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Amanda Totchek charged in Saskatoon bomb threats

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WATCH ABOVE: Amanda Totchek facing more charges after several bomb threats made in Saskatoon. Ryan Kessler reports – May 10, 2017

Amanda Totchek has been charged in six recent Saskatoon bomb threats.

Saskatoon police allege Totchek, 31, emailed the threats to businesses and schools in April, including Global Saskatoon.

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Totchek, also known as Alexa Emerson, is charged with six counts of uttering threats.

She is scheduled to appear in Saskatoon provincial court on the afternoon of May 18 on the charges.

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Totchek is also facing more than 65 charges in a rash of suspicious package calls in Saskatoon.

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Between March 16 and 30, suspicious packages were delivered to Buena Vista School, the Saskatoon Cancer Centreseveral downtown locations and her former attorney’s office.

In November 2016, suspicious packages were delivered to five businesses in the city.

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City officials have said it has cost over $170,000 in resources to respond to all the suspicious package calls.

Emerson could be ordered to pay the money back if she is convicted.

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