MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Former Chicago alderman and civil rights activist Dorothy Tillman was arrested and charged Sunday with trespassing at a hospital in her native Montgomery.

The arrest came after a confrontation with officials at Jackson Hospital over access to medical records for Tillman's 86-year-old aunt.

Tillman, 60, had attended a funeral Saturday morning for civil rights icon Johnnie Carr and took her aunt to the hospital that evening. Security staff were called over the records dispute, and they in turn called police, hospital spokesman Peter Frohmader said Sunday.