CANTON TWP.: A man was jailed early Tuesday, accused of beating two family members and the family dog with a metal crutch.

Donald Q. Genetin Jr., 54, as arrested at 12:19 a.m. in the 3000 block of Patton Place NW by Stark County Sheriff’s deputies on charges of felonious assault, prohibitions concerning companion animals and two counts of felony domestic violence, Stark County Jail records show.

Deputies say Genetin struck a female relative several times with the crutch, striking her arms, head, face and body. She suffered multiple injuries, including a broken arm.

The deputies say the man also punched a male relative in the face and struck him in the head with the crutch, which he also used to attack the family dog.

The dog’s injuries were so severe that the animal required emergency medical care, according to jail records.

Stark County court records show Genetin went to prison in 2003 for felony domestic violence and in 2006 for felony non-support of dependents.

He remained in the jail later Tuesday, held in lieu of $101,000 bond pending a Canton Municipal Court hearing.