Woman in chair-throwing video granted bail

Woman seen on video tossing chair from Toronto condo surrenders to police

Woman accused of throwing a chair off downtown Toronto balcony turns herself in

On Tuesday, police urged the woman to turn herself in, saying that they now knew her identity.

Global News reports that the throwing took place on February 9 at around 10 a.m.in the area of Harbour and York Streets, along Bremner Boulevard.

The woman wanted for a Mischief - Endanger Life investigation after throwing a chair from a downtown condo balcony surrendered to authorities this morning.

A 19-year-old woman is facing charges for allegedly throwing furniture off a highrise balcony in downtown Toronto. "We want to give her the opportunity to speak to her lawyer and then come in on her own volition", Hopkinson said, according to CBC News.

Marcella Christianna Zoia, 19, a dental hygenist student, was released on bail Wednesday after Toronto Police charged her with mischief endangering life, mischief damage to property valued under $5,000, and being a common nuisance.

Police said Tuesday they identified the woman but did not publicly name her.

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The chairs reportedly landed near the building's front entrance and there were no reports of injuries.

Police said tips on social media helped investigators identify the woman in the video, which they described as "very callous".

Police said the apartment the furniture was allegedly tossed from was being used as a "short-term rental property" but could not say which company it was rented through.

Contacted for a statement, Airbnb said it was looking into whether any Airbnb guests were involved.

"It's clear Ms. Zoia is the one who threw the chair", said Leslie.

"We are outraged by the blatant disregard for community safety on display in the video". This is irresponsible behavior that is unacceptable, ' Toronto mayor, John Tory said. It was grossly irresponsible behavior that could have caused serious injury and death'.

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