Trump yard sign rigged with razor blades left town worker needing 13 stitches

A Michigan city worker suffered 13 stitches after cutting three fingers on razor blades affixed to the bottom of a Trump 2020 advertising sign.
The 52-year-old city clerk in Commerce Township, about 40 miles northwest of Detroit, has been asked to remove signs that violate city ordinances, the Oakland County Sheriff's Office said in a press release. The signs must be 33 feet from the center of the streets, and a political sign in the courtyard of a house was 9 feet too close to the street.
"When he was about to remove one of the signs, it was cut by razor blades attached to the bottom of the sign," the sheriff's office said. "Both of the labels removed at this point had several razor blades taped along the bottom edge. He received cuts on three fingers that required medical attention."
Image: Razor Blades Trump Sign (Oakland County Sheriff's Office)
Dave Scott, head of the trading community, told NBC's Detroit subsidiary WDIV that his agent first thought he was electrified and then looked at his hand and found it was "bleeding aggressively."
The man himself drove to a hospital, where he got 13 stitches in his fingers. Scott said he was angry about the incident.
"Why would someone put a booby-trap sign to harm someone? A child could have picked it up," he told the outlet.
Image: Razor Blades Trump Sign (Oakland County Sheriff's Office)
According to WDIV, the homeowner stole several campaign signs for President Donald Trump, including a large banner. She said she told sheriff's MPs that some signs had recently disappeared from her yard but had been returned. She said she didn't notice the razor blades.
The sheriff's office is investigating the incident, and according to WDIV, community officials said they could take legal action over the incident.

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