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|name = James Hernandez
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|name = James Hernández
 
|image = JimmyHernandez-GTASA.jpg
 
|image = JimmyHernandez-GTASA.jpg
|games = [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]
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|games = ''[[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]''
|status = Deceased
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|status = [[High Noon|Deceased]]
|aka = Jimmy<br>Officer Hernandez
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|aka = Jimmy<br>Officer Hernández
 
|gender = M
 
|gender = M
 
|dod = [[1992]]
 
|dod = [[1992]]
|nationality = Mexican-[[United States of America|American]]
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|nationality = {{Flagicon|Mexico|Flag of Mexico}} [[Mexico|Mexican]]-<br>{{Flagicon|United States of America|Flag of the United States}} [[United States of America|American]]
|affiliations = [[C.R.A.S.H.]]<br>[[Frank Tenpenny]]<br>[[Eddie Pulaski]]<br>[[Carl Johnson]]
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|affiliations = [[LSPD in 3D Universe|LSPD]]<br>[[C.R.A.S.H.]] <small>(Formerly)</small><br>[[Frank Tenpenny]] <small>(Formerly)</small><br>[[Eddie Pulaski]] <small>(Formerly)</small>
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|businesses = Police Officer
 
|voice = [[Armando Riesco]]
 
|voice = [[Armando Riesco]]
 
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'''James "Jimmy" Hernandez''' is a police officer who appears as a minor antagonist in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. He is a member of the [[Los Santos Police Department]] and [[C.R.A.S.H.]], alongside [[Frank Tenpenny]] and [[Eddie Pulaski]]. He recalls one of his most difficult cases to be a domestic dispute. He is voiced by Armando Riesco.
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{{quote|Yeah, been working on the streets three years though, and I realize that there is only one kind of crime in Los Santos, gang crime; that's why I joined [[C.R.A.S.H.]].| Jimmy Hernández}}
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'''James "Jimmy" Hernández''' is a police officer who appears as a supporting character in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. He is a member of the [[Los Santos Police Department (3D Universe)|Los Santos Police Department]] and [[C.R.A.S.H.]], alongside [[Frank Tenpenny]] and [[Eddie Pulaski]]. He recalls one of his most difficult cases to be a domestic dispute. He is voiced by [[Armando Riesco]].
   
 
==Events of GTA San Andreas==
 
==Events of GTA San Andreas==
Hernandez almost blows his membership with Tenpenny and Pulaski early on, after he says that a domestic dispute was difficult. Tenpenny tells him to get out of the car in [[East Los Santos]], however he is later seen in the dock area with Tenpenny and Pulaski. In [[The Introduction]], Tenpenny asks Hernandez to shoot [[Ralph Pendelbury]], which he does only after having his own life threatened.
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Hernandez almost blows his membership with Tenpenny and Pulaski early on, after he says that a domestic dispute was difficult. Tenpenny tells him to get out of the car in [[East Los Santos (3D Universe)|East Los Santos]], however he is later seen in the dock area with Tenpenny and Pulaski. In [[The Introduction]], Tenpenny asks Hernandez to shoot [[Ralph Pendelbury]], which he does only after having his own life threatened.
   
Hernandez continues to work with Tenpenny and Pulaski in controlling each of the four gangs in [[Los Santos]], but also in controlling the returning [[Carl Johnson]]. They pull him over when he is just around the corner from his home in [[Ganton]], and frame him for the murder of Officer Pendelbury. They throw him out of the car, and leave him in [[Jefferson, Los Santos|Jefferson]], which is [[Ballas]] territory. Later on, Hernandez phones [[Carl Johnson]], telling him not to leave [[Los Santos]] and that they are watching him.
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Hernandez continues to work with Tenpenny and Pulaski in controlling each of the four gangs in [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]], but also in controlling the returning [[Carl Johnson]]. They pull him over when he is just around the corner from his home in [[Ganton]], and frame him for the murder of Officer Pendelbury. They throw him out of the car, and leave him in [[Jefferson, Los Santos|Jefferson]], which is [[Ballas (3D Universe)|Ballas]] territory. Later on, Hernandez phones [[Carl Johnson]], telling him not to leave [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]] and that they are watching him.
   
