NEW CANAAN, Conn. — A woman arrested seven times for trespassing on David Letterman’s property has made another visit.

Margaret Ray, 41, whose last known address was Crawford, Colo., left a book about meditation and a letter in the driveway of the comedian’s home sometime last week, police said.

Letterman told police he did not want to pursue criminal trespass charges, Sgt. James George said.

Police learned of Ray’s latest visit when three teenagers told authorities they gave her a ride to the train station after seeing her on Letterman’s street.

Police searched the area, but did not find her.

George would not disclose the contents of the letter, but said it did not contain threatening language.

Ray was sentenced to six months in prison in June 1992 for breaking into Letterman’s house. She also was arrested for entering his unlocked garage and leaving two cookies, a bottle of whiskey and some letters.

Ray began her visits in 1988, when she was caught driving his $ 80,000 sports car. She told a toll collector she was Mrs. David Letterman and introduced her 3 -year-old son as David Jr.

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