Jason Perdue, 28, was booked Thursday night into the Union Parish Detention Center. His bond was set at $10,000.
The victim told deputies that she and her husband got into a fight over illegal drugs while traveling on La. Hwy. 145. Deputies said the woman got out of the vehicle, but reached back inside to retrieve her keys from the center console. When she did, the victim said Perdue shut the console on her wrist and kept pressure on it while driving away causing her to be dragged.
Once her hand came loose from the console, the victim fell to the ground and Perdue drove off.
Deputies said the victim was scratched and bruised, but had no broken bones after being checked at a hospital.
Also arrested Thursday for domestic abuse battery with child endangerment was Stephen Harold Hodge, 30, of 132 Mill Drive, Farmerville. His bond was set at $2,500.
The victim told deputies that they were arguing in their bedroom. She was holding their 8-month-old daughter and when she put the baby down, Hodge started hitting her in the face. When she grabbed the baby up and walked into the kitchen, the victim reported being slapped and hit behind the head.
Another Farmerville man was arrested early Friday morning after he was found behind the wheel of his pickup truck with keys in the ignition. The arresting deputy reported a strong smell of alcohol.
Ronald D. Dyke, 56, of 360 Dyke Road, told the arresting deputy he had a lot to drink. His blood alcohol content was measured at .273. He was booked into the detention center and bond set at $1,500 for first offense driving while intoxicated.
Dyke also had a warrant out for his arrest for non-support, deputies reported.