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Minor Character: Miami
Michelle Baldwin
Name Michelle Baldwin
Gender Female
Family Dennis Baldwin (husband; deceased)
Occupation Serial Killer
No. of Victims 12 killed
1 abducted
1 attempted abduction
Status Incarcerated
Portrayed By Alicia Witt
First Appearance Blood Lust (Miami)

"What does it matter what their names are? They're dead. It's not about them, they're not even here."

Michelle Baldwin is a serial killer who appears in season 9 of CSI: Miami. She is portrayed by Alicia Witt.

Background Edit

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Season Nine Edit

Blood Lust (Miami) Edit

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Modus Operandi Edit

Michelle and her husband targeted women who were flirting with Dennis. She would kidnap them and kill them with the help of Dennis so they wouldn’t steal her husband away. She pretends to try to escape with the victims because she likes it when the women look at her with hope in their eyes before it's snatched away from them. She rips a single fingernail from every victim she has ever kidnapped and killed. In total, Horatio and his team found ten fingernails inside a box from Michelle's house.

Known Victims Edit

  • Ten unnamed victims killed prior to Blood Lust
  • 2011:
    • Unspecified date: Allison Caldwell (abducted and had her fingernail torn off, then killed and buried)
    • March 6:
      • Bridget Walsh (abducted, then strangled to death)
      • Wendy Gibson (abducted; was rescued)
      • Natalia Boa Vista (attempted to abduct; was rescued)

Known Accomplices Edit

  • Dennis Baldwin (deceased; shot in the back by Horatio)

Appearances Edit

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 #
Season 9 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - X - - - - - - - N/A 1
Total 1

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