A woman in an Ohio jail who has refused to give police her name has been identified as a 40-year-old disbarred lawyer who is wanted in Virginia and Colorado on charges including stalking, burglary and assault and tampering with a vehicle identification number, according to the Lima (Ohio) News.

Ann Marie Miller, of Virginia, had burned her fingertips in an effort to avoid being identified, and officials with the Allen County Sheriff’s Department in Lima surmised she was wanted for a serious crime.

Allen County Sheriff’s Detective Gary Hook, who contacted the Morning Sentinel Thursday about the case, said a search of Miller’s computer revealed she had sought information about the extradition process from Ohio to Augusta, Maine.

Hook said Miller had also told officials she was born in Bangor but had no Social Security number and there was no record of her birth.

According to the Lima News, Miller was involved in a love triangle in Virginia in which an attorney she was involved with left her for a paralegal.

The report said she was charged in Colorado with burglary, two counts of possession of burglary tools, trespassing, criminal mischief and felony marijuana cultivation. In Virginia, she was charged with tampering with a vehicle identification number, a felony; burglary and assault, disorderly conduct, threatening language over a public airway and stalking.

The Kennebec County Sheriff’s Department had assisted Ohio officials in the case by distributing flyers to law enforcement agencies around the state containing her photo and description.

Miller had worked caring for an elderly person in Florida until earlier this year when the individual died and she moved to Ohio to care for another elderly person.

Apparently someone in Florida recognized her photo and contacted authorities.