A Wayne County man, who is accused of grabbing a four-year-old disabled child by the wrists after the child didn’t stop crying while the suspect was trying to play Xbox Live, is due in Huron Town Court at 5 p.m. today.

A Wayne County man, who is accused of grabbing a four-year-old disabled child by the wrists after the child didn’t stop crying while the suspect was trying to play Xbox Live, is due in Huron Town Court at 5 p.m. today.

Adam Rosenbauer was charged with two counts of endangering a child, assault and harassment.

The child is the son of Rosenbauer’s girlfriend at the time. State police say Rosenbauer grabbed the wrists of the 4-year-old on Dec. 31, 2011. Police say Rosenbauer was home alone playing Xbox and got upset when the child cried during a game “he could not pause.”

Rosenbauer initially told police that he fell in the child’s bedroom and was trying to grab the crib railing but “grabbed the child’s wrists by mistake.”

In a subsequent interview later in the week, police say Rosenbauer admitted he grabbed the child’s wrists because he was upset. They also say he admitted to doing it three to five times over the past six months.

He also admitted to doing the same thing to the 18-month-old child that he shares with Ms. Swimm.

Rosenbauer is not living in the home anymore.