MESA, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) -- A Mesa man has been arrested for the sexual abuse of four children in his home.
Mathew Arrington, 55, was first arrested on May 7 after the first victim came forward.
Court documents state that Arrington was released on bond with an ankle monitor on May 9.
Arrington's wife then called Mesa police on May 11 stating that three more victims had come forward.
After speaking with the victims, Mesa police arrested Arrington again on three counts of sexual abuse, two counts of child molestation, and one count of attempted sexual abuse.
The Department of Child Safety would not comment on the case.
Patrick Ptak, spokesman for the governor's office, said DCS is committed to securing the safety of the children.
"We find the details of these charges horrific. Any incident of child sex abuse by anyone is despicable and completely unacceptable," said Ptak. "Those who would abuse children in any way deserve to be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law, and we hope to see swift justice in this case. The Department of Child Safety is involved to ensure the protection of these kids. Their safety is our top concern. "