A travel agent from Farmington has been arrested for the third time, accused of defrauding customers who thought they were traveling to a sporting event.
Maria Klemyk, 44, of Farmington, was arrested on Monday on a warrant charging her with first-degree larceny, according to police.
Police said customers of Colonial Travel prepaid for tickets and travel to 2010 World Figure Skating Championships in Turnin, Italy, only to find the trips were never booked or purchased.
Klemyk is accused of defrauding customers of thousands of dollars in fees.
In August 2011, Farmington police charged Klemyk with stealing $90,000 from customers who wanted to go to the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada. She pleaded not guilty to those charges.
In January 2012, police charged Klemyk with larceny and said she bilking customers out of $13,000 they thought would get them to the 2011 World Figure Skating Championships.
"Looking at the website, it looked legitimate," Lt. Marshall Porter, of Farmington police, said at the time. "I think people were just taken. Ultimately, they never received any of their money back."
Police said at the time that they believed there were more victims and asked that they come forward.
She is next due in court on June 19.