Here are two past mugshots of "Jane Doe," now identified as —the woman who has refused for three weeks to give Anoka County and Fridley authorities her real name or let them take fingerprints or a booking photo.
The photos come from the Warrenville (IL) Police Department. Warrenville, a city west of Chicago, is listed as Thomas' hometown in local arrest records dated June 13, 2011.
That's approximately where Fridley police had theorized she might have come from—working backwards from the vacant house in Fridley where they arrested her July 10, 2012, through a series of Wisconsin cities that .
Fingerprints and Photographs
But it wasn't the a that Fridley police had circulated to law enforcement agencies in the Chicago area that led to her identification.
Instead, led Fridley police to the records on file with their counterparts in Warrenville.
Fridley Police Lt. Mike Monsrud confirmed Tuesday morning what : Thomas continues to refuse to cooperate with the booking process or identify herself, even since authorities have
The documents containing the Warrenville booking photographs carry a date of July 26, 2012—apparently the date Fridley police confirmed her identity.
Also included in the materials from Warrenville is a full set of fingerprints apparently taken directly from Thomas' fingers.
Authorities in at least three Wisconsin counties are preparing warrants for crimes they say Thomas committed, Monsrud said, apparently as she crossed the state in the stolen vehicle that was in the garage of the house at Rice Creek Way NE and East River Road where police arrested her July 10 with the aid of a police dog who dragged her out of a closet.
The Wisconsin cities where Monsrud said police accuse Thomas of commiting crimes are Tomah, Baraboo and Genoa City.
Thomas is entering her fourth week in a holding cell at Anoka County Jail—, according to Lenzmeier. She faces , as well as a for refusing to give her name.
, said in an interview with Fridley Patch before police had identified her client that "Jane Doe" had the "absolute right to remain silent." Pradt also said she had requested from the court a psychological evaluation of her client—typically a series of exams over six weeks.
Thomas' next court date is Aug. 8, 2012.