|Full name||Scott Greene|
|Family||Aileen Greene (stepmother) †|
Alden Greene (grandfather) †
Oliver Greene (stepbrother)
Paul Greene (father)
Margaret Greene (mother) †
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #15: Family Blood (s1)|
Scott is a 17-year-old teenager with brown hair and green eyes. He wears a black suit over a gray sweater vest. Under the vest he wears a white dress shirt and a purple tie around his neck. During the case it was discovered that Scott loves baseball, drinks whiskey, and wears running shoes.
Events of Criminal Case
Scott first appeared when the team questioned him about the baseball bat they found, which was used to kill Aileen and had several of his fingerprints upon it. The younger Greene admitted it was his bat, given to him by his father ten years before. He denied having any hand in his stepmother's death, saying he and Aileen got along rather well. When Jones mentioned he had whiskey on his breath, Scott cursed his luck, and told the team not to say anything to his father.
Later, Scott was interrogated again when the team found a baseball card, covered in the victim's blood. And though he denied owning it, he admitted it was extremely rare and valuable. When questioned further, he admitted that he, his father and grandfather all were baseball fans, though his stepmother did not share their love of the sport.
A short while later, the team identified Scott as the killer and came to arrest him. When questioned, Scott claimed it was to protect his father and brother. In his eyes, Aileen Greene was trash, just as Alden had told him. He suspected Aileen was stealing their money to give to "that horrible guy." She even stole Scott's precious baseball card, which was a gift from his grandfather. And when the younger Greene asked for its return, Aileen ripped it to pieces before his very eyes. Scott promptly snapped, took his baseball bat and bludgeoned her to death, tying up her body next to Oliver's crib afterwards.
When the young man was brought to trial, Judge Hall announced that due to the severity of the crime, he would be tried as an adult. Scott lambasted her for her "audacity," claiming she was jeopardizing her career at that moment. Yet his threats did not sway the court, and thus he was given a 20-year jail sentence, much to his and his grandfather's dismay.
- At the trial, Gerald Young appeared as Scott's lawyer.
- As Scott turned out to be the killer of his step-mother at the climax of the investigation, he is one of the six killers to commit domestic homicide in Grimsborough, with the other ones being Mikhail Levin, Gloria Fernandez, Misha Goshwalla, Peggy Buxton, and Susan Huckabee.
- Scott may be a parody of American actor Jared S. Gilmore.