Alexandra Gough-Hollahan pleads not guilty to 3 armed robberies

An 18-year-old woman accused of going on a crime spree in the St. John's area in December pleaded not guilty in provincial court on Friday.

A woman accused of going on a crime spree in the St. John's area in December pleaded not guilty in provincial court on Friday.

Alexandra Gough-Hollahan,18, is charged with holding up two convenience stores as well as an Esso service station. 

Two of the armed robberies occurred in St. John's, the other in Paradise.

Gough-Hollahan is also charged with having a weapon and concealing her face with a mask. She was said to have used a knife during the three armed robberies.

Her trial is set for early June.