Coleman Lindquist is a character in Dexter Early Cuts and a target of Dexter. He is a serial killer who targets couples comprised of one prostitute and her John. He would kill the prostitutes while Max Lindquist, his father, would kill the Johns.
He appears to be in his 40's with brown hair, brown eyes and a small goatee around his chin. He wears a dark green t-shirt, dark blue pants and a white mask when hunting for his next victim.
He seems brutal in his kills and not much else is known about him at this point. He has a habit of using his razor to cut his tongue whenever he is hunting his victims. He blames his mother for leaving them for another man and would take out that anger on the women he killed.
He was raised by his parents at 8008 Park Street and grew up happily with his family. But sometime in his teens his mother left her family for another man and Coleman began to hate her. She sent a letter to him with a star as a gift and he used it as inspiration in his kills later. He scratched her eyes out of all the family photos and every time his mother wrote a letter to him he'd tear it in half and stuff it in a drawer.
Eventually he and his father began killing prostitutes for between three years beginning in 1998. He would kill prostitutes in-between December 1st and January 1st since she left during Christmas time. One day after he killed a Chinese prostitute and dragged the body of the date home he and his father witnessed Dexter Morgan lurking in the shadows and were alerted to his presence.
The Lindquists tried to kill Dexter but Dexter knocked Max out and strangled Coleman to the point of unconsciousness. He set the John they were planning to kill free, and they both woke up to Dexter and themselves being covered in plastic. Dexter cut each of their cheeks and took blood from each of them and formed a single blood drop from it. He then kills them and dumps their bodies in the Bay Harbor.
- 13 unnamed prostitutes
- Unnamed Red-head prostitute
- Unnamed Asian prostitute
- 14 Johns (Indirectly)
- Unnamed John (Attempted indirectly)