|Full name||Roman Harris|
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #56: There Will Be Blood (s1)|
Roman is a 62-year-old gray-haired land buyer. His face is wrinkled and his neck bones are bulging from his skin. He wears a business suit which consists of a black coat, white shirt and red tie. He wears a yellow hard hat on his head and a gold ruby ring on his left ring finger. He sports a gold brooch on his right collar and holds four blueprints with his left arm. It is known that Roman plays the violin and is fond of eating snails.
Events of Criminal Case
Roman Harris, a famous architect of Grimsborough, was the one who designed and constructed the Financial District and most of modern day Grimsborough. Roman is also a key figure in a property contracting company called Goldland, Inc.
Jones and the player found a destroyed billboard in the place where Delsin's body was found. They pieced it back together, seeing a billboard vandalized with the words, "We Aloki will never allow this!" It was revealed that Goldland clashed with the Aloki because the area Goldland wanted to build those upscale condominiums were considered sacred to the Aloki. With Delsin out of the picture, the team needed to interrogate Roman at the crime scene.
When Roman was approached by the team, Roman was not happy about the Aloki picking on him due to Roman having an obsession committing building contracts on what the Aloki considered as being sacred land. Roman would not let anyone rely on the past, but Jones told Roman to have respect for the Aloki because some of the areas used to belong to the Aloki in the past.
Per Anakee, the team went back to the construction site at the woods only to find a mass grave in the construction site; it seemed that Roman was very good in ignoring the past. The team found a notebook with Serena Johnson telling Roman to disregard Delsin and just proceed with the luxury condo project even if Roman might think money would be an issue on his end. This caused the team to interrogate Roman for a second time.
All Roman wanted to talk about was his history with Serena, which did not impress the team, but on the other hand, Roman would be willing to follow Serena's orders to continue with the luxury condo project. Jones countered that Serena wanted Roman to start the project right away to cover up the Aloki Massacre incident per Delsin's findings. Roman was not up to the team's discoveries and felt that the team should stop aggravating him.
Roman was found innocent at the climax of the case, despite his attempts to build luxury condos in what was discovered to be the mass grave. When the team found another evidence of Aloki ownership, the team told Anakee to have all surviving Aloki file with the Bureau of Indian Affairs so that the land could be locked under Aloki custody—at last Roman would not be able to continue with the Luxury Condominium project in spite of hopes of using the crime scene to build luxury condominiums.