'Botox Bandit' Gets Probation for Beautifying and Bolting in Reno

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A woman known to police as the "Botox Bandit" was sentenced Friday to probation related to receiving expensive anti-aging treatments and dashing out without paying.

Lisa Ann Martini, of Sparks, earlier had pleaded guilty to one count of burglary.

The 50 year old had been accused of not paying for more than $5,700 worth of Botox treatments at Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons, Century Wellness Center and Genesis Medical Spa.

Washoe District Judge Brent Adams sentenced Martini to a term of probation not to exceed three years for her conviction of burglary. He said he was concerned that she might be a risk to another business, and warned her if she violated her probation, she would be sent to prison.

Martini told Adams she was seeing a psychiatrist and was "truly sorry from the bottom of my heart."