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Police move in on protesters at Queen's Park during the G20 summit in Toronto. (Roger Hallett/The Globe and Mail/Roger Hallett/The Globe and Mail)
Police move in on protesters at Queen's Park during the G20 summit in Toronto. (Roger Hallett/The Globe and Mail/Roger Hallett/The Globe and Mail)

2 more arrests in G20 incidents, police say Add to ...

Police say two more people have been arrested in connection with damage done during June's G20 summit in Toronto, and a warrant has been issued for another man's arrest.

Police arrested George Horton, 22, of Peterborough, Ont., on Wednesday for allegedly causing $100,000 worth of damage during the summit.

He's facing several charges including mischief and assaulting a peace officer.

Eva Botton, 29, of Surrey, B.C., faces five counts of mischief over $5,000.

She is also charged with wearing a disguise with intent to commit an indictable offence.

Meanwhile, an arrest warrant has been issued for Charles Bicari, 19, of Montreal.

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