(Cincinnati, Oh.)--The teen accused of robbing a PNC Bank branch in Hyde Park, Monday, will stay in the Hamilton County Juvenile Detention Center until May 1, after she went before a judge Tuesday morning.

Police said the 16-year-old girl, walked into the bank and handed the teller a note demanding money. The note may have indicated that she had a gun, though no weapon was found on the girl when she was arrested.

It is not clear how much money the girl got away with but police report the bag was tagged with a GPS tracking device.Police tracked the GPS signal to the Kenwood Towne Center and locked down the mall, until they located the girl.

An administrator with the Hamilton County Juvenile Court reported Tuesday, that the girl was given probation on April 1, after she was convicted on charges of drug possession, criminal trespassing and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

At the May 1 hearing the Judge will determine if the girl will be tried as an adult.