Toronto Police Are Responding To A Third Report Of Bottles Falling From A Building
Police are now responding to reports of yet another person throwing bottles in Toronto, making it the third since Sunday.
Officers are en route to the Weston Road and Sheppard Avenue West area, where bottles have reportedly been falling from a building.
HAZARD: Weston Rd + Sheppard Av W * 10:24 am * - Reports of bottles thrown/falling from building - Day care center… https://t.co/yCHIvWUqQX— Toronto Police Operations (@Toronto Police Operations) 1614094447.0
The reports came in just before 10:30 a.m., saying that the flying bottles nearly struck parents and kids around the daycare centre below.
Hours earlier, water bottles and food were reportedly thrown from a unit in a 60-floor building downtown, damaging a car windshield.
Police stated that officers were unable to locate the unit the items were thrown from and are now asking for tips from the public.
On Monday, four individuals faced multiple charges for allegedly throwing glass bottles from a high-rise balcony.
Several others in the unit at the time were charged for violations under the Reopening Ontario Act.