A South West woman has been refused bail after she allegedly threatened to smash a disabled woman with a hammer during a rampant robbery spree through Bunbury. Lana May Quartermaine appeared in Bunbury Magistrates Court on March 3 from custody on seven charges including stealing, aggravated home burglary and trespassing. Ms Quartermaine applied for a bail application after being taking into custody the day before, but the police prosecution opposed the application. On February 25, it was alleged Ms Quartermaine visited the home of a 57-year-old woman with a disability who she had known, and was invited inside for a cup of tea. The two women entered the kitchen of the home, before the accused allegedly pulled out a hammer, hit the table and threatened the victim. “Don’t think I won’t smash you,” the accused allegedly said while swinging the hammer in the woman’s face. Ms Quartermaine allegedly began placing items from the home into a bag, including a wallet containing $50, two pairs of prescription sunglasses, a laptop and a tablet, multiple watches, and 18 karat gold bracelet. The alleged aggravated burglary happened after Ms Quartermaine was involved in a string of robberies throughout Bunbury, where she was caught on CCTV and DNA was detected by police forensics. Between the dates of November 26 and November 28, it was alleged the accused broke into a vehicle where she stole a fuel card. However, Ms Quartermaine allegedly left a Mount Franklin water bottle in the car, which was taken to forensics and the accused’s DNA was found on the bottle. Between the dates of January 13 and January 31, it was alleged Ms Quartermaine entered a house without consent and searched through the owners items, and stole a handbag and purse. Ms Quartermaine allegedly picked up a set of car keys and attempted to start the car in the driveway of the property but did not succeed. On another occasion, Ms Quartermaine allegedly walked on to a property and removed a flyscreen window covering to enter the house, while the occupants were still inside. Once inside the house, the woman allegedly stole a wallet containing $600 cash and a $150 Bunnings gift voucher, and a pouch containing $400 cash. The occupants were allegedly disturbed by the noise from the robbery, and chased Ms Quartermaine from the house. Police conducted a forensic test and allegedly found Ms Quartermaine’s fingerprints on the flyscreen. On January 31, CCTV footage allegeldy recorded vision of the accused walking into a back garden of a house in Glen Iris, where she was seen opening a shed in the rear end of the garden and “rummaging” through its contents. It was alleged she stole two strollers worth $500 and $600, and a child’s bike worth $99. Magistrate Joanne Andretich told the court she was “concerned” with the “persistence” of Ms Quartermaine’s alleged attempted robberies. The court was told Ms Quartermaine had a history of convictions for breaches of bail and breaches of suspended imprisonment orders, as well as a history of violence. “She has difficulty complying with orders,” Magistrate Andretich said. “I am concerned she will commit further offences.” Ms Quartermaine was refused bail and will remain in custody until she reappears in Bunbury Magistrates Court on March 28.