Rioter accused of breaching probation
Stanley Cup rioter Camille Cacnio, who avoided jail time for her part in the June 2011 mayhem, is due back in court next week after allegedly breaching her probation on Saturday.
A Stanley Cup rioter who escaped jail time last September has found herself in hot water after allegedly breaching her probation.
Camille Cacnio was released from custody over the weekend after posting $1,000 bail.
The Richmond woman is accused of violating her two-year probation order — which was handed to her after Crown lawyers called for jail time during her sentencing — on Saturday. She is due back in court next week.
Cacnio gained notoriety following the riot when she posted a blog entry where she apologized for her actions before listing a multitude of reasons for why she didn’t deserve all the negative media attention and public backlash.
“Remember, the only thing that I did was take a couple things from a store,” the she wrote in June 2011, referring to the ill-fitting men’s pants she stole from a tuxedo shop as the riot broke out.
“I will make sure to make proper judgements (sic) on all my decisions in life.”