|Fountain Victim (Ice Truck Killer)|
She is an unidentified woman found outside of the Crab Festival at The Fountain, left in the open as a message for Dexter Morgan. This victim was the second targeted by The Ice Truck Killer in Miami and was unique in several aspects from the first.
Detective Angel Batista was on scene when Dexter arrived, who revealed that he was nearby on a date with Rita Bennett. Batista described the body's dismemberment, saying that the first cut at the ankle was roughly done, the second not so much, and the third cut even less so. The top of the left leg had been skinned of all muscle and flesh, leaving nothing but bone. The entire right leg's portions were wrapped, as was the left arm portions. The right hand of the victim was wrapped and, finally, the torso portions were all wrapped. The body was in 19 pieces. (The previous victim had been cut up differently. That body was found with only one leg cut in four pieces. The left hand was still attached to the wrist, and and the head was missing.)
One night after, following a successful kill of Jamie Jaworski, Dexter was driving home when suddenly a Refrigerated Ice Truck drove past him. Putting two and two together, based on time, location, and hour, Dexter decided to tail the truck and eventually cornered it at a dead end that Dexter wasn't expecting. The truck turned around, kept the high beams on so the driver's face was hidden and tossed the head out, which smacked Dexter's windshield before landing on the road. The victim's head was that of a long-haired, curly blonde woman.
The identity of this victim was never revealed, bu it was assumed she (as well as the Bower victims) were one of several named victims provided on the buckets in Brian Moser's Residence.
Dexter: The Game
After participating in the Crab Festival, Dexter notices a crime scene, and states to Rita that the guys of Miami Metro might need his help. He ventures to the scene and is approached by Batista who explains the victim's status and the connection to the Pool Victim.