Allison Ruth MacKenzie, 20, to be sentenced April 29
Still from a surveillance camera after a city convenience store was robbed last week.
A 20-year-old Charlottetown woman who robbed a city convenience store last week while armed with a syringe pleaded guilty Thursday in provincial court to a charge of armed robbery.
Allison Ruth MacKenzie entered the guilty plea before Chief Provincial Court Judge John Douglas.
Just a moment before, she had elected to be tried by a provincial court judge.
Douglas adjourned the case for sentence to April 29, pending the preparation of a pre-sentence report.
MacKenzie's efforts netted her $553.