Mother: Man killed by deputies was obsessed with daughter

Before he was shot and killed by deputies, Javier Alanis opened fireplace on the dwelling of a lady he had allegedly been obsessing over for years.

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — New info is popping out concerning the suspect deputies shot and killed throughout a chase early Monday morning.

The chase started after the person opened fireplace on the dwelling of a lady he had allegedly been obsessing over for years. Lydia stated the person who was killed was Javier Alanis. She stated Alanis had gone to highschool with her daughter since center faculty. In highschool, she stated Alanis grew to become fixated on her.

“He was obsessed. That’s not a crush at all,” Lydia stated. “Lifetime movies. My daughter said, yes, this is a Lifetime movie. His obsession killed him.”

What occurred

Lydia stated she awoke early Monday morning to the sound of gunfire. Surveillance video recorded a person firing a number of pictures into her dwelling.

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“We just heard three bangs, boom boom boom. I thought I was dreaming,” Lydia stated.

She referred to as 911. When Harris County Precinct 1 deputy constables arrived, the suspect, later recognized as Alanis, sped away, authorities stated. He ditched his automotive and ran. When he obtained cornered by officers at a close-by gasoline station, authorities stated, Alanis began capturing. Deputies stated they fired again and killed him.

The obsession

“I’ve known him since he was a teenager,” Lydia stated.

She stated Alanis would cease by her home uninvited 3 times every week, oftentimes dropping off flowers, candies or meals. It continued lengthy after her daughter moved away.

“I would tell him numerous times, ‘Javier, stop coming, she doesn’t live here,’ but he was, like, ‘I don’t believe you, I don’t believe you,'” Lydia stated.

On June 7, Alanis confirmed up on the home once more, however this time, Lydia referred to as the police and had him arrested for trespassing.

“He literally told the cops he wasn’t going to stop until he gets her because he loves her,” Lydia stated.

Two months later, on Monday morning, Alanis returned, this time with a gun.

“That’s what breaks my heart. Why’d you do this? Why?” Lydia stated.

Lydia stated she’s unhappy Alanis ended up being gunned down by deputies, however she’s now at peace understanding her daughter is protected.

“I don’t know where his mind was at all,” Lydia stated.

Lydia stated her daughter lives in Austin and has been advised what occurred.

No officers had been injured within the capturing, nevertheless it does stay below investigation.

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