A woman from North Carolina says she created the video taking responsibility for a number of suspicious packages delivered around Saskatoon.
Samantha Field told CTV she had created the video for a customer on a website to sell different creative services, reading an excerpt from what the customer said was their new book.
Suspicious packages were delivered to a number of locations in late November, and then in March and April, followed by a number of bomb threats. Alexa Emerson, also known as Amanda Totchek, is facing 83 charges relating to the case.
The video Field created was sent to media in April along with a number of emails claiming Emerson’s innocence.
Saskatoon Crime Stoppers asked the public for information on social media to identify the woman in the video. Saskatoon Police says a woman has come forward and they are still trying to contact her to confirm she is the same person in the video.
Emerson was denied bail in June and will next appear in court August 15th.