C.R.A.S.H. then tells [[Ryder]] about a train load of ammunition and weapons arriving in Los Santos, which Carl and Ryder then [[Catalyst|take]]. C.R.A.S.H. later employs Carl Johnson to [[Burning Desire|burn down]] a number of houses used by the [[Los Santos Vagos]]. Following this, Carl is told to [[Gray Imports|disrupt a meeting]] between the Ballas and the [[Russian Mafia]]. However, C.R.A.S.H. later turn on Carl and the [[Grove Street Families]], and take Carl to [[Angel Pine]] in [[Whetstone]].
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C.R.A.S.H. then tells [[Ryder]] about a train load of ammunition and weapons arriving in Los Santos, which Carl and Ryder then [[Catalyst|take]]. C.R.A.S.H. later employs Carl Johnson to [[Burning Desire|burn down]] a number of houses used by the [[Los Santos Vagos (3D Universe)|Los Santos Vagos]]. Following this, Carl is told to [[Gray Imports|disrupt a meeting]] between the Ballas and the [[Russian Mafia (3D Universe)|Russian Mafia]]. However, C.R.A.S.H. later turn on Carl and the [[Grove Street Families]], and take Carl to [[Angel Pine]] in [[Whetstone]].
   
Carl is left without any weapons and in the middle of nowhere, however C.R.A.S.H. knows exactly where he is. They send him up [[Mount Chiliad]] to [[Badlands|kill a witness]] who is going to testify against Tenpenny and Pulaski, possibly Hernandez as well.
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Carl is left without any weapons and in the middle of nowhere, however C.R.A.S.H. knows exactly where he is. They send him up [[Mount Chiliad (3D Universe)|Mount Chiliad]] to [[Badlands|kill a witness]] who is going to testify against Tenpenny and Pulaski, possibly Hernandez as well.
   
Upon reaching[[Las Venturas|&nbsp;Las Venturas]], [[Carl Johnson]] finds out from [[Mike Toreno]] about the murder of [[Ralph Pendelbury|Officer Ralph Pendelbury]] by the hands of[[Frank Tenpenny|&nbsp;Frank Tenpenny]], altough Frank only ordered the murder,  while Hernandez actually killed Pendelbury. This might be explained by the fact that Hernandez reported the murder to Internal Affairs, but told them that Tenpenny killed Pendelbury, since  admitting he murdered an officer could bring him trouble. Since Toreno is a governmental agent and has acces to such information as Jimmy's statement, he told Carl only what Hernandez declared. Of course, nobody could know what actually happened, with Pendelbury [[The Introduction|dead]], Hernandez protecting himself, [[C.R.A.S.H.]] framing [[Carl Johnson|CJ]] and CJ not knowing the real situation. Toreno himself does not mention Hernandez.
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Upon reaching[[Las Venturas|&nbsp;Las Venturas]], [[Carl Johnson]] finds out from [[Mike Toreno]] about the murder of [[Ralph Pendelbury|Officer Ralph Pendelbury]] by the hands of[[Frank Tenpenny|&nbsp;Frank Tenpenny]], although Frank only ordered the murder, while Hernandez actually killed Pendelbury. This might be explained by the fact that Hernandez reported the murder to Internal Affairs, but told them that Tenpenny killed Pendelbury, since  admitting he murdered an officer could bring him trouble. Since Toreno is a governmental agent and has access to such information as Jimmy's statement, he told Carl only what Hernandez declared. Of course, nobody could know what actually happened, with Pendelbury [[The Introduction|dead]], Hernandez protecting himself, [[C.R.A.S.H.]] framing [[Carl Johnson|CJ]] and CJ not knowing the real situation. Toreno himself does not mention Hernandez.
   
When Carl, Tenpenny and Pulaski [[Misappropriation|next meet]] in [[Las Venturas]], Frank Tenpenny says that the gig is nearly up. He states that he and Pulaski may lose their badges, but does not mention Hernandez. This suggests that they are aware of Hernandez's role within C.R.A.S.H. This becomes apparent when Tenpenny and Pulaski [[High Noon|turn on]] Hernandez. Tenpenny hits him with a [[shovel]], and presumes he is dead and leaves. Pulaski, meanwhile, is left to kill Carl Johnson, but Hernandez suddenly gets up in order to help Carl. However, Pulaski turns round and shoots Hernandez, killing him.
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When Carl, Tenpenny and Pulaski [[Misappropriation|next meet]] in [[Las Venturas (3D Universe)|Las Venturas]], Frank Tenpenny says that the gig is nearly up. He states that he and Pulaski may lose their badges, but does not mention Hernandez. This suggests that they are aware of Hernandez's role within C.R.A.S.H. This becomes apparent when Tenpenny and Pulaski [[High Noon|turn on]] Hernandez. Tenpenny hits him with a [[Shovel|shovel]], and presumes he is dead and leaves. Pulaski, meanwhile, is left to kill Carl Johnson, but Hernandez suddenly gets up in order to help Carl. However, Pulaski turns round and shoots Hernandez, killing him.
   
