Criminal Minds Wiki

This list covers all minor criminals mentioned in Criminal Minds: Evolution.

Season One[]


Sam Pollard[]

A follower of Elias Voit who planned to poison a member of his family. He was cornered by law enforcement in Virginia while attempting to retrieve one of Voit's buried kill kits and committed suicide by shooting himself in the head.


Unnamed home invaders[]

A pair of unnamed drug-addicted transients who broke into the home of the Bruneau Brothers, and their parents Cameron and Jaylee. They took Jaylee and the older son Gael hostage at knifepoint, while Cameron and the younger son Jude hid in the home's safe room. When Cameron refused to open the safe room and give them the money in his vault, the transients slit Jaylee's throat in front of Gael. They then threatened to kill Gael, but ultimately spared him and fled, never being caught.

What Doesn't Kill Us[]

Kelly Scelsa's dealer[]

A student of Camdale College who sold drugs to fellow student, Kelly Scelsa, who died afterwards from an overdose. Kelly's roommate knew about it but didn't report it. Everyone involved in Kelly's death were either arrested or expelled.

Memento Mori[]

Unnamed unsub[]

An unsub who disarticulated bodies so he could dissolve them in acid. He was the subject of David Rossi's book "Obsession", which Elias Voit read. He may have operated in Yakima, Washington.

Season Two[]

Gold Star[]

L. Crenshaw[]

A 49-year-old man with outstanding warrants who was arrested by Don Bertoli on two charges, including a drunk and disorderly.

C. Brand[]

A 30-year-old man who was arrested by Isaac Sanchez on August 20, 2018 for first-degree murder.

G. Hovik[]

A 36-year-old man who was arrested by Isaac Sanchez on October 27, 2018 on multiple charges, including assault, resisting arrest, robbery, and second-degree murder.

C. Posadas[]

A 37-year-old woman who was arrested by Isaac Sanchez on April 15, 2019 and booked the following day for a DWI and third-degree homicide.

Kingdom of the Blind[]

Rick Waters[]

A retired county sheriff from Salt Lake City and the father of future spree killer Jade Waters. He had dozens of excessive force complaints filed against him and retired early after his wife disappeared under mysterious circumstances. He had Jade committed to a reform school called the Stuart House when she attempted to report him for his wife's murder.

After catching Jade attempting to ambush him by his car, he holds her at gunpoint and forces her to drive to the place where he killed her mother so he could kill her as well, but is attacked and killed by her instead.