The woman accused of impersonating a doctor at two Kansas hospitals, is back in Wichita tonight.
Ronda Vannover was arrested on a parole violation in Pecos, Texas earlier this week.
Police believe she's the same woman who went into hospitals in Wichita and Salina dressed like a doctor, and asked about the babies.
But what was Vannover's intention? Police with the Exploited and Missing Children Unit are interviewing Vannover tonight.
They're trying to find out if she went to those hospitals with the intention of stealing a baby.
Sgt. Jay McLaurian says, "We hope to find out why she was in the hospital dressed as a doctor."
There has been speculation Vannover might have been trying to steal a baby. But according to Wichita defense attorney Warner Eisenbise, that's going be hard to prove.
Eisenbise says, "It would give rise to my mind that she was there to commit a illegal act, but I’m not sure that's enough to support probable cause."
Eisenbise does not represent Vannover, but says she could be charged with impersonation, which is a Class B misdemeanor.
Eisenbise says, "If they have evidence showing her intention to be there to scope the area in order to steal a child, that would be a more serious possibility, but I doubt that evidence is in existence."
The evidence against Vannover continues to mount. In video taken two months ago, Vannover appears to be pregnant. However, there is no baby.
Some feel Vannover faked the pregnancy and was trying to steal a baby to cover up her lies.
When Vannover was stopped, a baby seat along with other baby items were found in the car.
If police can prove she really was trying to steal a baby, attempted kidnapping charges could be filed, along with impersonation charges.
The impersonation charge carries a penalty of up to six months in jail, and a 2,500 fine.