Stolen Genoa City truck linked to ‘Jane Doe’ arrest in Minnesota
GENOA CITY A woman in her 20s arrested last week for burglary and trespassing after found hiding in a home in Minnesota has been linked to an SUV that had been stolen in Genoa City, according to a news report by Minnesota TV station KARE11.
The woman, who refuses to give her authorities her name, have a booking shot taken or give police her fingerprints, was charged as Jane Doe.
Police found her hiding in an Anoka, Minn., house after the homeowner returned from an out-of-town trip to find his locks changed. When the homeowner called the police, they found an SUV without license plates that had been reported stolen in Genoa City.
Authorities also found the woman had been using credit cards stolen from the same truck to make unauthorized purchases in Baraboo and Tomah.
One of the names Jane Doe provided turned out to be that of the 2-year-old daughter of the owner of the stolen SUV.
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