 
He is mentioned in the mission [[Riot (GTA SA)|Riot]] by a television news reporter, saying that he had probably been killed for threatening to turn states evidence.
 
He is mentioned in the mission [[Riot (GTA SA)|Riot]] by a television news reporter, saying that he had probably been killed for threatening to turn states evidence.
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==Personality==
 
==Personality==
   
Hernandez is actually a good cop, as he clearly wants to stop gang violence, not manipulate it like Tenpenny and Pulaski. In The Introduction, he mentions a domestic dispute over a father beating his drug-addicted spouse for buying drugs instead of food, thus allowing their children to starve. He recalls asking himself if he should arrest the father for beating his spouse, or let the children stay with their drug-addict mother. While telling this story, he is ignored by Tenpenny and Pulaski.
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Hernandez is actually a good cop, as he clearly wants to stop gang violence, not manipulate it like Tenpenny and Pulaski. In The Introduction, he mentions a domestic dispute over a father beating his drug-addicted spouse for buying drugs instead of food, thus allowing their children to starve. He recalls asking himself if he should let the man off for domestic abuse, which would teach the wife a lesson, or arrest the man, which would leave the children with a drug-addict of a mother. While telling this story, he is ignored by Tenpenny and Pulaski.
   
 
Hernandez seems to have respect for Tenpenny at the beginning of The Introduction, but after being forced to kill fellow officer Ralph Pendelbury and seeing Tenpenny and Pulaski dealing with CJ, whom he knows is a criminal, he decides to inform the feds on his co-workers.
 
Hernandez seems to have respect for Tenpenny at the beginning of The Introduction, but after being forced to kill fellow officer Ralph Pendelbury and seeing Tenpenny and Pulaski dealing with CJ, whom he knows is a criminal, he decides to inform the feds on his co-workers.
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*During the mission [[Misappropriation]], Pulaski claims that Hernandez has been gone for too long; it is possible that Hernandez was revealing information about Tenpenny and Pulaski at the time.
 
*During the mission [[Misappropriation]], Pulaski claims that Hernandez has been gone for too long; it is possible that Hernandez was revealing information about Tenpenny and Pulaski at the time.
*The only time Hernandez speaks in the game is in a phone call to CJ warning him not to flee the town. He does not speak again after this. He does, however, speak continously during [[The Introduction]], only to be berated by Tenpenny and Pulaski for talking about irrelevant subjects; this is probably why he is quiet for the whole game.
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*The only time Hernandez speaks in the game is in a phone call to CJ warning him not to flee the town. He does not speak again after this. He does, however, speak continuously during [[The Introduction]], only to be berated by Tenpenny and Pulaski for talking about irrelevant subjects; this is probably why he is quiet for the whole game.
 
*Whenever Tenpenny and Pulaski meet with [[Big Smoke]], they never bring Hernandez along, suggesting that they don't trust him with the knowledge of their dealings with Big Smoke.
 
*Whenever Tenpenny and Pulaski meet with [[Big Smoke]], they never bring Hernandez along, suggesting that they don't trust him with the knowledge of their dealings with Big Smoke.
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*Hernandez has a similar face to [[Cesar Vialpando]].
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*He has a lot in common with [[Andreas Sanchez]], character from [[GTA V]]. Both of Mexican descent, both work for government, both work as minor partners of main [[antagonist]], who blackmails [[protagonist]] to work for them, and both betray their patrons in the end, only for being immidiately killed by them for that.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 14:19, March 7, 2014

CHARACTER
James Hernández
JimmyHernandez-GTASA
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Full name: James Hernández
Also known as: Jimmy
Officer Hernández
Status: Deceased
Gender:

Male

Date of death: 1992
Nationality: Flag of Mexico Mexican-
Flag of the United States American
Main affiliation: LSPD
C.R.A.S.H. (Formerly)
Frank Tenpenny (Formerly)
Eddie Pulaski (Formerly)
Businesses: Police Officer
Voiced by: Armando Riesco
"Yeah, been working on the streets three years though, and I realize that there is only one kind of crime in Los Santos, gang crime; that's why I joined C.R.A.S.H.."
― Jimmy Hernández

James "Jimmy" Hernández is a police officer who appears as a supporting character in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. He is a member of the Los Santos Police Department and C.R.A.S.H., alongside Frank Tenpenny and Eddie Pulaski. He recalls one of his most difficult cases to be a domestic dispute. He is voiced by Armando Riesco.

