Vancouver police have said something like 100 of Wednesday night's Canucks rioters were arrested, and now we have a clearer look at the scope of those charges. The Vancouver Sun's Andrea Woo shares some statistics from the riots: "85 breaches of peace, eight public intoxications, eight criminal code arrests and two charged in a stabbing," along with four released with future court dates and two released due to lack of evidence.
Other than those two stabbing arrests, it looks like police have mostly just rounded up people suspected of raisin' hell. Based on earlier reports that would indicate at least two knife crimes have yet to turn up any arrests, though I'm sure we haven't heard the last of this part of the story.
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