Richmond teen latest charged for rioting

Eleven more charges were approved against five suspected rioters on Tuesday morning, including a Richmond teen.

Johnathan Wong, 18, is facing charges of participating in a riot and breaking and entering.

Also charged were: a 17-year-old young offender from Port Coquitlam, who is charged with mischief under $5,000; Vancouver's Anthony Zerr, 18, charged with participating in a riot  and breaking and entering; New Westminster's Brian Roberts-McCue charged with participating in a riot and two counts of mischief under $5,000; and Maple Ridge's Michael David Anderson, 21, charged with participating in a riot, mishief under $5,000 and mischief over $5,000.

That brings to 432 the number of criminal charges the Integrated Riot Investigation Team has recommended against 150 suspected rioters.

75 suspected rioters have been charged to date with 197 criminal charges.

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