Serial Stowaway Sneaks Onto Plane, Flies to London

23 January, 2018, 02:09 | Author: Franklin Nunez
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According to prosecutors, she then tried and failed to board a flight to CT. Her arrest last week was at least the 10th time she's been caught trying to slip past airport security without a plane ticket.

CBS news reported that Chicago Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said Hartman managed to make her way through a federal Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at a domestic terminal without a ticket.

She is charged with felony theft and a misdemeanor count of criminal trespassing. She was jailed in Chicago that same year for trying to bypass security at the city's two major airports.

Hartman, of Grayslake, Ill., was flown back to O'Hare and Chicago police and other officials were waiting for her when she arrived, prosecutors said.

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She then boarded a flight to the United Kingdom and was detained by British Customs Officials at Heathrow International Airport in London on January 15, police said.

In 2014 she was arrested three times.

Lauren Huffman, spokeswoman for the Chicago Department of Aviation, said no passengers or visitors were placed in harm's way because of the incident.

A weird habit of trying to get on planes without a ticket has resulted in numerous court appearances and convictions. "During the initial investigation it was determined that the passenger was screened at the security checkpoint before boarding a flight".

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"We are working with our law enforcement partners to support a comprehensive and thorough investigation, while continuing to maintain the highest levels of security at O'Hare Airport", the statement said.

But her freakish and headline-grabbing behavior has confounded authorities.

In 2016 she pleaded guilty to a trespassing charge and was sentenced to six months at a mental health facility, after she was found at a bus terminal at O'Hare.

Ms Hartman also has a history of attempted escape from mental health facilities. "I can't figure out why that is", Raines told Hartman, according to the Chicago Tribune's account of the hearing. At a hearing Saturday afternoon, a judge ordered her released on her own recognizance, but ordered her to undergo psychological treatment and stay away from O'Hare and any British Airways planes. Her movements were caught on video.

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Her actions in the airport were recorded on the surveillance cameras, police authorities said.

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