She hid the baby in her sling body bag and took him out when she entered the first security check point.
While officials had originally said she was from OH, public records obtained by ABC News Thursday placed her recently in Utah.
Jennifer Talbot was working at a local mall, according to Daily Mail, which also wrote that she was married three times.
Mabulac said the woman was travelling alone.
Jennifer Talbot reportedly tried to take the baby in her hand luggage on her flight from Manila to MI.
"She said she was bringing the baby to the U.S.to get vaccinations and participate in some religious rites, " he told Manila radio station DZBB. "Based on the documents presented by Subject Talbot, the baby was born on August 29, 2019 at Southern Philippines Medical Center, Davao City", the press release states.
Talbot slipped past initial security while carrying the 6-day-old baby boy.
Talbot said she was from OH but in court documents the bureau of investigation listed an address in Utah.
An attorney for Talbot could not immediately be found by PEOPLE.
The American faces multiple charges, including human trafficking.
Investigations into the case are ongoing. Talbot said Dulap was friends with her brother's ex-girlfriend, according to NBC.
Authorities said in a press conference Thursday that the incident had been an attempted illegal adoption, according to The New York Post.
Authorities said they are now looking for the infant's parents, both of whom have been charged under a child protection law.
After discovering the baby, airline staff called immigration personnel, who arrested Ms Talbot at the airport.
Authorities have indicated that the baby appeared to be Filipino, and did not belong to Talbot.