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Razor blades placed on Trump election signs injure building inspector


Razor blades placed on the bottom of election signs cut the hands of a municipal worker who was moving them because they were in a right of way.

Deputies from the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office reported they were sent to a home on the 3500 block of Sleeth Road at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7, for a suspicious circumstances call from a Commerce Township employee.

“The township’s building inspector was out removing political campaign signs from the road right of way,” the sheriff’s office reported. “Commerce Township ordinance requires signs to be 33 feet from the center of the roadway. The signs were located 24 feet from the center of the road, clearly within the right of way.”

Trump sign with razor blades OCSO.jpgA close up look at razor blades placed at the bottom of an election campaign sign. An investigation is ongoing after a municipal worker was cut.

The building inspector, 52, cut three fingers, requiring medical attention, when he went to remove the first of two signs.

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“Both signs removed from that location had several razor blades taped all along the bottom edge,” the sheriff’s office reported.

Deputies spoke to the homeowner, who said the signs had been stolen, but when they had returned from out of town, the signs were back in their yard.

Both signs were taken as evidence to be processed by an evidence technician. The case remains under investigation.

  
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Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment

      

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