Grispi was arrested last Friday (Aug. 1, 2014) and charged with assaulting his wife twice in a span of four days and then having his trained pitbull viciously attack her, too, according to Taunton Gazette.
"It’s the worst case of domestic abuse I’ve ever seen," police officer Richard Harvey said.
The victim, Kaitlyn Grispi, was treated at a local hospital with serious injuries and was eventually released to be reunited with her children.
After his original arrest, Grispi was set free on $2,000 bond, but it was later revoked and he was picked up again with his new bond set at $100,000, which means he (rightfully so) won't be roaming the streets free anytime soon.
While searching his home, police officers found a pot farm, guns and a cache of ammunition. To make matters worse, officials say Grispi's three-year old son was sitting next to a box of unsecured firearms during the search.
Grispi was charged multiple felonies, including two counts of assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, two counts of violating a restraining order, animal cruelty, malicious damage to a motor vehicle, drug possession to cultivate marijuana and improper storage of a large capacity firearm and rifle or shotgun near a child.