Saskatchewan Mother Accused of Faking Deaths, Crossing Into US, Gets Bail

SASKATOON—A judge has granted bail for a Saskatoon woman accused of faking her death and that of her son and illegally crossing the border into the United States.
Provincial court Judge Lua Gibb said Friday that the 48−year−old woman, who cannot be named due to a publication ban, can be released on $10,000 bail.
The woman must stay at her sister’s home and cannot have contact with her son unless the court grants access. And she cannot leave Saskatchewan unless she has permission.
The woman was released Friday night after getting an ankle monitor.
Still in her jail uniform—grey slacks and a grey shirt—the woman shielded her face with paper that had her release conditions on it….
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