By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — A deal has been struck in principle in the infamous serial stowaway case.

Marilyn Hartman has been arrested multiple times at O’Hare International Airport.

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Among other incidents, she was sentenced to 18 months of probation in March after pleading guilty in March 2019 to sneaking past Chicago airport security, boarding a plane and flying to London without a ticket the year before.

She was arrested again in October 2019 after being spotted at Terminal 1, Checkpoint 2 at O’Hare and was seen attempting to pass through security without a boarding pass or identification. Police said by then, Hartman was on probation for a prior trespass incident and was prohibited from going to O’Hare or Midway international airports without a boarding pass.

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In late March 2020, Hartman was released from Cook County Jail and put on home monitoring after being attacked at the jail, and also after the coronavirus pandemic became a concern for inmates.

This current case stems from the probation violation. A judge wants Hartman to go to jail, while her attorney and the state want probation.

Hartman is now likely to get jail and will get credit for the 500-plus days she’s been in custody already.

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Her next court date is next month.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff