Suspected serial jet stowaway released from jail

FILE - This January 2018, file photo provided by the Chicago Police Department shows Marilyn Hartman, who added this month to her arrest record for sneaking onto planes after what police say was a ticketless flight from Chicago to London has been ordered released from jail, a judge said Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018. (Chicago Police Department via AP) AP AP NEWS Log in | Sign up × searchIcon AP Top News Sports Entertainment Explore You are following AP Top News Sports Entertainment Oddities Travel Technology Lifestyle Business U.S. News Health Science International News Politics Add more topics Trending Lotteries NHL hockey Florida Philadelphia NBA basketball Ohio Michigan Shootings Colorado South Korea Yesterday https://apnews.com/bac55000e9fe4f649d7432e9346880c6 Link copied! RELATED TOPICS Arrests Chicago London U.S. News More from North America Suspected serial jet stowaway released from jail CHICAGO (AP) — A woman known for sneaking onto planes who was recently arrested after flying ticketless from Chicago to London is being released from jail. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Cook County Judge Donald Panarese Jr. on Thursday ordered the release of 66-year-old Marilyn Hartman on her own recognizance and warned her to stay away from airports. Hartman has several similar arrests on her record. In 2016, she was sentenced to six months of house arrest at a mental health facility. Her latest arrest came after police say she got through a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at O’Hare International Airport and boarded a British Airways flight without a ticket or boarding pass. The airline realized Hartman didn’t have a ticket and returned her to Chicago Jan. 18. by TaboolaMore From AP Captive kids slowly providing information to investigators 3 in Dallas family get prison for stomping pregnant teen Document: Victim's friend seemed nervous, had dirty nails Mississippi inmate in buttocks injection killing has died by Taboola Sponsored Links Ad Content See Life at Sea Level AARP Member Advantages Video from our partners Think You Know Jet Engines? Test Your Knowledge! (Quiz) HowStuffWorks Quizzes Comfortable, rechargeable, and invisible! Meet the future of hearing aids. Eargo Plus Hearing Aids Livermore: This Meal Service is Cheaper Than Your Local Store Home Chef Shoppers Are Getting Unbelievable Deals With This Little-Known Site Tophatter Sleep in Bed-Tent Seclusion Even in a Packed Dorm Privacy Pop Most Men Can't Guess Half These Construction Tools! Can You? Zoo.com These Hilarious Animal Photos Nearly Broke The Internet! Pawsome Rap mogul Suge Knight's ex-lawyer arrested in Los Angeles 27 mins ago Westbrook's season-high 46 lead Thunder past Wizards 121-112 6 mins ago Kentucky shooting suspect ordered held; vigil for victims 7 mins ago VIEW MORE AP NEWS About Terms and Conditions Privacy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS About Us Products and Services Media Center Company Contact Us Careers MORE FROM AP AP Images AP Archives AP Video Hub FOLLOW AP Follow Facebook Follow Twitter Follow LinkedIn Follow Google Plus Follow YouTube All contents © copyright 2018 Associated Press. All rights reserved.
FILE - This January 2018, file photo provided by the Chicago Police Department shows Marilyn Hartman, who added this month to her arrest record for sneaking onto planes after what police say was a ticketless flight from Chicago to London has been ordered released from jail, a judge said Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018. (Chicago Police Department via AP) AP AP NEWS Log in | Sign up × searchIcon AP Top News Sports Entertainment Explore You are following AP Top News Sports Entertainment Oddities Travel Technology Lifestyle Business U.S. News Health Science International News Politics Add more topics Trending Lotteries NHL hockey Florida Philadelphia NBA basketball Ohio Michigan Shootings Colorado South Korea Yesterday https://apnews.com/bac55000e9fe4f649d7432e9346880c6 Link copied! RELATED TOPICS Arrests Chicago London U.S. News More from North America Suspected serial jet stowaway released from jail CHICAGO (AP) — A woman known for sneaking onto planes who was recently arrested after flying ticketless from Chicago to London is being released from jail. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Cook County Judge Donald Panarese Jr. on Thursday ordered the release of 66-year-old Marilyn Hartman on her own recognizance and warned her to stay away from airports. Hartman has several similar arrests on her record. In 2016, she was sentenced to six months of house arrest at a mental health facility. Her latest arrest came after police say she got through a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at O’Hare International Airport and boarded a British Airways flight without a ticket or boarding pass. The airline realized Hartman didn’t have a ticket and returned her to Chicago Jan. 18. by TaboolaMore From AP Captive kids slowly providing information to investigators 3 in Dallas family get prison for stomping pregnant teen Document: Victim's friend seemed nervous, had dirty nails Mississippi inmate in buttocks injection killing has died by Taboola Sponsored Links Ad Content See Life at Sea Level AARP Member Advantages Video from our partners Think You Know Jet Engines? Test Your Knowledge! (Quiz) HowStuffWorks Quizzes Comfortable, rechargeable, and invisible! Meet the future of hearing aids. Eargo Plus Hearing Aids Livermore: This Meal Service is Cheaper Than Your Local Store Home Chef Shoppers Are Getting Unbelievable Deals With This Little-Known Site Tophatter Sleep in Bed-Tent Seclusion Even in a Packed Dorm Privacy Pop Most Men Can't Guess Half These Construction Tools! Can You? Zoo.com These Hilarious Animal Photos Nearly Broke The Internet! Pawsome Rap mogul Suge Knight's ex-lawyer arrested in Los Angeles 27 mins ago Westbrook's season-high 46 lead Thunder past Wizards 121-112 6 mins ago Kentucky shooting suspect ordered held; vigil for victims 7 mins ago VIEW MORE AP NEWS About Terms and Conditions Privacy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS About Us Products and Services Media Center Company Contact Us Careers MORE FROM AP AP Images AP Archives AP Video Hub FOLLOW AP Follow Facebook Follow Twitter Follow LinkedIn Follow Google Plus Follow YouTube All contents © copyright 2018 Associated Press. All rights reserved.

CHICAGO (AP) — A woman known for sneaking onto planes who was recently arrested after flying ticketless from Chicago to London is being released from jail.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Cook County Judge Donald Panarese Jr. on Thursday ordered the release of 66-year-old Marilyn Hartman on her own recognizance and warned her to stay away from airports.

Hartman has several similar arrests on her record. In 2016, she was sentenced to six months of house arrest at a mental health facility.

Her latest arrest came after police say she got through a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at O’Hare International Airport and boarded a British Airways flight without a ticket or boarding pass. The airline realized Hartman didn’t have a ticket and returned her to Chicago Jan. 18.

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