Amanda May Totchek awaits bail in letters case

A woman who police say launched a campaign of harassment against a Saskatoon man is in court Thursday for a bail hearing.

She is back in court Thursday

A Saskatoon woman charged in a harassment case will be in court this Thursday.

Amanda May Totchek, 28, is currently in custody. She's scheduled to be in provincial court this Thursday for a bail hearing.

Police said that people and businesses in the Saskatoon area received packages over the past two months containing letters. Inside the package, there is a request to forward the contents to the address on the envelope. 

Investigators believe the letters are part of an ongoing investigation into harassment, fraud and uttering threats. 

After a lengthy police investigation, she was charged in February. She is facing a total of 50 charges. 

Police discovered a pattern of harassment over the last few years that focused on a Saskatoon man, his friends and acquaintances.