Toronto Man Charged with Mischief after Parking Enforcement Vehicle Vandalized

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A Toronto man has been charged with mischief after he allegedly damaged a police vehicle after receiving a parking ticket Sunday afternoon, police say.

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Police say they received a call at around 3:54 p.m. for the suspect who was reportedly seen damaging the driver’s-side mirror of a Toronto Police Service Parking Enforcement vehicle in the Cherry St. and Unwin Ave. area.

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A Toronto man has been charged with mischief after he allegedly damaged a police vehicle after receiving a parking ticket Sunday afternoon, police say.

Police say they received a call at around 3:54 p.m. for a suspect who was reportedly seen damaging the driver’s-side mirror of a Toronto Police Service Parking Enforcement vehicle in the Cherry St. and Unwin Ave. area.

Prior to the incident, police say the suspect had been issued a parking infraction for parking his vehicle in a non-designated area. In this encounter, police say the suspect had been uncivil towards the officer.

Shortly after the infraction was issued, police say the officer parked his vehicle a short distance away and began to patrol the area on foot. The suspect then returned and caused approximately $1,000 damage to the vehicle,.

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The suspect then fled the scene but was apprehended by police a short distance away.

Abolfazl Nasri, 38, of Toronto, has been charged with mischief under $5,000, police say.

He is scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 13.

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