It’s a guilty plea from the women accused of making bomb threats and sending white powder around Saskatoon.
Alexa Emerson turned herself in after a Canada-wide warrant was issued for her arrest.
The alleged incidents between November 2016 and April 2017 include a bomb threat to the Saskatoon Cancer Centre on the University of Saskatchewan campus.
Authorities estimate the emergency response and lost business costs due to evacuations and investigations at 200-thousand dollars. Emerson faced 83 criminal charges and pleaded guilty to 15 of the charges under an arrangement agreed to by Crown and defence lawyers.
Emerson was also known as Amanda Totcheck and was sentenced to two years less a day in jail.