A Fort Worth man is accused of burglary and criminal mischief after breaking into the State Capitol in Austin early Sunday morning.
The Texas Department of Safety arrested 22-year-old Tanner Christian Graeber. He faces two felony charges.
DPS said a trooper observed Graeber enter a temporary wooden walkway around 3:27 a.m. on Sunday.
The walkway was constructed for the Capitol's renovations.
The trooper said Graeber then climbed up the scaffolding on the south side of the Capitol, broke a window and entered the second floor.
DPS said Graeber "intentionally" damaged a portrait of former Governor Fletcher Stockdale. The motive is not known.
Graeber remains in the Travis County Jail.