‘Serial stowaway’ pleads guilty after arrest at O’Hare Airport

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CHICAGO – The woman arrested several times for allegedly trying to get on flights at O’Hare and Midway airports without a ticket pleads guilty on Thursday to her latest infraction.

64 year-old Marilyn Hartman was arrested at O’Hare International Airport last month.  She defied orders to stay away from airports.

She faced a pretty upset judge. The judge said he was mad at her for violating his trust, and thinks she’s addicted to the attention.

Hartman was put on mental health probation for two years at Margaret Manor Central.

Her first six months will have to be spent in complete confinement at that center, or she’ll go to jail and pay a fine.

She’s also restricted from all airports, bus, and train stations. She’s also restricted from using her phone, and can’t call any TV stations.




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