|Behind the scenes|
|Appearances||One Way to Get Off|
|Portrayed by||Stivi Paskoski|
Victor Nardin was a suspected serial killer.
When a pair of murders commited in a similar fashion to the killings Wade Crewes commited occurs, Sherlock Holmes looks in the casefiles, and finds him. Sherlock notes the Chechen Football affilation tatoos, and is able to find out what hotel he is staying in. He then finds out what room he is in by calling the hotel and impersonating a bell boy. Sherlock goes to the hotel room and notes the disarray. He also notices the carpet was pulled up and finds a gun beneth the floorboards.
After another crime occurs, Sherlock and Watson show up at the scene. This time there is a third victim who stumbled upon the crime. Sherlock points his finger towards the third victim while covering each eye. Thomas Gregson says that a witness saw the killer drops cigerattes that have Victor's DNA on them. He is appolgetic to Sherlock, telling him that Crewes may not be guilty, but Sherlock tells him that he might have been right.
When Victor Nardin is brought in, Sherlock beans him with an orange and says that he is not guilty. He states that he can tell Victor is blind in one eye, which he can tell by they way his stuff is arranged and the tennis ball marks on the ceiling that he made excercising his depth perception. Sherlock concludes that Victor could have not shot the third victim with his vision. He also points out that the cigerattes found at the scene were ground out, rather then stomped out, meaning that they were taken from his ashtray.