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Posted: Friday, October 7, 2011 9:58 am | Updated: 1:11 pm, Thu Nov 17, 2011.

New details released by Leander police show there was drug evidence in the car of a woman who crashed the vehicle and reportedly choked her infant son, until witnesses could take the baby from her.

Monissa G. Pirie, reportedly ran away from the accident behind H-E-B- Plus! in Leander

According to the report, police recovered two pipes with residue, syringes with residue and a vial of 2-percent Lidocaine. The newly released report indicates that the 3-week old child received only minor injuries from the wreck and alleged choking, and that Child Protective Services was contacted.

Leander police were recently dispatched to Katherine Way in response to a suspicious person who was walking down the street carrying a fire extinguisher. According to the report, officers located a discharged fire extinguisher, but they didn't find the man.

Credit card abuse was reported to Leander police after a Leander woman found three unauthorized transactions had been made out of state.

Leander police arrested a juvenile female student at Leander High School after the girl was found to be in possession of prescription narcotics that did not belong to her, police said. The girl was taken to the juvenile justice center in Georgetown.

A juvenile student at Rouse High School was arrested recently on a warrant from the Williamson County Juvenile Justice Center. No details on the warrant were released.

Officers responded to a fight in the 800 block of Pampas Ricas Drive were three adults were all ticketed for fighting.

Wheels and tires were reported stolen from a vehicle parked in the 800 block of Eaglecreek Drive.

A girl's purse was reported stolen at Leander High School. The purse was later recovered but an iPod Nano that was inside was missing. The iPod is red and has the girl's name and phone number inscribed on the back.

Jewelry, electronics and even food was reported stolen from a home in the 400 block of Lion Drive. According to the report, a television, game system, computer, hard drive, wedding and other rings, clothing and a bag of food was reported stolen.

Arrests and citations included: Josehp B Hopkins III, 38, Leander, possession of marijuana in a drug-free zone; Randy Wayne Bonnet, 45, Leander, DWI; Travis Deshun Stephens, 30, Leander, failure to identify and assault warrant from Bexar County.

 

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