He was portrayed by Billy Oliver.
The Jigsaw Case
Despite Jigsaw and Amanda's deaths, their deadly games were continued by a yet unknown accomplice. Several weeks later, Jill Tuck, Jigsaw's ex-wife, revealed to Matt Gibson, an officer working for the Internal Affairs Division, that Detective Lieutenant Mark Hoffman was the successor of Jigsaw. At some point after this revelation, Gibson and his colleagues found out that another game, focusing on a man named Bobby Dagen, took place at the abandoned Clear Dawn Psychiatric Hospital. Therefore, Gibson went to the location, accompanied by the lead SWAT officer and his team.
After reaching the hospital, they broke through the front door and secured the big entrance hall, passing the first trap that Bobby had to beat in order to continue his game. Gibson noticed a TV, which showed Joyce Dagen, Bobby Dagen's wife, in a trap, as well as a timer, thereby realizing that the game was still going on. As they made their way through the building, they entered a room and came across the corpse of Nina, Bobby's publicist, after her throat has been pierced by four metal rods in a trap. Seconds later, Gibson was called by Officer Palmer, who had been able to trace an e-mail sent to them by Hoffman from his hideout, which was the same location from a previous trap. When he saw that only 15 minutes were left on the timer, he was ordered by the SWAT leader to go on with his team while he went after Hoffman. Therefore, the SWAT continued its way and left Nina behind.
Shortly afterwards, they also found the corpse of Bobby Dagen's lawyer, Suzanne, in a trap that pierced her eyes and mouth with three metal rods. Seconds later, the SWAT leader told the rest to stand by, as he heard the agonized screams of Bobby in the distance, thereby realizing that there was another victim alive. The SWAT officer and the rest of the team continued its way and eventually found a door, which they opened, leading them to a hallway, where they found the corpse of Cale, Bobby Dagen's manager and best friend, hanging from the ceiling. However, most of the floor was missing, except for a few broken beams and stone arches. (Saw 3D)
Not much could be said about the 5th SWAT Officer's personality due to his short screen time.
Appearances and References
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