Anna Police Officer Rush Smith reported on several recent incidents the police department has investigated recently.
Runaway — On February 24, a parent called police after the child didn’t come home from school. The child was found later that even, safe and unharmed, at a friend’s house.
Intoxicated juvenile — On February 25, in the evening, police were called to the Willow Creek subdivision, where they found a 15-year-old boy highly intoxicated. Anna Fire and EMS took the juvenile to a hospital and police notified his parents.
Arson — Police reported that the interior of an 18-wheeler cab had been intentionally set on fire. Smith said damage was limited to the inside and they are investigating the arson.
Overdose — On February 16, police went to the Oak Hollow subdivision because of a possible overdose. EMS took a woman to Baylor hospital in McKinney for further evaluation.
Missing person — On February 25, a woman reported that her 29-year-old daughter was missing from their home in the Oak Hollow subdivision. Police located the daughter and she is all right, Smith said.
DWI arrest — On February 11, police received a call about a reckless driver on U.S. 75. Smith said they located and stopped the vehicle, then jailed the driver on a charge of driving while intoxicated. The woman is a 39-year-old from Addison.
Drug arrest — On February 20, police stopped a northbound vehicle on U.S. 75, then jailed the driver, a 26-year-old from Garland, on a charge of possession of marijuana between 4 ounces and 5 pounds.