‘Criminal Minds’ Season 12, Episode 15 Spoilers: Reid Goes Behind the Bars; Harold Perrineau Joins Show as Recurring Guest Star

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In "Criminal Minds" Season 12, Episode 15, Dr. Spencer Reid, played by Matthew Gray Gubler, will be seen going to the prison on charges of murder. And, the worst part is that the BAU team will not be able to prevent this from happening to the team's genius.

"Criminal Minds" Season 12, Episode 15, titled "Alpha Male," will have the resident genius of the BAU going behind the bars. The charges levied on him include heroin possession, a high-speed car change and also murder, TV Guide reported. Moreover, the BAU team will not be able to stop this from happening to Reid as he made an illegal trip to Mexico.

Reid's trips were to get experimental drugs for his mom from Rosa Medina, who is a doctor. But, Rosa will be stabbed to death in the motel room where they met and he will be charged with her murder. Moreover, he will also be drugged, so he will not clearly remember how things took shape in "Criminal Minds" Season 12, Episode 15.

In the prison, Reid will meet a new acquaintance, Calvin Shaw, a former FBI agent, charged with the killing of one of his informants. The character will be played by guest star, Harold Perrineau. According to reports from CBS, Harold Perrineau will be seen making recurring appearances in the show after his first appearance in "Criminal Minds" Season 12, Episode 15.

However, for Reid, life in the prison will not be easy as he will be making enemies faster than friends. "Criminal Minds" Season 12, Episode 15 will also have a group of prisoners planning to bash him up. And, sadly, Reid will appear defenseless in comparison to his attackers.

It is worth mentioning here that the executive producer, Erica Messer has also teased that the storyline of Reid will not end anytime soon. "Criminal Minds" Season 12, Episode 15 airs on March 1, on CBS.

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