Their names, and neon lights, led to warrants being filed for the arrest of two Chelsea women.
Law enforcement reports that felony charges are being pursued against Hannah Copeland and Cassidy Davis this week for malicious injury to a railroad.
A BNSF employee reported that someone had vandalized railroad property by spray painting on a railroad crossing gate and the signal lights pink and green at a crossing in Chelsea.
The names Hannah and Cass were spray painted in the same colors at the railroad bridge, he reported.
Chelsea Police Department, along with BNSF Special Agent Jeremy Grisham was notified and the two women were identified.
Grisham's report notes that Copeland said the neon pink, green and yellow spray paint was purchased at Claremore Walmart on Sept. 20, 2017. That same day, Davis and Copeland reportedly drove to the railroad bridge and spray painted their names and other messages.
Davis also explained that "they went to the railroad crossing, where she and Copeland spray painted their names on the ground in front of the crossing. She admitted that she and Copeland spray painted on a railroad car that was at the crossing," according to Grisham.
Bond was set at $4,000 and the two were ordered to have no contact with railroad property.