Cause of death currently unreleased; state and local officials investigate further
Anna Moses, the assistant director of strategic planning and analysis, was found dead on Jan. 14 in her home in Frisco. Police have ruled the death a homicide.
Moses was 43 years old.
Police arrived at Moses’ house around 10:50 a.m. in response to a welfare check because she had not gone to work, said Frisco Public Information Officer Chad LaPrelle. It appears to be an isolated incident.
“The news of Anna’s passing is a shock to the University community,” said Associate Vice President for Communications John Walls in a statement. “Anna has worked at UT Dallas since 2005. She was well liked and respected by her colleagues and she will be sorely missed.”
Police have not released details about how she died. They determined that her car, a blue 2009 Hyundai Sonata, was taken from her home and then abandoned a few blocks away.
The Texas Ranger Division are also helping with the investigation. The Rangers have extra resources that can help the police, LaPrelle said.
Police request that anyone with information regarding this case call their nonemergency number at 972-292-6010.