Missing Marble Falls woman found



by Alexandria Randolph

A Marble Falls woman reported missing on Sept. 30 was reportedly found by the Seguin Police Department early on Sunday morning, Oct. 5- some six days after her trip began.

Anna McCoy, 80, was classified as missing by family members after she did not return home from a doctor’s appointment in Round Rock on Tuesday, Sept. 30.

“We think she got turned around and was traveling in the wrong direction,” said Marble Falls Police Lt. Steve Eckstein, adding that she had traveled through Luling, Marlin and Navasota before taking I10 to Seguin.

McCoy reportedly drove down the interstate and passed a Seguin Police Officer who was on a traffic stop, Eckstein said. When she drove by, her license plate number triggered an automatic alert in the officer’s license plate reader. The officer tracked down McCoy, and her family came to pick her up.

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