Anna is a 29-year-old homeless woman, formerly a research assistant to the victim. She has green eyes and brown hair with neon pink, green, and orange highlights. She wears a tattered green shirt under a tattered gray hoodie and a blue triangular pendant. She also sports piercings on her left eyebrow, star tattoos under her right eye, right collarbone, and on the right part of her neck. It is known that Anna drinks Rocket Sphinx and has an under-skin chip.
Events of Criminal Case
Anna became a suspect after she claimed to the team that she had seen Chief Scott's killer run out of the apartment building after the murder. After she tried and failed to extort Amy and the player for information, she told the team that she had seen someone throw a blood-stained glove into the trash. After she pointed the team in the direction of the trash can, she claimed not to know Chief Scott.
Anna was spoken to again about her working with the Chief on quantum theory. She admitted to working with the Chief, calling him a "funny guy to work with". However, after he started researching particle physics due to him being convinced that time travel was possible, the institute directors fired him. Since Anna was his assistant, she was also fired, resulting in her homelessness.
Anna was found to be innocent after the team incarcerated Abrax Tiakken for Chief Scott's murder. Later, Zara and the player questioned Anna about the resistance after they learned that Chief Scott was a part of it. When Zara mentioned the resistance to her, she urged the team to remain quiet, claiming that she did not want to have anything to do with them. She then suggested that if they wanted to look for the resistance, they searched for the resistance's mailbox in order to contact them.
- In Back to the Future's sticker album, it is noted in the suspect list sticker that Anna's hair is different, having blue highlights, swept to her left rather than her right, and covers her piercing. Not only that, she also sports a skinnier face. This is most likely a developer oversight.