Comox man convicted of Stanley Cup rioting accused of violating conditions

A Comox man convicted for participating in the 2011 Stanley Cup riot has been charged with breaching his court-imposed conditions.

THE VANCOUVER POLICE allege 11 convicted Stanley Cup rioters

A Comox man sentenced to four months in jail for participating in the 2011 Stanley Cup riot has been charged with breaching his court-imposed conditions.

Timothy Lau, 22, was charged with four counts of mischief to property over $5,000, two counts of mischief, two counts of break and enter and commit indictable office and one count of taking part in a riot.

He also faces an unrelated breach for a previous incident in Ucluelet.

As Lau pleaded guilty to the most serious charge, his other charges were stayed.

According to media reports, the Vancouver police allege 11 people are ignoring conditions.

No one has been convicted of breaching conditions, but some alleged rioters are appearing in court this week.

More than 1,000 charges have been recommended by police against 315 individuals in relation to the riots.

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