A woman charged in a series of syringe-wielding robberies in Prince Albert has been approved for bail.

Carmine Patti Nayneecassum, 33, was arrested earlier this month after the thefts from four businesses in Prince Albert.

She allegedly threatened employees with a needle at four businesses and stole cash.

The Crown and defence came to an agreement for Nayneecassum’s release from custody at Prince Albert Provincial Court on Wednesday.

A judge approved the plan – which includes an order for her to wear an electronic monitoring device – and Nayneecassum will be released once she provides a $100 cash recognizance.

She’ll be on strict conditions, including a 24-hour curfew to stay at her father’s house on Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation, unless she has permission from a probation officer.

She faces firearms, weapons, drugs and alcohol prohibitions. Nayneccassum was ordered to stay away from Prince Albert while she’s on the monitoring, unless approved.

The armed robbery case returns to court on September 9.