SFO (KRON) — A woman repeatedly arrested for trying to board planes at San Francisco International Airport without a ticket will spend the next two years on supervised probation and get treatment for a newly diagnosed major depressive disorder.
62-year old Marilyn Jean Hartman was diagnosed while spending the last month getting treatment at the county’s Pathways Mental Health Program. Doctors say she will now be moved to a residential treatment program under strict supervision.
Authorities say Hartman showed up at SFO at least three times and tried to sneak onto planes bound for Hawaii. She pleaded no contest to misdemeanor trespassing and turned over to the mental health court which ordered her observation and treatment.
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