LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com)  —  The serial stowaway arrested twice in one week was sentenced Wednesday to jail time.

Marilyn Hartman, 62, was sentenced to 177 days in county jail.

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Before she was sentenced, Superior Court Judge Alan Rubin gave Hartman a tongue-lashing.

“Recently, we’ve had shootings here, somebody killed here, at LAX. There have been in the past bombing attempts, past terrorist bombing attempts,” Rubin said. “I want, and I intend, to have police resources to be used in those kinds of matters. Not this.”

Hartman’s probation was revoked after she was caught at LAX Thursday without a boarding pass.

A judge had banned her from being anywhere near the airport unless she had a ticket to fly.

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Hartman had arrived in Los Angeles from San Jose three days earlier on a flight she didn’t pay for.

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