Damien South
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Biographical information
Full name Damien South
Gender Male
Status Deceased
Age 30
Birth 1990
Death 2021
Cause of death Disembowelment
Nationality Scotland Scottish
Residence Stonemoor, Scotland
Profession(s) Judge (formerly)
Family Emilio Fernandez (husband)
Affiliation(s) Stonemoorian Justice Enforcers
Game information
Appears in Criminal Case
First appeared Case 1: An Unhappy Greeting
My life as the city's judge may be over forever, but my love for my dear husband Emilio and my determination for justice won't be torn apart because of that.
—Damien South

Damien South (1990-2021) was a recurring character featured in Season 2 of Criminal Case.

Outside of his former duties, he was a suspect in the murder investigations of gardener Becca Liao in Fall on Hard Times (Case #16 of Stonemoor), police sketch artist Ryan O'Malley in Let Them Off the Hook (Case #52 of Stonemoor) and his husband, former inventor Emilio Fernandez in The Crimson Eye Rises... (Case #61 of Stonemoor). He was later found murdered in To the Bitter, Bloody End (Case #65 of Stonemoor)

Profile

Damien South was the now former judge of the city of Stonemoor. He was seen to have tanned skin, blue eyes and blond hair under a maroon-brown top hat with a gear insignia and a brown band. He was seen wearing a white collared shirt, a golden yellow striped tie and a navy blue vest with golden linings under a dark beige jacket with golden linings and a golden rose on his right lapel. He was also seen with two beauty marks, one on his left cheek and one by his right eye. As well, he wore a brown, red and yellow bead necklace gifted by his deceased boyfriend Emilio Fernandez.

Duties as a Judge

As the former judge of Stonemoor's primary court service, Damien's main role in the game was to sentence the killers and bring justice at the end of each case in Stonemoor. The sentence Damien issued depended on the severity of the crime, the mental health of the killer, the motives for the murder, and how much false testimony the killer gave out during the investigation, just to name a few.

Murder Details

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Killer and Motives

The killer, and the mastermind of the Crimson Eye, would turn out to be politics professor Urgence Farrington.

When the player, Valentina, Helena, Valerie, Spencer and April confronted Urgence about the murder, he denied the accusations against him until he cracked and confessed that he had to do the right thing for the city and for Stonemoor. He then explained that the Crimson Eye started out as a cult and turned into an organization that wanted change, telling them that the government’s leaders had weak morale and childish judgements. He then explained that after looking at modern politics, he knew it was full of lies and corrupt values as politicians spread fake news and empty promises just to line their own pockets. He then explained how he had Daniel drugged by Emeline Sanchez in order to perfect the drug on him once they were ready to conquer Stonemoor. He also explained that Floriana Osborne and her close family had been allied with them for a long time and that they dealt with assassinating political supporters of Mayor Idris Moonlight. He then finally explained how the political terrorists distracted the team while he pulled his ultimate plan, to take over Fairview Hills, which would lead to the collapse of Stonemoor’s economy and the rise of the Crimson Eye due to the drugged Daniel under their influence. He then pulled out a gun and declared that they would die first as his first order as Stonemoor’s leader before shooting April in the chest and setting off a bomb before fleeing the scene.

After they apprehended his accomplice, socialite Annelyse Pierce, and arrested him, they sent both of them to trial, where both of them would be sentenced to life sentences in solitary confinement and in separate prisons.

Sentences

Name Case Sentence
Aengus Williams An Unhappy Greeting 20 years in prison

(2020 - 2040)

Ernest Benetton In the Neighbourhood of Death 40 years in prison

(2020 - 2060)

Hilda Garza Foam at the Mouth 45 years in prison

(2020 - 2065)

Constantine Newmark Just Off the Boat 30 years in prison

(2020 - 2050)

Erik Dupri A Train of Thought 40 years in prison

(2020 - 2060)

Ilsa Tremaine The Town That Dreaded Sundown 30 years in prison

(2020 - 2050)

Loulou Robertson No Time for Pillow Talk 25 years in prison

(2020 - 2045)

Adrian Chambers Throw Them Off My Scent Life in prison

(2020 - ∞)

