Toronto Police say they have made two more arrests of individuals suspected of damaging police cruisers during last month's G20 Summit.

Police said Friday they have laid charges of assault, mischief and theft over $5,000 against Cody Caplette, 21, and Phillip Lee, 28. Both men are Toronto residents.

Caplette faces charges of mischief over $5,000 and intimidation of a justice system participant.

"It is alleged that on June 26, 2010, he was involved in the damaging of a Toronto Police Service car," police said in a news release.

Lee faces a more extensive list of charges:

  • mischief under $5,000
  • theft over $5,000
  • theft under $5,000
  • possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000
  • possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000
  • threatening damage
  • assault

"It is alleged that on June 26, 2010, he was involved in the damaging of a Toronto Police Service car. It is also alleged that he stole police equipment and assaulted a member of the public," police said.

The two men were picked up on Thursday. No allegations have been proven against them in a court of law.

Later on Friday, the G20 investigative team issued arrest warrants for:

  • Kurt Roarco, 22, of no fixed address on charges of arson and mischief over $5,000
  • Michael Corbett, 29, of Toronto for mischief over $5,000
  • Bryan O'Handley, 19, of Toronto for mischief over $5,000

Earlier this week, the police released what they call a "most wanted" list of suspects caught in either photos or video in the act of damaging either private businesses or police cruisers.

Police have received more than 14,000 still images and 500 videos of the tumultuous events of June 26 and 27.

Earlier this month, they identified other individuals suspected of G20 violence.

On Wednesday, they announced the arrest of one of those individuals.

In a parallel process, the Toronto Community Mobilization Network, an anti-G20 group, has been asking people to identify police officers who they believe may have used excessive force in the conduct of their duties during the summit.

Earlier this week, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association filed five complaints with the Office of the Independent Police Review Director alleging that the police contravened the Criminal Code, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and "Canadian and international standards of policing."

The complaints include:

  • mass arrests, with more than 1,100 people detained
  • illegal detentions and searches
  • unlawful dispersals of peaceful protests
  • unlawful use of excessive force on peaceful protesters and passersby
  • unlawful and inadequate conditions of detention