Police allege that the woman walked into a Wellington Street Shoppers Drug Mart in the downtown PATH system on Friday afternoon and randomly stabbed a female inside the store, causing her to suffer critical injuries.

Following the stabbing, police identified the suspect and appealed for information concerning her whereabouts and on Tuesday she was arrested in the city’s east end.

In her first court appearance on Wednesday, a judge ruled that the suspect remain in custody until her next court appearance on Friday.

Speaking with reporters outside the courthouse, the suspect’s lawyer said his client “seems calm” but is clearly upset with all that has happened in the last few days.

“She has been basically a deer in the headlights because it has all happened so quickly,” Calvin Barry said, noting that he was only retained late Tuesday night. “She has been very, very cooperative. That is what the police have told me.”

Barry refused to say whether his client is married or has kids but he did say that she has “quite an impressive resume” and has no prior criminal record.

According to a LinkedIn profile, the suspect has a Masters in Business Administration from York University and has worked as a financial advisor and a consultant but is currently "opportunity seeking."

“She has a lot of friends and people that are commenting that they are shocked and taken aback by this. They say this is not her demeanor or character," Barry said.

Rohinie Bisesar, 40, is charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, and carrying a concealed weapon.

The victim in the case has not been identified due to a publication ban, however in a statement provided to CTV news her family said that they are “devastated.”

“She was just starting out her life. We ask that you respect our privacy during this difficult time,” the statement said.

Bisesar will return to court on Friday for an anticipated bail hearing.