Details emerge about woman charged with stalking Cubs' Theo Epstein
(MCT) — A woman accused of stalking Chicago Cubs president Theo Epstein last week had been declared a ward of the state in her native Massachusetts in 2003 after she was found incapable of taking care of herself because of mental illness, court records show.
Guardianship was awarded to Kathleen Kearney's father and sister, according to state probate records filed Monday in Cook County court. Also included in the filing was a Massachusetts court order from March approving a drug-treatment plan for Kearney involving a range of antipsychotic medications, including two that are commonly used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
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