An Alaska man hit his roommate with a reproduction Legend of Zelda Grasp Sword earlier than later attacking this individual with a kitchen knife, police say. According to Anchorage Daily News, 22-year-old Jeremy Tazruk was arrested and charged with fourth-degree assault and reckless endangerment.
Anchorage police arrived on the scene at an house close to the College of Alaska Anchorage campus to discover a “damaged tv, a bloody serviette, a knife on a desk and a bent sword on the ground.” The police then discovered an individual, recognized in an official court document as T.P., on a close-by bike path with a stab wound. This individual was taken to the hospital with a puncture wound on the ribs.
Here is how Anchorage Each day Information summed up the fracas (via Kotaku):
“Based on Tazruk and witnesses, it mentioned, T.P. began to push a roommate and flipped her onto the armrest of a chair. One other roommate tried to push T.P. away, and T.P. punched that individual. When Tazruk and his fiancee, who was holding their child, stepped in, T.P. punched each of them too.
“Tazruk’s fiancee requested somebody to name police. Tazruk grabbed a reproduction sword from the ‘The Legend of Zelda’ off the wall ‘and tried utilizing its sheath to hit T.P.,’ the doc mentioned. After T.P. ran at him, Tazruk hit T.P. a number of occasions with the sword, in keeping with the courtroom doc.”
The doc then explains that, with the struggle escalating, Tazruk bumped into the kitchen and grabbed a knife. After T.P. superior on Tazruk, Tazruk “struck out at T.P. not less than twice, hitting T.P. with the knife.”
Based on the doc, “The perimeters of the sword weren’t sharp, however the tip was sharp.”