SANTA ANA (CBSLA.com) — One of four women who was reported missing in Santa Ana has been found.
Andrea Palma Thomas, 29, was discovered in Anaheim Hills. Police say she did not want to be found because a warrant was out for her arrest.
Palma Thomas is OK, but not particularly happy, Santa Ana police Cpl. Anthony Bertagna said.
“She knew that we were looking for her, she had seen the stories. However, she did not want to be found. Obviously that was the fact that she had two outstanding warrants out for her arrest,” he said.
Palma Thomas disappeared along East First Street—the same area where Martha Anaya, 28, Kianna Rae Jackson, 20, and Josephine Vargas, 34, also went missing, Bertagna said.
Family members fear their loved ones could be the victims of foul play.
“We’re looking into all possible aspects, but there is no indication at this point that there is foul play in their disappearances,” Bertagna said.