According to Eunice Police, officers responded to a disturbance at Sunrise Community (formerly Beulah Gardens) at 8:17 p.m.
Upon arrival, officers called an ambulance for Nelson Lafleur, who was bleeding from cuts on his hands.
A woman inside the apartment, identified as handicapped in the radio logs, told officers that Lafleur struck her and broke a window during an argument.
Lafleur refused medical attention on the scene and was placed under arrest, according to police.
Lafleur was charged with simple battery and simple criminal damage to property.
In 2007, Lafleur was charged with second-degree murder in 1998 killing of Eunice woman Naomi Green when Lafleur’s DNA, taken during an arrrest on an unrelated charge, turned up a match with that found at the murder scene.
A jury acquitted Lafleur due to lack of additional evidence or witnesses.