He was an overly officious target-led policeman, who relished in doling out speeding tickets.
He was portrayed by Marc Bannerman.
On one occasion, Gary charged a child with graffiti after his mother drew out chalk squares on a pavement for the child to play hopscotch. He had also charged a toddler playing with a water pistol for carrying a dangerous weapon. (Agatha Raisin: As the Pig Turns)
Gary was described as squat and burly, having a squashed-looking nose, a an open-pored face and piggy, accusing eyes. (Agatha Raisin: As the Pig Turns)
- Gary had a thick Gloucestershire accent. (BOOK: Agatha Raisin: As the Pig Turns)