George Lestrade is an inspector at Scotland Yard.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Lestrade is an adult man with a short brown hair.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Having working with Sherlock Holmes, Lestrade is reluctant in arresting him when a crime scene suggested Sherlock was the murderer. He believes in Sherlock innocence and even releases him so that he can prove his innocence.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Lestrade arrives at a bar where Sherlock, John H Watson and Miss Hudson are. Sherlock gets happy thinking its a case for him, however Lestrade explains there has been a murder and Sherlock in the main suspect. He arrests him and brings him to Scotland Yard. Looking at the evidence, Sherlock convinces Lestrade to take him to the crime scene where he can prove his innocence.
After inspecting the crime scene and stating that the murderer is still free, Sherlock secretly asks Lestrade to release him, so that he can capture the true murderer and prove his innocence. Wanting to capture the true criminal, Lestrade believes in Sherlock and creates an opening, allowing Sherlock to escape the police.