Dominika Snegurochka (Rus: Доминика Снегу́рочка) was a suspect in the murder investigation of her boyfriend, COSMORUS maintenance technician Nick Kringle, in O Deadly Night (Case #15 of World Edition).


Dominika is a 33-year-old bar owner. She has long blonde hair with candy cane earrings, and purple lipstick. She dons a leather vest and a black bra with a holly pin on it. She wears a black hat atop her head, and a gold chain around her neck. It is known that Dominika ice skates, eats candy canes and drinks mulled wine.

Height 5'8"
Age 33
Weight 150 lbs
Eyes blue
Blood O+

Events of Criminal Case

Dominika became a suspect after Jack and the player found a spanking paddle to her from the victim. When informed of Nick's murder, Dominika was shocked wondering who would take up the role of Santa Claus now. Before Nick, there was not much holiday cheer as some people felt it was too westernized. She felt that he was the perfect fit for Santa, and felt it was necessary to repay him the only way she knows how.

Dominika was interrogated again regarding a message she wrote to the victim in her purple lipstick, telling the victim to leave her alone or else. She said the victim was starting to become possessive, which scared her male customers away as well as her hard-earned money. When Jack suggested she killed Nick so he could leave her and her customers alone, she said she only sent him a little message to scare him.

Dominika was revealed to be innocent after the team arrested Asal Hawaa for Nick's murder. However in preparation for their Christmas party, she was spoken to again regarding her recipe for her famous eggnog. However, Dominika would not give it, saying if they want it they have to work for it. Eventually, she said if they want it so badly then they should look for it themselves. Jack realized they could not get her to budge, and decided to look around the bar to find it. They eventually found a bowl of liquid, and after putting it under a microscope it was revealed to be Dominika's eggnog.


  • Her last name comes from the Snegurochka, a character in Russian winter fairy tales.

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