UPDATE: Arrests made in connection to G20 violence
Two and a half years after the G20, arrests are still being made in connection to offences committed that weekend.
Four people have been arrested in the U.S., one of whom didn't fight extradition to Canada to face the courts.
Toronto police spokesman Mark Pugash says 25-year-old Quinn McCormic, of Boston, was arrested by U.S. marshals and charged with four offences. Police allege he threw an object at the window of a Winners store at College and Yonge Sts, a CIBC bank at College and Bay Sts, and the Toronto Police Museum on College St.
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The estimate of the total amount of damage is more than $125,000.
Police are not releasing details about where he was located.
He appeared in court in Toronto on Monday.
Pugash says three other people have been arrested south of the border, but they are fighting extradition. Dane Rossman, a Tucson resident, and Richard Morano, from Pennsylvania, are in custody. Joel Bitar, from New York City, was arrested earlier this month. It is alleged he caused damage of approximately $400,000. Bitar faces 26 charges from mischief over $5,000 to assaulting a police officer.
A fifth suspect – Kevin Chianella – who lives in Pennsylvania, is still missing. He is being sought in connection with 50 Criminal Code offences for damage estimated to be in excess of $300,000. Pugash says the FBI and U.S. Marshals Service are helping Toronto police locate Chianella.
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