Comox man gets four months in jail for Stanley Cup rioting

A 21-year-old Comox man with the most charges of all Stanley Cup rioters in Vancouver has been sentenced to four months in jail.

Images like this didn't help Timothy Lau in a Vancouver courtroom.

A 21-year-old Comox man with the most charges of all Stanley Cup rioters in Vancouver has been sentenced to four months in jail.

Timothy Lau, accused of damaging six cars, was charged with four counts of mischief to property over $5,000, two counts of mischief, two counts of break and enter and committing an indictable offence, and one count of taking part in a riot.

Lau, who was videoed looting stores, was recorded at numerous locations the night of June 15, 2011 in downtown Vancouver after the Canucks lost the final game of the Stanley Cup to the Boston Bruins.

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