WDBJ 7 is learning new details about the man accused of shooting inside of a Roanoke retirement community.

According to search warrants obtained by WDBJ 7, Dennis Wright may have been intoxicated.

Blood samples were taken from Wright after the July 14th shooting to determine his blood alcohol level and to see if drugs were in his system.

Search warrants state a nurse at Friendship could smell alcohol on Wright.

Wright reportedly went to the retirement community to see his mother. When he got down to the first floor he was approached by a Roanoke County officer and that's when police say he pointed a handgun and starting shooting.

Wright was taken to the hospital for his injuries.

Search warrants filed also show investigators confiscated a number of things from Wright's apartment including documents, a computer, a gun, ammunition, cell phone and medical papers.

Wright is facing several felony charges including attempted capital murder of a law enforcement officer, attempted malicious wounding of a law enforcement officer, use of a firearm in commission of a felony, and two counts of shooting into an occupied dwelling.

The initial 9-1-1 calls reported that Wright was carrying a handgun and shotgun or rifle. The long gun turned out to be a BB gun, and the handgun was a 9mm semi-automatic pistol, which Wright used during the shootout.