DRIPPING SPRINGS — A suspect in a vandalism case at Dripping Springs City Hall was arrested on March 11 after surveillance photos and video on social media led to the possible identity of the suspect.
Hays County deputies responded to City Hall in the morning hours of March 10 to a report of graffiti and criminal mischief. Offensive and racist messages were spray painted on the exterior, according to the city of Dripping Springs, and a window was broken.
Bonnie Laurel Gibson (DOB: 05/25/1994) was later identified as the suspect after investigators discovered the paint on her hands and vehicle matched the color of the graffiti on the Dripping Springs City Hall building. Gibson was arrested on a warrant for Criminal Mischief, a State Jail Felony and transported to the Hays County Jail. A bond has not been set.