|Full name||Sally Perkins|
|Residence||Pacific Bay, U.S.|
|Profession(s)||Chief executive officer|
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #8: The Root of All Evil (s2)|
Sally is a 32-year-old pharmaceutical executive who sports long brown hair extending to her chest area. Wearing a golden jewel pendant, Sally sports a magenta dress shirt underneath her lab coat, has brown eyes and wears lipstick. She also wears a name tag on her lab coat. It is known that Sally knows gardening and uses lemongrass.
Events of Criminal Case
Sally is a newly-installed Chief Executive Officer for Pacific Pharmaceuticals.
During the case recap with Frank, Hannah informed the player that she hacked into the Army's servers finding out that the victim, Lt. Nora Lewis, was investigating a top secret project on the day of her death in which she claimed was a front for illegal experiments brokered by Pacific Pharma, in which Sally was the CEO--Hannah did not hesitate to get the suspect into interrogation.
All Sally cared about was her company's new lemongrass product but all Frank wanted was Sally's knowledge about her company's work in Swamp Forest involving a classified project. The knowledge of Pacific Pharma's plant project at Swamp Forest was way before Sally was elected CEO and all she knew was that a handful of Pacific Pharma scientists were sent to Swamp Forest to work on a secret project protected by the military, but the project was scrapped as if it had not existed.
The second time Sally was interrogated was when the team found a flower pot with a listening device installed, cracked by Hannah in which she deduced that the device was used by Sally to eavesdrop the military. Sally claimed she created the listening device to get back what belonged to her company as the experiments were the sole property of her company. Sally even tried to replicate the formula, but she could not perfect it as opposed to the original biologists' formula--something Sally felt was her obligation to replicate as money was the motive to bring the formula back to her company's possession, as she felt that money was an issue to get the formula her company created back in Pacific Pharma's possession.
Although Sally was greedy during her interrogation, she was found innocent when Ray Westman was indicted for the murder.