A woman suspected in a spree of armed robberies had her bail hearing scheduled for today.
© — Photo by Rosie Gillingham/The Telegram
Alexandra Faye Hollohan-Gough, accused of committing three robberies last week, is escorted out of provincial court in St. John’s Monday.
Alexandra Faye Hollohan-Gough was back in provincial court in
St. John’s Monday, two days after she was arrested in connection with three robberies at businesses in the metro area.
The 18-year-old was said to have held up a Marie’s Mini Mart convenience store on Crosbie Road Dec. 5.
Five days later, she reportedly tried to rob money from Marie’s Mini Mart in Paradise, near Octagon Pond, and an Esso gas station on Torbay Road.
Police say that in all three incidents, Gough had a knife.
She faces six charges — a single count of robbery, two counts of attempted robbery and three counts of having a weapon dangerous to the public.