Two Prince George men are named in a lawsuit ICBC has launched against 46 Stanley Cup rioters.
Dylan Ray Lloyd Long and Christian John Dougherty are among those ICBC is seeking payment from for their alleged roles in damaging vehicles parked throughout downtown Vancouver on the evening of June 15, 2011 following Game 7 of the Stanley Cup final.
In a notice of civil claim filed Friday in Vancouver, Long is identified as one of 17 rioters who allegedly caused $9,609.80 damage to a 2008 Nissan Versa and Dougherty is listed among 16 allegedly responsible for $3,448.80 damage to a 1996 GMC pickup truck.
In all, 77 vehicles are listed in the lawsuit and rioters named in the action are specifically linked to nine of those vehicles.
For the rest, ICBC is claiming "each and all of the defendants, named and unnamed acting together in an unlawful assembly and riot" deliberately caused the damage.
ICBC is seeking to recoup a total of $526,116.16 in expenses and claims paid out to vehicle owners as a result of the riot.
"ICBC has a responsibility to protect our customers premium dollars and is taking legal action to recover the costs of these acts of vandalism to ensure they are not passed on to our customers," the insurer said in a press release.
None of the claims have yet been proven in court and with the matter before the court, ICBC is not providing further comment.
In October 2012, Long was sentenced to a six-month conditional sentence and 15 months probation for participating in a riot, and in May, Dougherty was sentenced to a 30-day conditional sentence and six months probation, also for participating in a riot.
Conditional sentences are typically served in the convicted person's home with restrictions on the hours they can be off the property. They are also prohibited from consuming alcohol and from entering premises where it is sold and served.