|Full name||Dolly Andrews|
|Residence||Pacific Bay, U.S.|
|Family||Tom Andrews (brother) †|
Milo (adoptive son)
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #48: Blood in the Blender (s2)|
Sister Dolly is a 65-year-old nun. She has grey hair and is seen holding a rosary. She wears a traditional nun hood, robe, and glasses. Dolly is known to take hormones and be a Christian.
Events of Criminal Case
Dolly was first interrogated after Hannah managed to analyze her handwriting on a bible sent to the victim. Amy was surprised that a nun could send something like that, and when questioned about it she said the victim was messing with God's creation. When told of Dr Campbell's murder and asked if she was responsible in any way, she said as a Christian that it is not her place to destroy what God created. She said that if Ruth is dead, then she is burning in Hell along with her creations.
Amy and the player interrogated Sister Dolly again after Hannah analyzed a newspaper article with the victim's name on it. The article was about a fire that killed a 10-year-old kid, who happened to be Dolly's brother. Ruth wanted to resurrect him for Dolly, but she refused her offer. Dolly was horrified that the victim wanted to bring her brother back with just a strand of DNA in order to win her over. While she did believe that science can do good, she was furious at Ruth wanting to take God's place.
Sister Dolly was found innocent when the victim's husband, Nigel Campbell, was proven to be Ruth's killer. However, the team spoke with her again after finding out she was planning to adopt a child. Around that time, the team was trying to find a home for Milo, so they thought she could look after him. Dolly did agree, until she heard that he was one of Ruth Campbell's cloning experiments. The team looked through the victim's house in hopes of convincing her to adopt Milo, and after finding a scrapbook of him they returned to Sister Dolly in hopes of convincing her. Dolly still referred to him as an abomination, but Amy replied saying it is not his fault for being a genetic experiment. Dolly agreed afterwards saying that despite being one of Dr. Campbell's creations, he is still one of God's creations and thanked the player and Amy for opening her eyes.