(CNN)‘Serial stowaway’ Marilyn Hartman is being held with out bond following her arrest at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport on Tuesday after she left the residential facility the place she was being electronically monitored.

The Cook County Sheriff’s Office informed CNN in a press release that it was notified that she had left the power round midday Tuesday, and that digital monitoring employees instantly started looking for her location.

“Staff attempted to contact Hartman using the phone built into the device, but Hartman did not answer,” the assertion mentioned. “Electronic Monitoring Unit Investigators found that her device indicated she was traveling in the direction of O’Hare International Airport.”

As investigators headed to the airport, the sheriff’s workplace notified the Chicago Police Department that Hartman gave the impression to be headed to the airport, in accordance with the assertion. Around 1: 38 p.m., police have been notified that Hartman was near Terminal 1.

An alarm was activated on her ankle monitoring machine and he or she was detained by Chicago cops, the assertion mentioned. Hartman didn’t enter any safe areas, the sheriff’s workplace mentioned.

Hartman, 69, was returned to the Cook County Jail. Hartman appeared in Cook County Circuit Court on Thursday, in accordance with her legal professional Parle Roe-Taylor. Hartman is just not in a position to put up bond or be launched presently, Roe-Taylor mentioned.

Hartman is at the moment being held on two bonds, Roe-Taylor informed CNN in an e mail Thursday. One is $100,000 for an escape cost stemming from her arrest on Tuesday and the opposite is a “no bond” maintain for violations of her parole circumstances and bail bond.

“Even if she were able to post bond on the one matter, she would still not be released because of the ‘no bond’ holds,” Roe-Taylor mentioned.

Hartman is due again in courtroom on March 22 and once more on April 7, in accordance with Roe-Taylor.

On Wednesday, Roe-Taylor mentioned that Hartman continues to battle psychological well being points and characterised her actions that led to Tuesday’s arrest as a relapse.

“She continues to struggle as a homeless person within a system that is not designed to adequately address the mental health issues Ms. Hartman presents. Until this arrest, Ms. Hartman had been stable for the past year and a half, cooperative and without incident,” Parle Roe-Taylor wrote in an e mail to CNN on Wednesday.

“Unfortunately, relapse is part of what happens sometimes during treatment. Relapses must be addressed through treatment, and not punitively,” Roe-Taylor wrote.

Roe-Taylor added that Hartman is a nonviolent particular person “who has not shown to be a risk for harming others.”

Authorities at A Safe Haven, the non-profit dwelling the place Hartman has been residing, informed CNN affiliate WBBM they’d no remark Tuesday on how Hartman managed to go away the residence.

WBBM aired an interview with Hartman two days earlier than her newest arrest.

A development of airport arrests

Hartman first made nationwide headlines in August 2014, when she was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport for efficiently boarding a flight from Mineta San Jose International Airport with out a ticket. She pleaded no contest to the costs and was sentenced to probation. The subsequent day she was rearrested at Los Angeles International Airport.

Her streak continued at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix. On August 14, Hartman was given a warning for attempting to enter a safety checkpoint with out a ticket. Twelve days later, she was arrested in an airport terminal for prison trespass. A day after that, Hartman was once more seen loitering round a safety checkpoint, Phoenix police mentioned.

She was arrested in Florida in 2015. Another arrest adopted at O’Hare in 2016 for violating her probation, which forbid her from setting foot on airport property. She was sentenced to 6 months of home arrest in a psychological well being facility for violating courtroom orders to keep away from airports, WBBM reported.

She was then arrested at O’Hare once more in January 2018 after British officers had detained her in London. She was charged with one misdemeanor rely of trespassing and one felony rely of theft after she succeeded in touring from Chicago to London with out a passport or boarding cross.

In October 2019, she was arrested after she tried to cross via O’Hare’s safety with out a boarding cross or identification.

    WBBM reported that Hartman was launched from Cook County Jail and placed on dwelling monitoring in March 2020 after being attacked on the jail, and after the coronavirus pandemic turned a priority for inmates.

    Reporters who’ve adopted her arrests mentioned the success of her evasive maneuvers is dependent upon her capacity to mix right into a crowd as a seemingly innocent, aged white girl.

    CNN’s Keith Allen, Marlena Baldacci, Emanuella Grinberg and Carma Hassan contributed to this report.