Edith Frayne is a 45 years old lady, who pushed a 39-year-old lady at Yonge and Bloor subway station without provocation or apparent intent.
While Edith pushed the lady, she had stamina and brace herself against the platform as the train moved through the station, allowing her to avoid serious injuries.
After Edith Frayne did this grievous act, she fled the crime scene after forcing the victim to near death, but authorities were able to publish or reveal her recorded photo from CCTV recordings.
Edith Frayne was later charged with nearly killing a 39-year-old lady by shoving her onto subway lines, as she pulled her victim into the westbound platform’s rail lines before fleeing the scene.
Police were dispatched to the site, and the woman was rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment of her injuries.
The investigation team swiftly disseminated a CCTV image of the culprit, and the offender was quickly apprehended owing to anonymous reports from the general public and other passengers.
The arrest was made about 6:18 p.m. from the Finch GO Station’s North York region.
Edith Frayne was detained on the Yonge-Bloor subway station (westbound train track) after she pushed another 39-year-old lady into the platform, nearly killing her.
Edith committed the crime about 9 p.m. on April 18, 2022, and was apprehended the next day.
Edith Frayne was arrested about 6:18 p.m. on Monday, April 18, 2022, and is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday, April 19, 2022.
The offense and charges against Edith will be decided by the Toronto Court, and she may be charged with attempted murder.
Edith Frayne is due to appear in court on Tuesday, April 19th, 2022. The motive for the pushing incident has yet to be revealed by the police department.
The charges and offence will be decided by the Toronto Court on Tuesday, when she makes her initial appearance. It’s also probable that Edith Frayne will be charged with attempted murder on Tuesday.
Despite this, the victim was brought to a neighbouring hospital for emergency treatment, but she escaped with no life-threatening injuries.