MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — One of the Yellow Finch tree-sitters — who had been living in a tree in Montgomery County to keep the Mountain Valley Pipeline from being built — will not get out of jail anytime soon.

A judge ordered 23-year-old Claire Marian Fiocco from Dorset, Vermont be held without bond. Fiocco was the second-to-last tree-sitter removed from the tree along Yellow Finch Lane on Tuesday, March 23 and was charged with interfering with the property rights of another.

Montgomery County Commonwealth’s Attorney Mary Pettitt says Fiocco is considered a flight risk. Since Fiocco ignored Judge Robert Turk’s order to leave the tree for four months, it was ruled she would likely ignore her bond conditions.

Authorities in Montgomery County used a crane to remove Fiocco and 24-year-old Alexander Samuel Parker Lowe of Worcester, Massachusetts from the tree last week.

Lowe — who was removed on Wednesday, March 24 and charged with obstruction of justice and interfering with the property rights of another — has not had his bond hearing yet.