An elections chairman resigned Wednesday after he allegedly stole and damaged yards signs for President Donald Trump in Georgetown County, South Carolina.
A resident in Pawley’s Island put the signs on his lawn but they kept disappearing, according to WRAL.
“The resident put a deer camera in his yard and got photos of the person damaging a sign in his yard by writing ‘Dump’ over Trump’s name on his sign,” the report said.
Members of the Georgetown County Republican Party posted photos they received of the alleged vandal on social media in hopes of identifying the person.
They later received calls from people who named the person and also the individual who drove him from the scene.
“Authorities were able to determine that the person who stole and vandalized the signs was Dean Smith. An incident report states that the person who drove Dean Smith away was Dean’s spouse, Rita