Profiles known from cases:
He can drive and eats burgers.
He doesn't wear boots.
Role in cases
- Off With The Head, Case #37 in Townville:
When Lindsey Vain found out the victim's identity using his fingerprints (who turned out to be called Manuel Prada), the team discovered that his parents had died and that he had been adopted by a butcher called Colin Pits. This man was added to the list of suspects and he was told that Manuel had died. Colin said that he had warned Manuel about gangs and drugs, but he didn't listen to his advices. He said that people "always got mad at him (Manuel)".
The team discovered that Manuel was both a Fluke and a Hades, so they asked Colin whether he knew about it or not. He said that he didn't know and that he was afraid that one of the gangs could attack him.
Colin was found innocent when Manuel's biological father was convicted for the murder. Evan Day said that he wanted to check up on Colin to see how he was dealing with the news. He asked the team for help to find the poems that Manuel had written in his laptop. Once they were given to him, he said that he was going to publish the book using Manuel's real name (Manuel Burgh) and even gave a burger to the player as a gift.