Hemphill Police have arrested two former Hemphill High School students in connection to hundreds of dollars in damage to the school building.
Police have a warrant for a third arrest and have not yet served it.
Dakota Trae Simmons, 17, and Jacob Mitchell, 20, and one other are charged with damaging property in the school building on March 27, as well as covering doors and walls with eggs and shaving cream.
Simmons was booked into the Sabine County Jail on Tuesday morning, while Mitchell was arrested on Monday. Each are charged with the misdemeanor offense of criminal mischief. Both have since bailed out of the jail.
Police have also issued a criminal trespass citation to a fourth person.