Stanley Cup rioter Cacnio pleads guilty to new charge 0
Richmond’s Camille Cacnio leaves Vancouver Provincial Court in April 2012 after pleading guilty to taking part in the Stanley Cup riot. The 24-year-old is back in court Friday after breaching her probation order. (CARMINE MARINELLI/ 24 HOURS FILE)
Convicted rioter Camille Cacnio pleaded guilty on a new charge of theft Thursday, receiving a 30-day conditional sentence in B.C. Provincial Court.
The University of B.C. grad was also fined $50 for the Sept. 13 theft — less than three months after she was sentenced for breaching her riot-offence-imposed curfew.
Cacnio is best known for being caught on camera lifting a pair of oversized tuxedo pants from a shop during the 2011 Stanley Cup riot.
According to the court, her sentence would be followed with a probationary period of 18 months.