Peter Fernand Hearts of Glass 20 years in prison

(2020 - 2040)

Kathy Peek Leave Lots to be Desired 10 years in prison with a chance for parole in 5

(2020 - 2030)

Maria Leroux All Roses Have Thorns Life in prison

(2020 - ∞)

Arnold Rossi Blow Off Some Steam 25 years in prison

(2020 - 2045)

Marshall Cline Chilled to the Bone Life in a mental asylum

(2020 - ∞)

Max Mansfield Get Your Brain Into Gear 30 years in prison

(2020 - 2050)

Lucille Mardedi A Wrench Between Gears 20 years in prison

(2020 - 2040)

Ina Carlson Crime Does Pay 20 years in prison

(2020 - 2040)

Madeline Bloom To Have No Comment 20 years in prison

(2020 - 2040)

Milly Cooper A Code for Silence 18 years in prison

(2020 - 2038)

Camilla Bethany Take It From the Horse's Mouth 15 years in prison

(2020 - 2035)

Thaddeus Storm Breaking the Bank Life in prison

(2020 - ∞)

Jeremy Lambert Sacre Bleu! Life in prison

(2020 - ∞)

Seamus O'Connell Luck of the Devil 17 years in prison

(2020 - 2037)

Cassandra Angelopoulos It's All Greek to Kill 30 years in prison

(2020 - 2050)

Pablo Montoya Take a Bull by the Horns Extradited to Spain to serve a life sentence

(2020 - ∞)

Nikolas Matthias A Twisted Fate 40 years in prison

(2020 - 2060)

Hector Diablo For Crying Out Loud Life in prison in solitary confinement

(2020 - ∞)

Winona Torrents Boo Says the Ghost Life in prison

(2020 - ∞)

Livia McIver When You Moan and Groan 10 years in prison with a chance for parole in 5

(2020 - 2030)

Julia Myers Shocked to the Core 30 years in prison

(2020 - 2050)

Ash Goodwin Talk of the Devil 25 years in prison

(2020 - 2045)

Faye Black Sins of the Father Life in an asylum

(2020 - ∞)

Milton Jakes The Light Extinguished 25 years in prison

(2020 - 2045)

Izzy Smythe The Sky is the Limit 30 years in prison

(2020 - 2050)

Jim Anicricket When Someone Loses An Eye Life in Edgewater Asylum

(2020 - ∞)

Melanie Brown Under the Bridge Life in prison

(2020 - ∞)

Noah O’Knight A Shotgun Wedding 10 years in prison

(2020 - 2030)

Sawyer Westbrook When the Clock Strikes Midnight Life in prison

(2020 - ∞)

Scott Lawrence Take No Prisoners Moved to solitary confinement

(2020 - ∞)

Aly Charles Prick One's Conscience 5 years in prison

(2020 - 2025)

Greg James A Poisoned Chalice 40 years in prison

(2020 - 2060)

Bucky Fizz An Avian Apocalypse 14 years in prison

(2020 - 2034)

Tamara Blaine Quake in Your Boots Life in prison

(2020 - ∞)

Emeline Sanchez Under the Full Moon... Life in prison

(2020 - ∞)

Cynthia McLaughlin To Push Up the Daisies 25 years in prison

(2020 - 2045)

Nicko Willingham Drown One's Sorrows 30 years in prison

(2020 - 2050)

Alexandro Moon Blood From a Stone Extradited to Fairmount

(2020)

Ingrid Jameson Snowplace Like Home 25 years in prison

(2020 - 2045)

Floriana Osborne The Flash of the Camera Life in prison with no chance of parole

(2020 - ∞)

Toni Anderson Cutthroat Life in prison

(2020 - ∞)

Kieron Abernathy Burn the Candle at Both Ends 10 years in prison

(2020 - 2030)

Magdalena Joyce The Arrow Flies True Life in prison

(2020 - ∞)

Charles Joyce
William Chapeler To Begin the Start of the End Extradited to Ravenedge to serve a 20 year sentence

(2020 - 2040)

Emilio Fernandez The Balance of Power 15 years in prison

(2020 - 2035)

Case appearances

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