man was arrested one month later on July 5 after a resident contacted authorities and reported a man driving down the street "dressed like the Joker." In July, a 54-year-old woman entered a family home and began striking an 11-year-old boy with a wooden stick while yelling nonsense described as "voodoo curses," according to police documents.
The accused home intruder was charged and arrested for burglary of a habitation with commission of an assault.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 was just so proud for beating this samurai wannabe crazy lady with hate in her heart," the 29-year-old told The Oregonian/Oregon Live."I've been preparing my whole life for something like this." Javier - who pleaded not guilty this week to first-degree attempted murder, according to the Columbian - had also allegedly been preparing.more In July, passengers aboard a flight to Los Angeles found themselves returning to Dallas after a woman approached the cockpit twice and demanded alcohol, according to a Dallas/Fort Worth Police report.