AUSTIN (KXAN) - A person who broke into and vandalized the Department of Public Safety offices on North Lamar Boulevard is now in the Travis County jail.
DPS said they arrested Kenneth James Vanlue, 40, on charges of criminal mischief and burglary of a building.
Officials said Vanlue broke into the building and did extensive damage inside the building, but there is no evidence that sensitive information was compromised.
This location handles drivers license and identification cards.
DPS said the North Lamar office will remain closed until further notice; meantime, the Pflugerville Mega Center at 216 E. Wells Branch Parkway in Pflugerville is available as well as other DPS locations.
Need directions? From Interstate 35, take Exit 247, marked "Pflugerville/FM 1825," then head east on Wells Branch Parkway. Entrance to the facility will be on the left, just past Heatherwilde Boulevard.
More information is also available online.
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