The New York Police Department said in an email that Miya Ponsetto, 22, of Piru, California, also faces attempted robbery and grand theft, as well as after an incident in New York last month. Allegations of acting in a way that harms children. .
A spokesperson for the New York Police Department told CNN that Ponceto was arrested in Pirou on Thursday and has been extradited to New York.
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Ponceto said that she had lost the phone. “Apparently, my son bought it magically,” Harold wrote, calling this statement “ridiculous.”
It is not clear whether Ponceto has a lawyer in this case.
She insisted in the interview that race was not a factor, and her behavior was not a crime.
The New York City Police Department said they did not investigate the racial prejudice incident.
Ponceto told CBS in a tense interview: “I am approaching the person leaving the hotel, because in my opinion, anyone who leaves may be someone trying to steal my phone.”