“Serial Stowaway” Arrested Again At Chicago Airport

Written by Deja Monet October 13, 2019
Photo Credit: Cook County Sheriff’s Office

A senior citizen who is known as a “serial stowaway” was arrested again at the O’Hare International Airport in Chicago.

According to CBS News, 67-year-old Marilyn Hartman was found at the second checkpoint of terminal 1 after she attempted to go through security without a boarding pass and identification. Officials arrested Hartman and charged with her with one count of felony trespass. She was previously placed on probation from a prior trespass incident and banned from entering O’Hare or Midway Airports without a boarding pass.

In May, Hartman pleaded guilty to entering a London-bound flight after sneaking past security without a ticket.

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She apologized for the incident and agreed to a plea deal where she was not allowed to enter the airports without a boarding pass. However, Hartman has a long history of sneaking into flights without a pass.

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Hartman was arrested in 2015 after she entered a Florida-bound flight from Minnesota and in 2014, she was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport after sneaking onto a flight from San Jose. She is expected to appear in court on Sunday to face her felony charges.

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