A woman whoIn a New York hotel, she was arrested in her hometown of California on Thursday. The sheriff’s office said that 22-year-old Miya Ponsetto was sentenced to prison in Ventura County. It is not clear what charges she might face.
The New York Police Department flew detectives to California with an arrest warrant for Ponceto’s arrest early Thursday. The trip came a few days later, after extensive media coverage of the hotel tragedy, the teenager’s family and activists demanded that she face criminal charges.
Sharen Ghatan, Ponceto’s lawyer, told the Associated Press in an interview before her arrest that her client was “in a bad mood”
Kadan told CBS in New York that the incident was not racially motivated.
The boy’s father, Sir Trumpeter Keyon Harrold, recorded the confrontation and posted the video on the Internet.
In his video, an excited woman was seen asking for the teenager’s phone, claiming that he had stolen it. The hotel manager tried to intervene. I heard Keyon Harrold (Keyon Harrold) in the recording and told the woman to ignore her son. Kadan confirmed that the woman in the video was Ponceto.
A security video released by the New York Police Department later showed that Ponceto madly caught the teenager as he tried to escape through the front door of the hotel. Seeing her clutching him tightly from behind, both fell to the ground.
Keyon Harrold said that Pontetto’s lost phone was actually left in Uber and was returned by the driver shortly after.
The dispute caused a comparison of similar situationsDuring a dispute in New York’s Central Park in May, he called 911 and said that she was being threatened by “African Americans.”
Captain Eric Buschoff said that representatives of the Ventura County Sheriff arrested Ponceto after he was driving near her home in Piru, northwest of Los Angeles.
Bushov said that she “did not stop for an agent before arriving at the residence”, only two blocks away, and then refused to get off the car.
He said: “She tried to knock on one of the representatives when they just entered and forcibly deported her.” He added that the sheriff’s office would ask the county attorney to accuse her of refusing to arrest.
Kadan said that she talked to a client earlier on Thursday and said that “she made me feel unwell.”
She said that Ponsetto was “slammed” for fear of the missing phone, and it was not racially motivated.
She said: “It could be anyone.”
Kadan told CBS that Ponsterto, New York’s move was caused by anxiety and there was no racial discrimination.
“She just wanted to let her family know that she didn’t care about, care about, or care about herself for each other’s race, creed, nationality or religion. She thought it was her phone number, but she thought someone else had it.”
C BS in New York pointed out that the police have stated that they will not investigate this case as a prejudice incident.