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List of charges grow against woman accused of G20 vandalism

In Canada on August 12, 2010 at 14:24

The list of charges against a woman who police allege caused thousands of dollars in damage to downtown Toronto storefronts and a police vehicle during the G20 summit weekend grew even longer during her bail hearing Thursday.

Kelly Pflug-Back, 21, is now facing one more count of mischief over $5,000, one count of conspiracy, one count of obstruction and one count of intimidation of a justice official in addition to the seven existing charges of mischief over $5,000 against her.

The crown also moved one count of wearing a disguise and one count of failure to comply against Ms. Pflug-Back from a different court to consolidate all G20-related charges against her, bringing the total number of charges against her to 13.

Ms. Pflug-Back, dressed in a prison-issued green sweatshirt and sweatpants, listened intently to the proceedings, but appeared tired and more subdued than previous appearances.

Her mother, Ursula Pflug, father Doug Back, fiancé Julian Ichim and friends filled the courtroom.

Ms. Pflug-Back turned herself in to police in Peterborough, Ont., on July 21, just hours after Toronto police announced she was wanted on six charges of mischief over $5,000.

Ontario Justice of the Peace Lynette Stethem is expected to decide Thursday afternoon whether Ms. Pflug-Back will be released on bail.

The evidence presented at Ms. Pflug-Back’s bail hearing is covered by a publication ban.


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