February 13, 8: Last Updated February 13, 8: TORONTO — A year-old woman who allegedly tossed a chair off the balcony of a downtown Toronto highrise turned herself in to police to face multiple charges on Wednesday, after video of the feales circulated widely online.
Police had launched a public appeal for help identifying the woman after the clip sparked outrage earlier this week. Her lawyer said she was embarrassed and understands the public anger generated by the alleged incident.
Police said the incident took place on Saturday when the woman allegedly threw a chair and other items from a balcony high up in a condo that faces a major highway. Investigators said the chair landed in front of the building, and there were no reports of injuries. yur
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Toronto woman, 19, faces three charges after allegedly throwing chair from condo balcony. David Hopkinson said police had received a slew of tips about the case.
Toronto police identify woman who allegedly threw chair off balcony high up in condo tower Marcella Zoia, 19, exits a Toronto courthouse with her lawyer Greg Leslie, right, on Feb.
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