Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Prairie Audio 1:10 PM MT

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PR13 - (CRIME-Suspicious-Packages)

SASKATOON. x-06s. A 31-year-old woman charged after five suspicious packages were found in Saskatoon was in court today. Alexa Emerson, also known as Amanda May Totchek, pleaded not guilty to 15 charges including mischief and uttering threats. Defence laywer Brian Pfefferle (FEFF'-urh-lee) says his client waived her option of bail.

("...for her.") (SOURCE:CKOM)

TAG: Pfefferle says Emerson believes she is being framed. Saskatoon police allege a man and woman were hired by Emerson, to deliver packages to five different locations last week. Those packages were later determined to contain baking soda and talcum powder.

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PR12 - (CRIME-Suspicious-Packages)

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