A Hall County man who allegedly installed hidden cameras in his wife’s home was arrested Monday, police said.
The Hall County Sheriff’s Office obtained arrest warrants for Brandon Pruitt, 35, on charges of felony invasion of privacy and violating a temporary protective order.
Pruitt “had texted (the victim), gone to her residence and had installed hidden cameras in the home for the purpose of photographing and recording the victim and her minor female daughter,” authorities said.
He had been arrested March 18 on a charge of battery for allegedly striking his wife in the face.
After posting bond for that incident, Pruitt was ordered to have no contact with her. However, he was arrested April 5 on another battery charge for allegedly removing his wife from the car she was occupying, police said.
Pruitt is still in custody with no bond.
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