Troy Cassidy
Biographical information
Full name Troy Cassidy
Gender Male
Status Alive
Birth 1980
Nationality Flag of USA American
Residence Grimsborough, U.S.
Profession(s) Inventor
Gangster (formerly)
Family Rose Cassidy (sister)
Affiliation(s) The Skulls (formerly)
Game information
Appears in Criminal Case
First appeared Case #9: Burned to the Bone (s1)

Troy Cassidy was a suspect in the murder investigations of Viper member Chad Whickman in Burned to the Bone (Case #9 of Grimsborough) and Viper leader Salvador Cordero in Into the Vipers' Nest (Case #11 of Grimsborough).


Troy is a 32-year-old man with brown eyes and a bald head who sports a Skull's red bandana. He has a black mustache and beard. On his right arm, he has a tattoo of the Skull's logo: a skull on fire. Troy dons dog tags around his neck and a red tank top.

In his first appearance, Troy has heavy dandruff which fall onto his shoulders. It is known that Troy wears sport shoes and smokes.

In his second appearance, he has shook off the dandruff but sports an oil stain on the right side of his vest. It is discovered that he is asthmatic and chews gum.

Height 6'0"
Age 32
Weight 200 lbs
Eyes brown
Blood AB+

Events of Criminal Case

Burned to the Bone

Troy Cassidy--the leader of The Skulls--was questioned about the brutal murder of his sister's boyfriend Chad Whickman, who also happened to be a member of The Skull's rival gang The Vipers. Troy stated that the Viper deserved to die but also claimed that rules and laws applied to The Skulls. He further said that he would never have hurt his sister like that as he knew Rose loved Chad a lot. He was later questioned about his pyromaniacal capabilities, but still insisted he would not do that to Rose. Troy was found innocent when Joe Stern was incarcerated for the murder.

Into the Vipers' Nest

Troy was called into the investigation moments after Salvador Cordero--the leader of The Vipers--was found lifeless. Although he seemed to be suspicious of the murder, he was proven innocent for a second time once the true killer was impounded for grand homicide.

In the hours following the close of the case, Troy quit gang life to pursue his ambition to become an inventor.


  • Troy is one of the suspects who appeared in two cases.

Case appearances