Hector Loukas
Biographical information
Full name Hector Loukas
Gender Male
Status Deceased
Death 2018
Cause of death Blunt force trauma
Personal information
Nationality Flag of USA American
Residence Venusville
Profession(s) Beat Cop
Family Dorothy Kix (cousin; incarcerated)
Unnamed aunt
Unnamed uncle
Affiliation(s) Venusville Justice Fighters
Game information
Appears in Criminal Case Venusville
First appeared Case #10 Hello Neighbor
Hector Loukas was the victim in Hello Neighbor (Case #10 of Venusville).


Hector was a beat cop with short brown hair under denim blue cap. He wears dark blue police west over his striped shirt. He had green eyes.

Murder Details

Hector was found killed in front of his house. Philip Perry said that the killer slapped him before hitting him in the head with something heavy. Philip found stains from meat steak, and since Hector was a vegeterian, he confirmed that the killer eats meat steak.

Killer and motives

The killer was revealed to be his cousin, Dorothy Kix.

Upon admitting to murder, Dorothy said that she never wanted to kill him. Dorothy's biggest dream was to get in the Oxford University. She has been dreaming to study there back in 6th grade. When she graduated high school, she was denied from Oxford because of her behaviour, even though Dorothy didn't do anything. Hector then suggested to her parents that Dorothy can live with him and attend Venusville University, also very popular university. 1 year later, last evening, Dorothy found out that it was Hector who ruined her univeristy application because he needed a woman in his house to wash dishes, clean after him and take care of the house while he is on work. In the morning, when Hector was comming home, Dorothy started screaming at him for ruining her life, but Hector just laughed at her, saying that Venusville University is also fine. Dorothy, filled with rage, snapped and began hitting Hector with a frying pan, not realizing that she killed him shortly afterwards. Judge Grayson Pierre sentenced Dorothy to 7 years in prison with chance of parole in 5 years.

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