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Roxanne Egan-Elliott

Roxanne Egan-Elliott

Roxanne Egan-Elliott has been a reporter with the Times Colonist since 2019. She covers the Saanich Peninsula and social justice issues.

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regan-elliott@timescolonist.com

Recent Work by Roxanne

Accused in Humpback Road shooting found guilty of first-degree murder

Accused in Humpback Road shooting found guilty of first-degree murder

Alex Knatchbell was lured to a secluded area in Langford in January 2020 and shot 12 times.
VicPD officer defends use of ARWEN gun in fatal shooting of Victoria woman

VicPD officer defends use of ARWEN gun in fatal shooting of Victoria woman

Asked if the ARWEN — a “less lethal” weapon intended to cause pain but not to kill — was the only reasonable option in the situation, one of the officers there the night Lisa Rauch was killed said “it was the best tool for the job.”
'Tough to see': Footage of moments before and after fatal police shooting played for public hearing

'Tough to see': Footage of moments before and after fatal police shooting played for public hearing

Lisa Rauch’s family is seeking answers as to why officers went in with the mission of arresting her and ended up killing her: “They could have gone in there with shields and taken her out without shooting the stupid gun.”
Family of woman killed by Victoria police hopes public hearing brings answers

Family of woman killed by Victoria police hopes public hearing brings answers

Victoria police officer Ron Kirkwood faces allegations of abuse of authority and neglect of duty in the three-week public hearing, which started Monday.
Hiker stuck in mud up to his hips for hours on Juan de Fuca trail

Hiker stuck in mud up to his hips for hours on Juan de Fuca trail

Juan de Fuca Search and Rescue was called after a hiker on the trail sank down to his hips in mud and couldn’t get out for a couple of hours
Unhoused people struggle to get seized belongings back: advocates

Unhoused people struggle to get seized belongings back: advocates

Advocates for the unhoused who gathered at Victoria City Hall Thursday evening also called for an easing of public sheltering rules
Lowest snowpack in B.C. since 1970 sparks drought, wildfire concerns

Lowest snowpack in B.C. since 1970 sparks drought, wildfire concerns

The low snowpack, combined with warm weather, creates “signficantly elevated” drought hazards for the spring and summer
Ucluelet seeks feedback on paid parking for visitors

Ucluelet seeks feedback on paid parking for visitors

The district is seeking feedback on a proposal to charge a flat rate to all visitors parking on the district’s streets and municipal parking lots
Podcast explores unsolved murders of three teens in Victoria more than 30 years ago

Podcast explores unsolved murders of three teens in Victoria more than 30 years ago

Sweethearts, the sixth season of Laura Palmer’s Island Crime podcast, looks at the lives and deaths of the three girls, and argues the cases could be connected
Attention-loving elephant seal returns to moult on the Gorge

Attention-loving elephant seal returns to moult on the Gorge

Emerson is attracting the usual crowd of onlookers, prompting officials to put up temporary fencing around him
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