Former Johnson County Commissioner Mike Brown is offering a bounty for campaign signs stolen in his primary bid for Kansas secretary of state.
Brown posted on Facebook Tuesday that he would pay a $500 reward to anyone who has picture or video of anyone damaging or stealing any of his campaign signs.
Brown, known for his big personality, vows to press charges with a law enforcement agency against each and every person involved in stealing a sign.
"I will insist those charges be made to the maximum allowed by law," he posted.
"This childness MUST stop," he wrote. "It's . . .