Hartman has been ordered not to go into airports

By Harriet Sokmensuer
Updated February 19, 2016 03:55 PM
Credit: Chicago Police Department

A 64-year-old woman known as the “serial stowaway” who has been arrested repeatedly for trying to sneak on flights without a ticket was arrested on Wednesday at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, PEOPLE confirms.

Marilyn Hartman was allegedly found in a bus shuttle center in the airport, in violation of her probation. She has been charged with one felony count of petition to violate probation and one misdemeanor count of criminal trespass, police say.

Hartman appeared in court Thursday and had a bond set for $150,000, according to court officials.

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Hartman has been arrested repeatedly in recent years for boarding planes without a ticket, police said.

Last August, she was taken into custody after successfully flying from San Jose to Los Angeles without a ticket. In December, Hartman pleaded guilty to charged of reckless conduct and criminal trespass to land, NBC reports. She was ordered to wear an electronic monitoring device from a previous arrest.

She was discovered on airport property because her monitoring device signaled to police.