Connor Blair Epp, 20, of Maple Ridge is the latest accused rioter to plead guilty for his role in the Stanley Cup riot last year.
His lawyer entered a plea on his behalf in Vancouver Provincial Court on Monday. Epp didn’t appear.
Epp had also been charged with one count of mischief, a charge that was dropped, likely in exchange for a guilty plea, as is common practice.
His next appearance, for sentencing, is Aug. 10.
Epp is one of more than 90 suspects formally charged with over 200 charges stemming from the June 15 riot that broke out among the crowd of 150,000 people who gathered in downtown Vancouver to watch the Canucks. The Canucks lost Game 7 of the Cup final to the Boston Bruins.
Several of those charges have been dropped in exchange for guilty pleas.
Police have recommended more than 300 other charges against dozens of other suspects and are waiting for the Crown to approve them.
A number of the accused are scheduled to appear in court Thursday, including Sophie Laboissonniere, a former beauty queen contestant; Timothy Tin-Chew Kwon, who is to plead guilty; Fernando Bernabe, 20, of Burnaby; Spencer Cox, 18, of Burnaby; Ari-an Anwari; Brian Roberts-McCue, 19, of Vancouver; Michael Bosa, 21, of Burnaby; and Samia Ahmed, 18, of Surrey.