Events of GTA San AndreasEdit

Hernandez almost blows his membership with Tenpenny and Pulaski early on, after he says that a domestic dispute was difficult. Tenpenny tells him to get out of the car in East Los Santos, however he is later seen in the dock area with Tenpenny and Pulaski. In The Introduction, Tenpenny asks Hernandez to shoot Ralph Pendelbury, which he does only after having his own life threatened.

Hernandez continues to work with Tenpenny and Pulaski in controlling each of the four gangs in Los Santos, but also in controlling the returning Carl Johnson. They pull him over when he is just around the corner from his home in Ganton, and frame him for the murder of Officer Pendelbury. They throw him out of the car, and leave him in Jefferson, which is Ballas territory. Later on, Hernandez phones Carl Johnson, telling him not to leave Los Santos and that they are watching him.

C.R.A.S.H. then tells Ryder about a train load of ammunition and weapons arriving in Los Santos, which Carl and Ryder then take. C.R.A.S.H. later employs Carl Johnson to burn down a number of houses used by the Los Santos Vagos. Following this, Carl is told to disrupt a meeting between the Ballas and the Russian Mafia. However, C.R.A.S.H. later turn on Carl and the Grove Street Families, and take Carl to Angel Pine in Whetstone.

Carl is left without any weapons and in the middle of nowhere, however C.R.A.S.H. knows exactly where he is. They send him up Mount Chiliad to kill a witness who is going to testify against Tenpenny and Pulaski, possibly Hernandez as well.

Upon reaching Las Venturas, Carl Johnson finds out from Mike Toreno about the murder of Officer Ralph Pendelbury by the hands of Frank Tenpenny, although Frank only ordered the murder, while Hernandez actually killed Pendelbury. This might be explained by the fact that Hernandez reported the murder to Internal Affairs, but told them that Tenpenny killed Pendelbury, since  admitting he murdered an officer could bring him trouble. Since Toreno is a governmental agent and has access to such information as Jimmy's statement, he told Carl only what Hernandez declared. Of course, nobody could know what actually happened, with Pendelbury dead, Hernandez protecting himself, C.R.A.S.H. framing CJ and CJ not knowing the real situation. Toreno himself does not mention Hernandez.

When Carl, Tenpenny and Pulaski next meet in Las Venturas, Frank Tenpenny says that the gig is nearly up. He states that he and Pulaski may lose their badges, but does not mention Hernandez. This suggests that they are aware of Hernandez's role within C.R.A.S.H. This becomes apparent when Tenpenny and Pulaski turn on Hernandez. Tenpenny hits him with a shovel, and presumes he is dead and leaves. Pulaski, meanwhile, is left to kill Carl Johnson, but Hernandez suddenly gets up in order to help Carl. However, Pulaski turns round and shoots Hernandez, killing him.

He is mentioned in the mission Riot by a television news reporter, saying that he had probably been killed for threatening to turn states evidence.

PersonalityEdit

Hernandez is actually a good cop, as he clearly wants to stop gang violence, not manipulate it like Tenpenny and Pulaski. In The Introduction, he mentions a domestic dispute over a father beating his drug-addicted spouse for buying drugs instead of food, thus allowing their children to starve. He recalls asking himself if he should let the man off for domestic abuse, which would teach the wife a lesson, or arrest the man, which would leave the children with a drug-addict of a mother. While telling this story, he is ignored by Tenpenny and Pulaski.

Hernandez seems to have respect for Tenpenny at the beginning of The Introduction, but after being forced to kill fellow officer Ralph Pendelbury and seeing Tenpenny and Pulaski dealing with CJ, whom he knows is a criminal, he decides to inform the feds on his co-workers.

Murders committedEdit

Mission appearancesEdit

GTA San Andreas

TriviaEdit

  • During the mission Misappropriation, Pulaski claims that Hernandez has been gone for too long; it is possible that Hernandez was revealing information about Tenpenny and Pulaski at the time.
  • The only time Hernandez speaks in the game is in a phone call to CJ warning him not to flee the town. He does not speak again after this. He does, however, speak continuously during The Introduction, only to be berated by Tenpenny and Pulaski for talking about irrelevant subjects; this is probably why he is quiet for the whole game.
  • Whenever Tenpenny and Pulaski meet with Big Smoke, they never bring Hernandez along, suggesting that they don't trust him with the knowledge of their dealings with Big Smoke.
  • Hernandez has a similar face to Cesar Vialpando.
  • He has a lot in common with Andreas Sanchez, character from GTA V. Both of Mexican descent, both work for government, both work as minor partners of main antagonist, who blackmails protagonist to work for them, and both betray their patrons in the end, only for being immidiately killed by them for that.

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