Man accused of stealing campaign signs arrested in Roswell

Man accused of stealing campaign signs arrested in Roswell

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Roswell police arrested a man who appeared to put Jon Ossoff campaign signs in his trunk in a video circulated on social media. (Credit: Twitter)

Roswell police have arrested a man on a misdemeanor theft charge after a Twitter user sent a 14-second video of the man putting Jon Ossoff and other campaign signs in the trunk of his car, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.


Frank Nash (Credit: Fulton County Sheriff's Office)

Frank Nash of Woodstock was arrested Tuesday night, police spokeswoman Lisa Holland said. 

Nash is accused of taking the campaign signs on Sunday.

He was released on a $1,000 bond, according to jail records.

Ossoff, a Democrat, is headed for a June runoff against Republican Karen Handel after falling short of an upset victory Tuesday in a nationally watched special election to replace Tom Price in the 6th Congressional District. Price vacated the seat when he was tapped to be President Donald Trump’s health secretary.

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