now has a name: Tammy Antoinette Thomas.
Anoka County authorities discovered her true identity on Friday, according to a Star Tribune report late Saturday afternoon—but it's not yet clear exactly how, the newspaper said.
The woman—held at Anoka County jail since July 10, 2012, on trespassing and receiving stolen property—had given only false names and refused to cooperate with jailers' efforts to take her fingerprints or photograph her, as . On July 13, authorities .
An amended criminal complaint () had more specifics about what authorities allege, the Star Tribune reported. These details are in accordance with what Fridley police said soon after the found her July 9 in a house on Rice Creek Way NE, at the corner of East River Road. Fridley police said she had put up window coverings, a shower curtain and even crown moulding that the home's owners, who don't live there, had left in the garage during a current renovation project.
Frome the Star Tribune report that appeared online Saturday:
According to an amended criminal complaint, police found an assortment of paperwork belonging to other people during a search of Thomas and the house. Thomas had on her a Social Security card belonging to the 2-year-old daughter of the owners of the SUV.
Police also found a McDonald's job application with the child's name and the address of the empty house. Additionally, several documents belonging to another woman were found in Thomas' possession including a W-2 that listed her Social Security number, an insurance card, bank statements, bills and a college tuition statement.
At her first court appearance, Thomas identified herself as the 2-year-old child as well as the woman.
Police also found state-issued ID cards that belonged to two other people.
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