Pia Dante Trash

Pia-Dante-Trash
Rat, Protagonist
(JunJun)
A small boy living in Behala Dumpsite
surrounded by rats
Is on an adventure with Gardo and Raphael
to discover the secrets behind the Jose
Angelico investigation
Visits Zapanta's house with Raphael
Finds PiaDante
Relies on the mission school's safe to save
up
Receives money and food from Father and
Sister
Jose Angelico
Is the centre of the investigation, as he stole
six million dollars from the Senator. Rat,
Gardo and Raphael are on the journey to
locate the money and complete Jose's task.
Adopted grandson of Gabriel Olondriz
Houseboy to Senator Zapanta
Father of PiaDante
Adopted son of Dante Jerome
Worked with Grace
Raphael, Protagonist
A fourteen year old dumpsite boy living in
Behala
Is on an adventure with Gardo and Rat to
discover the secrets behind the Jose
Angelico investigation
Finds the bag in the trash which leads the
boys onto the mystery
Finds PiaDante
Best friends with Gardo
Visits Zapanta's house with Rat
Father Julliard
Father works at Behala Mission school and
'is the one pulling these accounts together'
Is kind and generous to Rat providing him
with a little money and food now and then
Works with Sister Olivia
Allows Rat, Gardo and Raphael to use
digital resources
Sister Olivia
Grace is a British Volunteer at Behala
Mission School
She is generous to Rat, saving him from
hunger and providing money when he
comes to the school
She took Gardo on a clothes shopping trip
before they went to Colva prison to see
Gabriel Olondriz
Works with Father Julliard
Marco
Guard at Colva Prison
Makes a deal with Gardo about Gabriel's
Bible then sets him up
Senator Zapanta
A corrupt Politician who has scammed his
country millions to become richer. He was
the victim of Jose's scheme, sending the
police on a search for 'his' hidden cash.
Had Jose Angelico working for him as a
houseboy
Employed Grace as a maid
Sued Gabriel for accusing him of stealing
money
Pia Dante
Found by Rat, Gardo and Raphael at the
cemetery, PiaDante joins the boys as
their adventure comes to an end.
Daughter of Jose
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