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Lisa Joy

Lisa Joy is an international and national award-winning journalist who is originally from British Columbia.
She has spent the last two decades as an editor and reporter in Alberta.
Lisa covers the crime and court beat in Central and Northern Saskatchewan for the Battlefords Regional News-Optimist.
She is also a licensed private investigator and in her spare time she enjoys reading true crime.

Recent Work by Lisa

N.B. judge postpones verdict on Drayden Clinton

N.B. judge postpones verdict on Drayden Clinton

The judge was scheduled to hand down his decision Oct. 15 but the matter was adjourned
RCMP confirm active police investigation on Onion Lake Cree Nation

RCMP confirm active police investigation on Onion Lake Cree Nation

RCMP confirm there is an ongoing investigation currently in Onion Lake but no concern for public safety
More charges laid against one of Tiki Laverdiere’s accused killers

More charges laid against one of Tiki Laverdiere’s accused killers

Jesse Sangster from Edmonton faces additional charges
RCMP search for armed and dangerous man allegedly involved in Lloydminster shooting

RCMP search for armed and dangerous man allegedly involved in Lloydminster shooting

Lloydminster RCMP issued a warrant for the arrest of Myron Moyah, 18, of Fishing Lake
Four charged with trafficking cocaine released on bail in Saskatoon court

Four charged with trafficking cocaine released on bail in Saskatoon court

After bail hearings today and yesterday, Klyd Macarae Palisoc, Raphael Andres Salvador, Rene Ray Ganancial, and Jade Gatin Pojol were released
RCMP arrest 3 after assault and attempted robbery in Arelee

RCMP arrest 3 after assault and attempted robbery in Arelee

Two men and a young offender were arrested after an assault and attempted robbery in Arelee and a break-in in the R. M. of Eagle Creek on Oct. 7
Man accused of Green Lake shooting denied bail in Meadow Lake court

Man accused of Green Lake shooting denied bail in Meadow Lake court

Scott Maurice is charged with aggravated assault, discharging a firearm with intent, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, unlicensed possession of a firearm and obstruction of a peace officer
Man arrested by N.B. RCMP gang unit gets 45 days in jail

Man arrested by N.B. RCMP gang unit gets 45 days in jail

NORTH BATTLEFORD – A man arrested by the RCMP gang unit was sentenced in North Battleford Provincial Court to 45 days in jail.
RCMP Major Crimes takes over investigation into man left for dead and wrapped in plastic

RCMP Major Crimes takes over investigation into man left for dead and wrapped in plastic

RCMP Major Crimes has taken over the investigation of the body found wrapped in plastic on Onion Lake Cree Nation.
Body wrapped in plastic found on Onion Lake Cree Nation

Body wrapped in plastic found on Onion Lake Cree Nation

A body wrapped in plastic has been found on Onion Lake Cree Nation (OLCN) and the individual who found the body says the person was still breathing