Marilyn Hartman Wiki
Marilyn Hartman Biography
Marilyn Hartman is a Chicago woman known as the “Serial Stowaway.” She is an American woman known for stowing more than 20 commercial airline flights since 2014. She allegedly escaped from a residential electronic monitoring facility before returning to the airport.
Marilyn Hartman age
Marilyn Hartman is 69 years old.
On August 4, 2014, Hartman boarded a flight from Mineta San José International Airport to Los Angeles International Airport without a ticket. Flight attendants spotted her upon landing in Los Angeles, and Hartman was arrested and charged with breaking and entering.
On February 9, 2015, she flew from Minnesota to Jacksonville, FL without a ticket. She was arrested after checking into a hotel under someone else’s name when that person arrived at the hotel. She was charged with identity theft fraud and other crimes.
On January 14, 2018, she snuck on a plane from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport to London Heathrow International Airport, after failing to board a flight to Connecticut the day before. She was sent back to the United States for not having a passport, by British immigration officials, arrested and charged with theft, which sentenced her to 18 months probation and mental health counseling and restricted access to any property. from the airport without having a plane ticket.
On October 11, 2019, Hartman was arrested while trying to go through security without a boarding pass or identification at O’Hare and then, on March 16, 2021, she was detained at Chicago O’Hare International Airport. She failed TSA security checks.
Arrested – Charges
Hartman was arrested at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport on Tuesday after leaving the residential facility where she was being electronically monitored. Investigators were able to arrest Hartman at the international airport thanks to her tracking device, according to the report.
Security professionals told the station that her simple tactics are very alarming in a post-9/11 world.
Fighting bipolar disorder, she claims the police continue to blame her mental illness for her long history, rather than the ineptitude of the airport workers.
“I know they keep emphasizing mental illness… the police… they would like to have that instead. But umm … [laughs] no, I’m pretty good, “she said.
She faces charges of the crime of flight.