|Cause of Death:||Stabbed in the chest by Jane Rizzoli|
|Occupation:|| Serial Killer|
|Portrayed by:||Michael Massee|
|First appearance:||See One. Do One. Teach One|
|Latest appearance:||No One Mourns the Wicked|
Charles Hoyt is the infamous killer known as the Surgeon.
Charles went to Emory University's Emory School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. One of his professors was Dr. Wilson. He is later kicked out after he was caught fondling a corpse. Eventually he snapped and started his killing spree and landed right in Rizzoli's jurisdiction and as a result he developed an obsession with her. During his last days as a serial killer he killed Alexander Ghent and kidnapped his wife Karenna and used her as bait to kidnap Rizzoli where he prepared to kill both of them. Before he could finish the job he was shot by Vince Korsak and later imprisoned for the seven murders he committed.
The Surgeon's M.O.Edit
In the series, the Surgeon would stalk and torture his victims. Then, using his vast medical knowledge, he would kill them with his scalpel. He generally selected couples, so as to instill a lot of fear in his victims. First he tasers his victims behind the right ear and binds them with duct tape, he places a teacup on the knee of his male victims to alert him if he tries to move. He then proceeds to rape his female victim while the husband watches and then kills him while taking the female victim to a secondary location. After awhile he kills the female victim as well and buries the body.
In "See One. Do One. Teach One", someone copied Hoyt's MO and killed a couple known as the Yeagers and suspicions raised that Hoyt had an apprentice. As a result Rizzoli went to talk to Hoyt which didn't reveal anything of value. When the FBI started shopping around and brought up implication that the killer was a necrophilic Jane was suspicious. Later Hoyt fakes a medical emergency and breaks out of prison where he joins his apprentice as they kill another couple. The police try to use the female victim's body as bait but the killer ends up escaping and slashes Korsak's neck. The FBI later reveal that the apprentice is a soldier and is using that status to kill in the Middle East. With this information Jane connects the apprentice to Hoyt through their time as a combat medic training program at Fort Stewart and his name is revealed to be John Stark. But this discovery is short lived as they kidnap Jane and prepare to kill her. Jane however manages to gain the upper hand and kill John and shoot Hoyt's hand giving him similar scars to Jane's.
In "I'm Your Boogie Man",
In "Remember Me", it is revealed that Hoyt is dying of pancreatic cancer.
Season Four Edit
In "No One Mourns the Wicked" Dr Victoria Nolan kills at least two people in the same way as Hoyt did.Two lab techs were found dead at a symposium on serial killers. She also kidnaps Vince Korsak.
- The Wilson Family
- Unnamed father
- Unnamed mother
- Unnamed son
- Unnamed daughter
- Three unnamed couples
- James Stern
- The Ghents
- Alexander Ghent
- Karenna Ghent- (Attempted)
- Jane Rizzoli- (Repeatedly attempted to kill)
- Three unnamed nurses (Assaulted only)
- The Gants (Killed together with John Stark)
- John Gant
- Corina Gant
- Maura Isles- (Attempted)
Victims by ProxyEdit
- Three unnamed citizens- (Killed by John Stark during his time in Afghanistan).
- The Yeagers (Killed by John Stark)
- Frankie Rizzoli Jr.- (Held hostage by Emily Stern)
- Graham Randall - (Killed by Rod Mason)
- Numerous unnamed people (Killed by Victoria Nolan)
- Kent Williams - (Killed by Jack Roberts on Victoria Nolan's orders)
- June Ferguson - (Killed by Jack Roberts on Victoria Nolan's orders)
- Chuck Fletcher - (Killed by Jack Roberts on Victoria Nolan's orders)
- Vince Korsak - (Kidnapped by Victoria Nolan)