CHICAGO (AP) — A Massachusetts woman faces felony stalking charges after prosecutors say she flew to Chicago, rented a red Mustang and tried to deliver a birthday gift to the young son of Chicago Cubs President Theo Epstein at his home near Wrigley Field.
In a Cook County courtroom Tuesday, prosecutors said Kathleen Kearney, 44, of Canton, Mass., had tried to contact Epstein several times when he was the general manager of the Boston Red Sox.
She allegedly flew to Chicago Monday and used a rental car’s navigation system to get to Epstein’s home address, which she had found on the Internet. At the home, she told Epstein’s wife she had a backpack and birthday banner for their son, prosecutors said.
Kearney appeared in a Cook County courtroom Tuesday where she was charged with two felony counts of stalking. Bond was set at $75,000.
On Monday morning at Epstein’s home…
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