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31 January 2018, 06:10 | Vera Richards
Marilyn Hartman 66 has a history of sneaking aboard planes
Hartman, who has had repeated arrests for sneaking onto airplanes without a ticket and entering restricted areas of airports, is accused of doing it again - this time, police say, illegally boarding a January 14 flight to London. She was charged with trespassing on state land and a violation of a bail bond and was ordered held without bond until a hearing on Wednesday.
Hartman got onto a shuttle bus to the International Terminal and slept there overnight, prosecutors said.
Marilyn Hartman, 66, has a history of sneaking aboard planes. She is now being held in police custody for violating her bail bond.
Hartman left jail on Thursday after a judge reduced her bond and dropped an electronic monitoring requirement.
The judge in the case earlier in January told Hartman to stay away from both of Chicago's two airports and that she would be required to undergo a mental health examination, but neither of those conditions were listed on her $10,000 bond form, according to WMAQ, a Chicago NBC News affiliate.
Police arrested Hartman again in Florida in 2015, then again in Chicago in 2016, for violating her probation, which forbid her from setting foot on airport property. She sat in an empty seat and flew to London's Heathrow Airport, but when she showed her documents to a Customs agent, she was identified as someone who entered England without proper documentation, McCarthy said.
At the time she was sentenced to jail, Hartman had been living at a mental health facility on the Near North Side before violating the terms of her conviction by leaving the facility and going to O'Hare.
According to NPR, Hartman has attempted to board flights without a boarding pass more than 20 times.
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