Trent Anthony Crain, 33, a resident of Tullos Road south of Franklinton,, was arrested for the third time this year for domestic abuse.
Following the first arrest on May 28 and another on July 7, Crain was arrested for a third time on August 16.
Following his arrest by Washington Parish Sheriff's Office Sgt. Michael Thomas and Deputy Randall Garcia, Crain was booked into the Washington Parish Jail on charges of domestic abuse battery with strangulation, four counts of domestic abuse child endangerment and criminal damage to property.
In May, Crain was charged with cruelty to a juvenile and three counts of battery. His July arrest resulted in charges of domestic abuse battery and criminal damage to property.
He was released the same day of each arrest after posting bond. On the current charges, he must appear before a judge before he is eligible for release.
"Our job is to arrest criminal violators and that is what we did in this case," said Sheriff Randy Seal. "We don't set bonds and we don't prosecute. I certainly hope the sordid record Mr. Crain has established this year will go a long way in persuading prosecutors to grant him the justice he has earned for himself. As a father and grandfather, I have little sympathy for men who abuse women and children. If his abusive behavior continues, I fear someone will be seriously injured."