|Affiliation:||The Lane Hackers|
|Age:||35, born 790 A.S.|
Born on planet Denver, from a young age the subject showed great enthusiasm for all things Science and Computing. At the age of 18 the subject began studying for a Bachelors degree in Experimental Quantum Physics with Cosmology at the University of Denver, graduating at 22. Shortly after graduation the subject applied for a position as a Lab Technician at Ageira and was recruited to work in Lab 74 on Pueblo Station for a research team working on experimental Jump Gate technology.
After 3 years of working for Ageira the subject began to socialize more frequently with certain 'marked' individuals, and showed a dangerous level of interest in the organization known as The Lane Hackers. Due to the inherent security risk in her behavior, the subject was restricted to Pueblo Station and put under 24 hour surveillance. The subject escaped from Pueblo Station just with the help of a Security Guard named Mark Denton (detained on Sugarland), and has reportedly been sighted frequently extorting transports and spewing meaningless propaganda throughout Liberty.
Investigation into the subject after her escape brought up important details about illegal activity that previously went unnoticed, primarily using Ageira computers to access restricted information from Ageira, Interspace Commerce, Liberty Security Force and Liberty Government systems, most often concerning the USI project, the Texas Incident and more recently, the Lane Hackers. Often leaving behind misleading malware designed to cover her tracks, the subject has on at least one occasion caused the long-term shutdown of a high-priority government network and is the main suspect for the latest attack on Ageira systems, which caused moderate physical damage to an Ageira processing stack through deactivation of the freon cooling system. After more thorough questioning of employees the subject was found to be the culprit of a situation which occurred during October 817, where several lab officials were found working under the influence of heavy doses of banned experimental Cryer drugs.
Disrupting trade, armed robbery, industrial espionage, possession of illegal substances with intent to supply, using Ageira laboratories and equipment for illicit purposes, using Ageira resources for personal 'inventions', suspected murder of at least one Ageira employee and constantly drinking wine but never getting drunk.
All security agents are instructed to capture at all costs the subject after eliminating all its electronic warfare systems in order to avoid a hostile takeover. If captured the target is to be secured in the nearest facility where it will await transfer to the headquarters for further processing. No preliminary interrogation of the subject is allowed.