LAFAYETTE, Ind. — It took most of the day Sunday, but police finally pieced together how they believe Fabrice A. Pasquier got stabbed.
Pasquier, 31, in the 1600 block of Hurley St., apartment 303, Lafayette, showed up at a hospital about 4:30 a.m. Sunday with stab wounds to his left elbow and right wrist, police said. His girlfriend, 29, drove Pasquier to the hospital, police said.
Neither Pasquier nor the girlfriend was cooperative with police that morning.
Following up on leads, including surveillance videos, police pieced together what they believe to be a domestic battery incident that ended with Pasquier's injuries and his arrest about 15 hours after he showed up at the hospital.
Police suspect that Pasquier and the girlfriend argued as they walked back to their apartment early Sunday.
Both went inside the apartment, but she left a short time later and got inside her car, police said. But Pasquier got into her car, too, police said.
The girlfriend then went back into the apartment, with Pasquier following her. Inside the apartment, police said Pasquier tried to keep her from leaving, so she grabbed a knife.
She made it outside the apartment as Pasquier continued to try to keep her from leaving, according to police who noted that this is about the time the girlfriend stabbed Pasquier.
About 7:30 p.m. Sunday, police arrested Pasquier on suspicion of criminal confinement, domestic battery, criminal trespass and false informing.
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This article originally appeared on Lafayette Journal & Courier: Lafayette man suspected of domestic battery in stabbing incident