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'''Officer Ralph Pendelbury''' is an officer for the [[Los Santos Police Department (3D Universe)|Los Santos Police Department]]. He plays an important role in the story for [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]].
|name = Ralph Pendelbury
 
|games = [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]
 
|aka = Officer Ralph Pendelbury<br>
 
Officer Pendelbury
 
|status = Deceased
 
|gender = M
 
|dod = [[1992]]
 
|nationality = [[United States of America|American]]
 
|affiliations = [[Los Santos Police Department]]<br>
 
[[C.R.A.S.H.]]}}
 
   
'''Officer Ralph Pendelbury''' is a character who appears as a minor character , but key in [[Grand Theft Auto|Grand Theft Auto series]]. He was a police officer in the [[Los Santos Police Department]]. He is mentioned in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] and can be seen in [[The Introduction]].
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==History==
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===Events of ''GTA San Andreas''===
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====Murder====
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Pendelbury threatened to give the police damning evidence against Officer [[Frank Tenpenny]] and Officer [[Eddie Pulaski]]. He was not working for [[C.R.A.S.H.]], but was in Internal Affairs. Tenpenny, Pulaski and their new associate, Officer [[Jimmy Hernandez]], eventually caught him. They took him to a secluded area in the [[Ocean Docks|dock area]] of [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]], where Officer Pulaski beats him up. Tenpenny stopped Pulaski and instructed Hernandez to kill him. At first Hernandez refused but after Tenpenny threatened his life, Hernandez shot and killed Pendelbury.
   
Pendelbury threatened to give the police damning evidence against Officer [[Frank Tenpenny]] and Officer [[Eddie Pulaski]]. He was not working for [[C.R.A.S.H.]], but was in Internal Affairs. Tenpenny, Pulaski and their new associate, Officer [[Jimmy Hernandez]], eventually caught him. They took him to a secluded area in the [[Ocean Docks|dock area]] of [[Los Santos]], where Officer Pulaski beat him up. Tenpenny stopped Pulaski and instructed Hernandez to kill him. At first Hernandez refused but after Tenpenny threatened his life, Hernandez shot and killed Pendelbury.
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====Post-mortem====
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Tenpenny, Pulaski and Hernandez framed [[Carl Johnson]] for the murder of Officer Pendelbury, which allowed them to manipulate Carl for a period of time. Tenpenny and Pulaski were later both charged with the murder of Pendelbury, although Carl Johnson had already [[High Noon|murdered Pulaski]]. Tenpenny was cleared of all charges due to lack of evidence, which effectively set off the [[Los Santos Riots]], which led to [[End of the Line|his death]].
Tenpenny, Pulaski and Hernandez framed [[Carl Johnson]] for the murder of Officer Pendelbury, which allowed them to manipulate Carl for a period of time. Tenpenny and Pulaski were later both charged with the murder of Pendelbury, although Carl Johnson had already [[High Noon|murdered Pulaski]]. Tenpenny was cleared of all charges due to lack of evidence, which effectively set off the [[Los Santos Riots]], which led to [[End of the Line|his death]].
 
[[File:RalphPendelbury-GTASA.jpg|right|thumb|250px|Ralph Pendelbury before his death, with [[Frank Tenpenny]] and [[Eddie Pulaski]] in the background.]]
 
   
 
Later, when [[Carl Johnson]] reaches [[Las Venturas]], [[Mike Toreno]] tells him about Pendelbury's death at the hands of [[Frank Tenpenny|Officer Tenpenny]], implying that [[Jimmy Hernandez]] told the Secret Services about the murder, but did not mention that he was the one who held the gun.
 
Later, when [[Carl Johnson]] reaches [[Las Venturas]], [[Mike Toreno]] tells him about Pendelbury's death at the hands of [[Frank Tenpenny|Officer Tenpenny]], implying that [[Jimmy Hernandez]] told the Secret Services about the murder, but did not mention that he was the one who held the gun.
   
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Latest revision as of 14:20, March 7, 2014

RalphPendelbury-GTASA

Ralph Pendelbury before his death, with Frank Tenpenny and Eddie Pulaski in the background.

Officer Ralph Pendelbury is an officer for the Los Santos Police Department. He plays an important role in the story for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

HistoryEdit

Events of GTA San AndreasEdit

MurderEdit

Pendelbury threatened to give the police damning evidence against Officer Frank Tenpenny and Officer Eddie Pulaski. He was not working for C.R.A.S.H., but was in Internal Affairs. Tenpenny, Pulaski and their new associate, Officer Jimmy Hernandez, eventually caught him. They took him to a secluded area in the dock area of Los Santos, where Officer Pulaski beats him up. Tenpenny stopped Pulaski and instructed Hernandez to kill him. At first Hernandez refused but after Tenpenny threatened his life, Hernandez shot and killed Pendelbury.

Post-mortemEdit

Tenpenny, Pulaski and Hernandez framed Carl Johnson for the murder of Officer Pendelbury, which allowed them to manipulate Carl for a period of time. Tenpenny and Pulaski were later both charged with the murder of Pendelbury, although Carl Johnson had already murdered Pulaski. Tenpenny was cleared of all charges due to lack of evidence, which effectively set off the Los Santos Riots, which led to his death.

Later, when Carl Johnson reaches Las Venturas, Mike Toreno tells him about Pendelbury's death at the hands of Officer Tenpenny, implying that Jimmy Hernandez told the Secret Services about the murder, but did not mention that he was the one who held the gun.

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