SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO -- For the second time in a week, police have arrested a 62-year-old woman accused of previously trying to sneak onto a plane to Hawaii on suspicion of trespassing and for violating a judge's order.

Marilyn Hartman, ordered to stay away from San Francisco International Airport, was nabbed Wednesday afternoon after authorities spotted her on SFO property, said San Mateo County Sheriff's spokeswoman Rebecca Rosenblatt.

During the most recent incident, deputies said they found her about 4 p.m. at the Terminal 3 baggage claim. Hartman said she did not have a boarding pass or money to buy a ticket. Officials added she had not attempted to board a flight or gain access to a security checkpoint.

Hartman was taken to San Mateo County jail, where she was booked and remained incarcerated on $7,500 bail Thursday.

On March 19, Hartman was arrested for trespassing and violating a court order after she was spotted about 9 a.m. hanging out at an SFO food court, Rosenblatt said. While she had not gone through security, the terms of her probation from three unauthorized attempts last month to board Hawaii-bound flights prohibit her from being at the airport without a legitimate ticket to fly. Hartman had neither a boarding pass in her possession nor the money to purchase one on March 19.

Prosecutors said Hartman had tried to get on planes to Hawaii on Feb. 15, 18 and 20. The first time, she made it through security and onto an airplane without a ticket. She was caught when the ticketed passenger arrived and found her sitting in the seat.

Hartman was not able to make it through security on her next two tries and was arrested Feb. 20 after attempting to get on a flight with a discarded boarding pass, authorities said. She pleaded no contest to two counts of misdemeanor commercial burglary and was put on 18 months probation.

As a result of those incidents, the court ordered Hartman to stay away from the airport unless she was lawfully ticketed to fly.

While the reasons for the woman's continuous attempts to get to Hawaii remain unknown, she told authorities it was because she has cancer and wanted to go someplace warm. Authorities have not yet said whether her medical claims check out.

Erin Ivie contributed to this report. Contact Natalie Neysa Alund at 510-293-2469. Follow her at Twitter.com/nataliealund.