A woman accused of nearly a dozen white powder scares in Saskatoon has been arrested.
Amanda Totchek, who now goes by the name Alexa Emerson, was taken into custody Monday morning according to a release from the Saskatoon Police Service.
According to police, she will stay in custody ahead of an appearance in front of a Justice of the Peace Monday night and her first court appearance Tuesday morning.
Totchek was charged in November after five suspicious packages with white powder were delivered to businesses across the city.
She was released on bail Jan. 26, and ordered to live with family in Rocky Mountain House, Alta. She was allowed to return to Saskatoon for court dates only.
Since her release, eight more packages were delivered in the city. Police have charged Totchek in relation to six of those cases, including deliveries to the Saskatoon Cancer Centre and Buena Vista School.
She’s also suspected of being behind a package received by her defence lawyer, Brian Pfefferle.
A Canada-wide warrant was issued for Totchek Friday afternoon.
Still no word on any charges stemming from the most recent packages.
Totchek was previously convicted in 2015 for running a campaign of harassment against an ex-boyfriend that included mailing death threats and bomb threats to locations around Saskatchewan.