Ross Barthe
Biographical information
Full name Ross Barthe
Gender Male
Status Alive
Birth 1976
Nationality Flag of USA American
Residence Pacific Bay, U.S.
Profession(s) Ballet dancer
Game information
Appears in Criminal Case
First appeared Case #15: Murder-Go-Round (s2)

Ross Barthe was one of the suspects during the murder investigation of former ballet dancer Odette Kamarov in Murder-Go-Round (Case #15 of Pacific Bay).


Ross is a 38-year-old man with short brown hair with the fringe combed back and siding to the left. He has green eyes and is usually seen wearing a blue tank top with a white jacket on top of it. Over his shoulder, he carries his ballet equipment to go along with his profession. It is known that Ross eats Russian stew, uses chalk, and gets manicures.

Height 5'8"
Age 38
Weight 150 lbs
Eyes green
Blood O+

Events of Criminal Case

Ross was Odette Kamarov's dance partner.

Ross found himself in trouble when the team found Odette's phone pieced back together and analyzed by Hannah, in which Odette tried to call Ross before her death but to no avail. Amy recognized him as a ballet dancer whom she admired when she took a ballet class during her school years. Ross was shocked to know about Odette's passing. Ross confirmed Odette tried to call him but he was busy, but often Odette called Ross just in case she was in trouble even going far by labeling Nikolai Kamarov as a control freak. Although Odette fell in love with Nikolai, Ross had no idea as to why Nikolai practiced full control over Odette, but before the conversation ended, Odette's career abruptly ended when she gave birth to Andrew Kamarov.

Ross was interrogated a second time when the team found an investment promise during their second investigation inside the Kamarov estate—Ross signed the agreement but for some reason Odette was incapable of signing the agreement, but Ross confirmed that Odette tore the agreement up signifying she had to back out of the agreement, another effect resulting from Odette giving birth to Andrew. When Odette ended her dancing career, she opted not to help Ross financially, crushing Ross's dreams of owning his own dance studio allegedly.

Ross was found innocent when Tammy Baker was found guilty of grand homicide, kidnapping of a minor, and unlawful use of a prescription.

Case appearances