Da Vinci's Inquest (1998–2006)
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An eyewitness sees a car drive into False Creek. One male passenger in the vehicle managed to make it out of the water and flee the scene, whereas one female passenger drowned. The male ... See full summary »

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Dominic Da Vinci
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Det. Leo Shannon
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Det. Rose Williams
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Det. Mick Leary
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Det. Angela Kosmo
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Sgt. Sheila Kurtz
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Helen (credit only)
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Chick Savoy (credit only)
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Chief Coroner Bob Kelly (credit only)
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Det. Zack McNab
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Constable Charlie Klotchko
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Councillor Jack Pierce
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Sue Lewis
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Professor Harold Stanley Keller
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Dr. Maria Donato
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An eyewitness sees a car drive into False Creek. One male passenger in the vehicle managed to make it out of the water and flee the scene, whereas one female passenger drowned. The male ends up being university professor Harold Stanley Keller (it was his car), the deceased female one of his students named Ellen DeWitt. Shannon and Williams interrogate Keller, who initially tells a story of a purely innocent professor/student relationship and a malfunctioning car. After Shannon and Williams find some evidence to the contrary, Keller eventually tells them that he was meeting DeWitt to end a sexual relationship, but that the car going into the water was purely an accident. Danielle, a former roommate of DeWitt's also tell them that DeWitt was a controlling woman - "creepy" was the word Danielle used to describe DeWitt. But they still have to determine if the car going into the water was indeed an accident or done on purpose by Keller to get rid of his problem. Da Vinci investigates a ... Written by Huggo

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