Cops were called to a woman’s Brooklyn apartment Monday evening but found nothing incriminating –– an hour later, the 77-year-old was murdered, police and sources revealed Wednesday.
Marie Louis was found with severe head trauma inside her Brooklyn apartment on East 7th St. and Ditmas Avenue in Kensington just after 10 p.m. on Monday, and her 36-year-old son was taken into custody and held on murder charges, according to police.
Louis called the police to her building around 9:30 p.m., but told responding officers that her son had a dispute with the doorman and she no longer required police assistance, said NYPD spokeswoman Det. Sophia Mason.
“The victim did not appear to be injured and no injuries were reported at the time of the incident,” Mason said in an email. “Based on the totality of the information, it was determined that police assistance was no longer needed.”
Less than an hour later, Louis’ other son who lives in New Jersey, reported to the cops that his mother called him and said she was being attacked, according to police sources.
When cops arrived at the apartment for the second time that evening, Louis was found unconscious and unresponsive and her son, Arnel Henry –– the only other person home at the time –– was arrested on the scene.
Henry was taken to Maimonides hospital, where he remains, according to police sources.
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