Man sentenced for punching Trump protester outside rally in Cincinnati

CINCINNATI (AP) -- A Kentucky man has been sentenced to 120 days in jail for punching a protester outside an August rally for President Donald Trump in Cincinnati.

A jury earlier this month found 30-year-old Dallas Frazier, of Georgetown, guilty of misdemeanor assault for striking 61-year-old Michael Alter outside U.S. Bank Arena.

A judge gave Frazier credit for six days in jail at sentencing Friday.

Frazier was accused of jumping out of his vehicle near a group of protesters and repeatedly punching Alter, who suffered a torn artery in his eye that required surgery.

Frazier must pay Alter $900 for his medical expenses.