The woman dubbed the "Cleaning Fairy" was sentenced for breaking into a house and leaving a bill for tidying it up, will not serve any jail time.
On Monday, Judge Peter J. Corrigan sentenced Susan Warren, 53, of Elyria, to one year of probation and 20 hours of community service.
If Warren does not complete her community service, she will be fined $150.
If she does not complete her probation, she will spend a year in the women's prison in Marysville.
She was accused of burglarizing a Dover Center Road home in Westlake on May 22.
Elyria police arrested her May 29 for the Westlake burglary.
Police records show Warren was previously accused of breaking into at least one other home in Bay Village in order to clean and leave a bill for her work.
In October, Warren pleaded guilty to charges of attempted burglary and trespass.
In the Westlake home, she left a note for the homeowner on a napkin stating that she had cleaned the home and was charging $75 for her services.
The homeowner called the number left on the napkin and Warren said the door was unlocked and she was desperate for money.