Jennifer (Peter Hale’s Nurse) Edit
Jennifer was a nurse at Beacon Hills' Long Term Care Facility; a section of Melissa McCall’s hospital. She helped Peter Hale with his crimes. Sometime later she was killed by him after "he got better." Her corpse is seen in the trunk of her car by Stiles Stilinski in Code Breaker.
In the Season 1 finale, it is revealed she stopped at Beacon Hills Animal Clinic to get a copy of a picture of a deer with a spiral symbol on it. This was to lure Laura Hale back to Beacon Hills, CA so Peter could kill her and become an Alpha.
She is played by Desiree Hall.
Unger and Reddick Edit
Unger and Reddick are minor characters in Season 1 of Teen Wolf played by Jonathan Kleitman and Hajji Golightly.
Reddick later disappears, presumably killed by The Alpha.
Unger is dragged through the woods by the Alpha, meeting his death by being thrown head first in to a trash fire.
Unger and Reddick are the arsonists involved in the Hale House Fire that killed most of the Hale Family.
Garrison Myers Edit
Garrison Myers was one of the bus drivers at Beacon Hills High School. He was the focus of the Season 1 episode Pack Mentality in which Scott saw Myers die in a dream and thought himself responsible for the attack.
In reality Myers was attacked by Peter Hale and died from his injuries later in the hospital.
According to Sheriff Stilinski, Myers was a former insurance investigator suspected of fraud in his investigation of the Hale House Fire.
Right before he died, he apologized to Derek Hale.
Unnamed Omega WerewolfEdit
In the first episode of Season 2, an unnamed Omega Werewolf came to Beacon Hills in search of "The Alpha".
He first appeared as a homeless man who accosted Jackson Whittemore outside Beacon Hills High School. He was played by Actor Joe Knezevich.
He was later hunted and captured by Chris Argent and then killed, sliced in half, by Gerard Argent.
In Shape Shifted, after an argument with his son, he is attacked and killed by the Kanima.
In Fury it was revealed that several years prior he had allowed members of the BHHS Swim Team to get drunk after winning the state championship. A young Matt Daehler was thrown into the Lahey's pool and almost drowned. Coach Lahey rescued the unconscious boy, berated him for not knowing how to swim and menacingly warned him not to tell anyone about the incident.
Mr. Lahey was played by John Wesley Shipp.