Calif. serial stowaway arrested at Sky Harbor

Calif. serial stowaway arrested at Sky Harbor

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PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Remember the serial stowaway woman who has a history of trying to sneak onto flights in California?

It turns out she's been busted again, but this time, it was in the valley.

Marilyn Hartman made headlines earlier this summer when she got aboard a flight from San Jose to Los Angeles without a ticket.

She had been ordered to stay out of any airport unless she had a boarding pass.

On Tuesday morning, the 62-year-old was spotted at Sky Harbor.

Employees at the airport reportedly recognized Hartman near the baggage claim at Terminal 4.

We're hearing this isn't her first time run-in with police at Sky Harbor.

She was also reportedly caught trying to pass through security without a ticket last week.

Hartman was given a warning and escorted out.

She has been arrested or detained at least 10 times since March.

She faces criminal trespassing charges.

Phoenix police have also requested that Hartman undergo a mental health evaluation.

Hartman was sentenced to about six months in jail, but due to overcrowding, she only served three days.

It's not clear how she made it from LA to Phoenix.
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