Judge Denies Request To Release 'Serial Stowaway' Marilyn HartmanA Cook County judge ruled 66-year-old Marilyn Hartman must remain in jail for now, denying her defense attorney's request to send her to a shelter for homeless former inmates.
'Serial Stowaway' To Undergo Psychiatric ExamA Cook County judge ordered a behavioral clinic exam for Marilyn Hartman during her back-to-back court hearings Wednesday morning.
The Case Of Marilyn Hartman, The Serial StowawayDespite jail time and a judge's warning, this 66-year-old woman continues to attempt to take unticketed jaunts. Why?
Serial Stowaway Arrested Again At O’HareMarilyn Hartman was arrested at O’Hare Airport early Sunday.
Serial Stowaway To Be Released, But Ordered To Stay Away From AirportsA Cook County judge has reduced bond for serial stowaway Marilyn Hartman, and dropped a requirement she be placed on electronic monitoring, nearly two weeks after she again slipped past security at O’Hare International Airport, this time managing to fly to London without a ticket or passport.
How Marilyn Hartman Got Past O'Hare SecurityThe serial stowaway's antics at O’Hare International Airport are captured on surveillance tape.
Serial Stowaway's Bond Includes Electronic MonitoringMarilyn Hartman, 66, snuck onto a British Airways flight last Sunday at O'Hare International Airport. Authorities in London sent her back to Chicago, and she was charged Friday with trespassing and theft.
Serial Stowaway Sentenced To 6 Months At Mental Health FacilityCook County Judge William Raines met with Marilyn Chambers behind closed doors, along with her public defender, the prosecutor, and a representative from a mental health facility to discuss the best option for her.