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- Main article: The Adventure of the Clouded Kokoro
Patrick O'Malley was married to a young woman named Rola for a year. His job includes patrolling the streets of lighting, cleaning gassing lights, and other stuff like that. One foggy day, O'Malley was just about to end his patrol and go eat dinner with his wife Rola to celebrate their anniversary. However, they found the unconscious body of one Viridian Green on the sidewalk by of a boarding house right at the edge of his jurisdiction. He didn’t want to ruin his one chance to get a break with Rola, so he decided to put it off on the neighboring jurisdiction. To do this, he first sent Rola to the neighboring police box. In the time she was away, he moved the body, three books Sōseki Natsume dropped when stumbled upon the scene, and a burnt book in Green's hand entitled The Adventure of the Lion's Mane, to the opposite side of the street. Then he decided to place the blame on Natsume as he was the one person they witnessed running away from the crime. O'Malley believing that there would be no trouble with such a seemingly simple case.
Detective Tobias Gregson thought that since Pat O'Malley is a policeman, which he considers his most reliable in London, he is trustworthy. When he took the stand with his wife, Rola had to do most of the talking. First they talk about the books, then Patrick says the awning window is proof that the owners of the boarding house, the Garridebs, are not involved with this case. He tried to say he helped with the investigation but Rola reveals that Green collapsed out of Pat's jurisdiction. Ryūnosuke Naruhodō eventually found out about his tampering of the crime scene when he realized that the bouquet Rola bought for him is on the other side. O'Malley forgot about that and he didn't testify about any wind blowing. Having been found out, Patrick O'Malley begins to cry. The prosecutor, Barok van Zieks, seeing he's learned his lesson about about trivial matters during crime investigation's, Pat to go home. Joan Garrideb was revealed to have accidentally stabbed Viridian Green in the back and Naruhodō remembered O'Malley saying Green was holding the book, which means she bent down to pick it up.
- Main article: Randst Magazine 7
Some time after the trial, Patrick O'Malley found a shilling and was going to use it to buy Rola a bouquet of flowers. But Gina Lestrade pickpockets it from him saying it was hers to begin with and there is no proof that it's his. That's when Naruhodō, Iris Watson, and Sherlock Holmes come by saying the coin is actually Iris' which lost in the area. Holmes sprays a material that changes the blood on the coin and it's revealed to be from the poker game Naruhodō lost. The O'Malleys comment on what a journey the coin went on.
- Main article: The Adventure of the Unspeakable Story
Rola O'Malley was excited that her husband, Patrick returned to her thanks to Barok van Zieks. Pat found himself picking up more change on parole more than anything else, stating that his duty is to protect London and make Rola happy. The two held each other in a loving embrace.
Patrick O'Malley is a rather sleepy head. Nonetheless, he always follows his police handwork. He loves his wife, Rola, so much that he was willing to slightly go against the book and tamper with the crime scene. But he also regretted doing it.
- He and his wife's first names are a pun on the word Patrol.