A woman who sneaked aboard a commercial flight at San Jose Airport without a ticket arrested.

 
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New York (AirGuide Features - Inside Air Travel) Thu, Aug 7, 2014 - A woman who sneaked aboard a commercial flight at San Jose Airport without a ticket this week and flew to Southern California was re-arrested on Thursday Aug. 7 after she turned up at Los Angeles Airport, police said. Marilyn Jean Hartman, 62, was spotted by officers wandering through terminals at LAX in what police described as "a scouting mission," a day after a judge ordered her to stay away from the airfield, Los Angeles airport police said in a statement. Hartman had pleaded no contest on Wednesday to a misdemeanor stowaway charge following her arrest on Monday for illegally boarding a Southwest Airlines flight from San Jose to Los Angeles. Her presence on that flight was detected after a headcount in Los Angeles turned up an extra passenger before the plane continued on to Phoenix, a San Jose airport spokeswoman said. Hartman had apparently slipped past a document check by TSA agents by posing as a member of a family group, authorities said. On Wednesday, a judge placed Hartman on a two-year probation, and she was released on the condition that she not return to Los Angeles Airport, the police statement said. "When we knew she was going to...

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