|Minor Character: Las Vegas|
|Portrayed By||Larry M. Mitchell|
|First Appearance||Room Service|
On the Job
Officer Mitchell is usually the chief officer in the LVPD, who clears out crime scenes and even sometimes follows up suspects for the CSI team. All of the CSI team know and respect him, since he usually puts his life on the line by protecting the CSI's, whatever the situation.
He has a good relationship with Jim Brass, seeing as they are both more Law Enforcement personnel rather than CSIs. Like Brass, he is also one of the few officers who understands forensics and he knows the importance of the evidence. So he takes care not to disturb any evidence whilst clearing a crime scene.
Mitchell first appears in Room Service, when he jokes that a suspect who is suffering from priapism after taking prevalis, is "packing a small, friendly weapon".
Turn On, Tune In, Drop Dead
Upon being called to a scene of a suspicious murder, the victim suddenly got up and walked away, upon finding the victim on a surveillance, Brass mentions that it was the second time a victim dropped dead but soon got up. They also observe some of the officers act like zombies, they decide to keep it secret.
Karma to Burn
With the entire department under suspicion, Brass assigns Mitchell to take over watch duty of Jeffrey McKeen, ensuring nobody communicates with McKeen. Later, Mitchell assists with Jeffrey McKeen's transfer to a federal penitentiary.
Code Blue Plate Special
When Nick arrives at the scene of a second shooting at Frank's Diner, Mitch calms him down and informs him that it was just and accidental discharge. When asked what Ecklie was doing "out of bed", Mitch simply shrugs his shoulders as he walks away.
Mitch discusses the local illegal clinics with Brass and Nick. When Sam spots the suspect, Mitch gives chase and ushers the civilians out of the way of the suspects firing line. With the suspect incapacitated by Sam, Mitch assists Brass by taking him into custody.
CSI on Fire
Mitch goes to see Brass and tells him that he should turn on the TV.
|CSI:Crime Scene Investigation|