Killer of Princeton area woman sentenced to life

Roger Badour, 66, was found guilty in Kamloops supreme court today for the second degree murder of a Princeton woman in 2011.
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KAMLOOPS - A Kamloops Supreme Court justice has found Roger Badour, 66, guilty of killing a Princeton area woman in 2011.

Badour was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole eligibility for 10 years for the second degree murder of Gisele Duckham.

He originally faced a first degree murder charge but that was later stayed. 

He was arrested in Penticton in 2011 after being pulled over at a traffic stop. During the investigation police visited a Princeton residence to find more information and found Duckham, shot to death.

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