Tuesday, March 20, 2018 || By Nona Tepper/Forest Park Review || @maywoodnews
Featured image: Marian Hatcher, who went from living on the streets to crafting policy on Capitol Hill. | Submitted photo
The last time Maui Jones saw his mother he had a gun to his head.
Jones, then-18 and living in River Forest, came downstairs to ask his mom for a ride to his first acting gig. When he reached the basement, he saw his mom, Marian Hatcher, hopped up on drugs.
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Friday, March 18, 2016 || Originally Published: Cook County Chronicle || 3/16/16 || By Jean Lotus || Photo, left, of James Taylor The runaway girl, age 16, was waiting in a room on the second floor of the Travel Inn in Broadview around 11:30 p.m. Jan. 8 when an undercover Cook County Sheriff’s officer entered the room. The sheriff’s Police Vice Unit had seen an … Continue reading Online Human Sex Traffickers A Problem For Sheriff’s Dept.