"It's clear Ms. Zoia is the one who threw the chair", said Leslie.
A woman is in custody after being accused of throwing a chair off of a high-rise apartment balcony on the morning of February 9 in Toronto.
"She is embarrassed by what happened. She never wished anyone would be hurt", said Leslie.
The chairs reportedly landed near the building's front entrance and there were no reports of injuries. Police described the woman's actions as "very callous" while also thanking social media tipsters for helping investigators to identify the suspect.
As part of her conditions, Zoia must reside with a surety - her mother - and can not be in contact with four other people believed to be involved in the incident. He said he would have discussions with the prosecution and the case might not go to trial.
A source had told CityNews the woman has a criminal history and police have been in touch with her. Officers were giving her about 24 hours to turn herself in.
'It was not just a lark gone bad.
On Tuesday, police reached out to the public to ask for the woman to surrender.
Constable David Hopkinson said the apartment was being used as a short-term rental.
"We are outraged by the blatant disregard for community safety on display in the video".
"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. "We are investigating whether any Airbnb guests were involved and we will be suspending any guest accounts that appear to be connected to this incident".