GOP Operative Arrested for Kicking a Dog

From a story on politico.com by Daniel Lippman headlined “GOP operative who allegedly kicked a dog hired as top aide to news congressman”:

A veteran Georgia Republican operative who is slated to be chief of staff for incoming Rep. Mike Collins was arrested last month for allegedly kicking a dog.

Brandon Phillips was arrested on Nov. 17 on a misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty and held on a $1,200 bond, which he posted to get released, according to a booking report. In 2016, Phillips resigned as Donald Trump’s Georgia state director after his prior criminal history was revealed.