|Full name||Stuart O'Neil|
|Appears in||Criminal Case|
|First appeared||Case #39: Marked for Death (s1)|
Stuart is the 21-year-old editor-in-chef of the Grimsborough University Newspaper with bowl-cut brown hair. He has brown eyes which are concealed behind brown circular glasses. He usually wears a blue striped shirt with a white collar. He wears a body-warmer on top of it with his press badge hanging on the zip. The press badge has PRESS on it with his face and some writing underneath it. The body-warmer has two pockets. On the right hand pocket, there is a permanent marker, a red pen and a yellow pencil. On the other pocket, there is a "VOTE FOR MADISON" badge for the prom queen election. It is known that Stuart often bites his nails.
Events of Criminal Case
When campus security personnel, Bryan Vigman reported Tyler Wright's death to the police, they decided to search the Campus lawn outside the school. There, they found a newspaper which featured Tyler's murder as the cover story. Stuart claimed that the University had to be the first ones to know what happened in the campus when it came to stories happening around the district. Jones and the player thought that Stuart killed Tyler just to allow the murder to hit the cover page, but Stuart was suggesting that the escaped convict, Mikhail Levin was the transgressor behind the death.
After Mikhail Levin was arrested for breaking out of jail, Stuart wanted to talk to the police about the recent re-arrest as Stuart always wanted to be the first one to cover news regarding about the University district as a vehicle to win the Prom Ball of the University, but the police said that their actions were classified and told Stuart that if he did not stop, then the police would incarcerate him for leakage of classified information. Even though Stuart was at the red after the second conversation, he was found innocent at the climax of the case.
- Marked for Death (Case #39 of Grimsborough)
- Drive, Swing, Die (Case #46 of Grimsborough; mentioned during Additional Investigation)