Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Family of Missing Quebec Woman Found in Saskatchewan Asks Crown for Leniency

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Family of Missing Quebec Woman Found in Saskatchewan Asks Crown for Leniency

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Missing woman's family asks Crown for leniency

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MONTREAL - The family of a Quebec woman who was found safe in Saskatchewan earlier this week is pleading with authorities not to lay charges.

They held a news conference Saturday to say that when Karine Major left Quebec she was in psychological distress after an event in her personal life.

Police arrested Major for allegedly making a false declaration to officers who met her in Saskatchewan.

Police have said their information suggests the 26-year-old was not the victim of a crime or kidnapping.

A passerby recognized Major on Wednesday, several days after she was reported missing from her home in Rimouski, 300 kilometres northeast of Quebec City.

Police have transferred Major's file to the Crown's office. …

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