So far 100 people are facing charges related to Vancouver's Stanley Cup riot last spring.
Of those, 26 are from Surrey and two are from Delta.
On Tuesday, Vancouver Police Integrated Riot Investigation Team delivered to the Crown a third round of recommended charges.
To date, that's 278 criminal charges recommended against 100 suspects.
Insp. Les Yeo called it a "milestone," but added that more charges are to come. "It's not only 100, it's our first 100," he said. "Investigators are hard at work preparing for the next charges."
Round three consists of 63 more charges against 20 suspects.
So far the Crown has approved 78 charges against 30 suspects. Of the first hundred suspects, 85 are men and 15 are women, with the average age being 21. The youngest boy is 15 and oldest man is 52, while the youngest girl is 17 and the oldest woman is 27. Of all suspects to date, 20 are under 18 years old.
One suspect faces 10 charges. The top three charges are participating in a riot (100), mischief (82) and break and enter (50).
Of those suspects identified to date, 18 per cent are from Vancouver and 82 per cent are from outside that city. The lion's share of suspects are from Surrey (26 of them), followed by Vancouver (18), Burnaby (17), Maple Ridge (6), North Vancouver (4), Vancouver Island (3), Richmond (3), Port Coquitlam (3), Coquitlam (2), New Westminster (2), Abbotsford (2), Delta (2), and Langley (2). The rest are from 10 other locations.