After seeing Barker's photo in the Register this week, an employee at the fast food joint confirmed the woman was Barker, police said.
Barker was placed on paid administrative leave Thanksgiving Day, after police Chief Ken Klamar, acting on a tip from an employee, arrived at her home and found her intoxicated as she was about to head to work.
She was dressed in full uniform — including a handgun strapped to her belt — when Klamar showed up at the home. He took her to Firelands Regional Medical Center, where a test registered her blood-alcohol content well above the legal limit of 0.08 percent, police said.
At least two other Perkins officers, still unnamed, are also the focus of Klamar's internal investigation into the morning's events.
Klamar has promised a "swift" and "thorough" investigation.
For more on this ongoing story, pick up a copy of Friday's Register.