TROY, Mich. (WXYZ) - Troy police officers arrested a 19-year-old woman who is accused of spraying pepper spray inside the Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant on Saturday, April 5.
Officers were called out to the restaurant on John R. Road on reports of "Trouble with a Customer."
When police officers arrived, they found numerous people outside coughing and one patron vomiting.
The patrons directed officers to Robin Danae Charleston, who stated her mace had accidentally discharged.
After interviewing victims and reviewing video, police determined that Charleston intentionally discharged the pepper spray.
According to police, she sprayed the pepper spray into the air and in close proximity to her own two-year-old daughter.
Alliance ambulance crews arrived at the scene to assist the victims.
Charleston was arraigned on April 7 on a charge of "Disorderly Conduct: Disturbing the Peace." The charge is a 93-day misdemeanor.
She was released on bond and will appear in court again on April 29.