Robert Seman's son, Robert Andrew Ward, has been accused of abusing his 8-week-old twin boys and has been indicted by a Mahoning County Grand Jury.

Ward was indicted by a Mahoning County Grand Jury on Thursday on two counts of endangering children. 

U.S. Marshals and Struthers Police arrested Ward at his Morrison Street address at about 3:00 PM.

According to the Mahoning County Sheriff, Jerry Greene, Mahoning County Children Services contacted the Sheriff's office after being notified by Akron Children's Hospital of injuries to Ward's eight-week-old twin boys.

The infants were admitted to Akron Children's Hospital for respiratory problems, but while they were being checked out hospital officials noticed other injuries. 

"Both infants sustained multiple broken ribs, one sustained two broken femurs, and the other sustained a broke collar bone," Sheriff Greene said.

Ward is the son of former triple murder suspect Robert Seman.  Seman killed himself by jumping from the fourth floor balcony at the Mahoning County Courthouse just days before his trial was set to begin in 2017.  Seman allegedly set the house fire on Powers Way that killed 10-year-old Corinne Gump and her grandparents.  The deadly fire broke out on the same morning Seman was set to go to court accused of raping the 10-year-old girl.

Ward reportedly changed his name after his father's highly publicized death.