Three people may be charged with misdemeanors in connection with an incident Saturday involving campaign signs, the Baltimore County Police Department reported.
At 3:18 p.m., police responded to a call in which it was reported that three people were taking "Brochin for Senate" signs on Loch Bend Drive and East Joppa Road, according to the report.
When the officer arrived at the location, three suspects were there and returned the signs to the victim, police said.
Wood and metal washers holding the signs in place were not returned, according to the report.
The men—ages 29, 62 and 68—were identified and may be criminally charged, according to police.
"Chief Johnson is committed to the strict enforcement of election laws, and any campaign sign violations that occur during this time of year will be investigated thoroughly," the Baltimore County Police Department said in a statement.