Toronto police say they know the identity of a woman caught on video throwing a chair from an upper floor of a downtown condo building, but don't know her exact whereabouts and want her to surrender.
No injuries were reported in the incident which is believed to have happened at 10 a.m. on Saturday, with the chair landing next to a bike rack at the front entrance of the condo building.
Zoia must reside with her mother, not contact four individuals, and not possess any weapons as defined by in the Criminal Code, under the bail terms. "Additionally, police have described the woman as in her 20's, 5'1" to 5'2", 110 lbs., slim build with long blonde hair. She smiled as reporters asked her questions, but did not say anything.
Her lawyer said she was embarrassed and understands the public anger generated by the alleged incident. "We will just take this through the proper course, through the right channels and we'll go from there".
Hopkinson said he was "outraged" when he first saw the video and that police had started their investigation into the incident on Sunday.
Sgt. Ron Boyce told Radio-Canada that police believe the condo is at 55 Bremner Blvd., and said condo management is working with them.
"I think it's a good thing that she turned herself in, but it doesn't change the apparent irresponsible behaviour", he said at an unrelated event Tuesday.