ROUND ROCK, Texas — An arrest has been made a month after Rep John Carter’s Georgetown, Texas, office was vandalized. 

Carter posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, that police arrested Reiss Funicelli of Salado, Texas.

“From the moment my staff called to report the damage, GPD has been professional, thorough & committed to finding the individual responsible. As a former judge, I trust that the court system will take it from here & the suspect will face appropriate consequences,” Carter wrote on X. 

The incident happened April 22. Carter’s office was doused in red paint with the words “Free Gaza” written on the ground beneath it.

The incident came just a few days after the House of Representatives passed a $95 billion aid package for Ukraine, Israel, Taiwan and the Indo-Pacific. The package includes about $9 billion in humanitarian assistance for Gaza. Biden approved the package a few days later.