Shelley Desrochers hasn’t been seen since January 2016. She’s one of three women who lived a “high-risk lifestyle” to go missing from London, Ontario, Canada in the last decade. In this series, we go beyond the police and news reports to take an in-depth look at Shelley’s life, ask questions surrounding the case and speak with guests and experts such as Mike Arntfield, host of “To Catch A Killer” and former London police officer.
Part Two looks at the timeline of her disappearance, the efforts being made to find her, and why Shelley’s friends and family are frustrated with the police response.
Former London Police officer Mike Arntfield shares his thoughts on the situation, and we speak with Randy Richmond of the London Free Press who has been following this story from the beginning. Randy sheds some light on a London Police officer who spent years of her career trying to keep sex-workers like Shelley safe.
Don’t miss the end, when Karla shares an amazing gesture aimed at helping gather tips to find out what happened to Shelley.
Have you seen Shelley Desrochers? E-mail email@example.com London Police Missing People: https://www.londonpolice.ca/en/about/Missing-People.aspx
Host and Producer: Karla Stephens-Tolstoy Editor and
Co-Producer: Joel at East Coast Radio Creative
This episode contains music used under a Creative Commons License. Kathy Lowe – When I Am No More http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kathy_Lowe/Above_Water/When_I_Am_No_More
One day, 32 years ago, my brother’s grade 10 high school friend went missing. We all lived similar lives in an upscale Toronto suburb. It seemed far away from anything truly dangerous. So, when she disappeared it was really strange. Amber Potts-Jaffery was one of us and then one night she never came home. Read the full article >
Shelley Desrochers hasn’t been seen since January 2016. Part Three explores the difficult question of “What happened to Shelley Desrochers?” The list of possibilities is long, but you’ll be shocked to hear just what kind of a picture Mike Arntfield can paint. Listen to Shelley’s story >