A woman was billed after she was allegedly throwing a chair on the balcony of a high rise in Toronto, reported by the Canadian media.
Marcella Zoia, 19, has been surrendered to the Toronto police on Wednesday, reported by CBC News and filed in Toronto court on Wednesday.
Zoia is poached by "the wickedness of a deadly life, an evil that damages the property under $ 5,000 and the usual style."
Det. Todd Higo said Zoia was "a cooperative."
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"He was arrested, charged for he was going to court this morning," he said, in Global News.
On Monday, a video surrounds the social media that appears to show a blonde woman, wearing all black, to throw a seat on the balcony of a Toronto building window. The video is cut off before the chair goes. The police confirmed the incident happened on Saturday in a building in the Harbor and York street area in downtown Toronto.
After the viral video, the police asked the woman in the footage to surrender. The police said the two seats were thrown from the balcony along with other items. Things came somewhere in front of the entrance of the building, authorities said.
Col. David Hopkinson, spokeswoman of the Toronto Police Service, said no one was injured in the incident.
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was known to him, the investigators met him and they started making arrangements for him to turn himself on. We want to give him a chance to talk to his lawyer and then come to his own will, "Hopkinson said, according to CBC News.
Hopkinson called the incredibly" callous "incident and said that something can hurt a person.
"The chance that a man may be injured is easy there," says Hopkinson.