1:30 pm EST, March 3, 2014

‘Teen Wolf’ season 4 adds a mean cop to the roster

More news about Teen Wolf season 4 is trickling in, and this time it’s about another new character.

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In a spoiler chat with E! Online, we’ve learned that a new cop will be making his mark on Beacon Hills. The only problem? He won’t be as kind and understanding as Sheriff Stilinski.

“The powers-that-be are looking to bring in some extra law enforcement to help combat the crazy,” E! writes. “In season 4 we’ll meet Deputy Haigh, and if we’re being honest… he’s kind of a dick.”

Agent McCall aside, we’ve been pretty lucky with the law enforcement in Beacon Hills. They’ve been fairly benevolent up until now (unless you’re Derek Hale), and although they have a job to do, it seems like they at least try to give the citizens of Beacon Hills the benefit of the doubt when it comes to some of the shadier things that go on in the Californian town.

Deputy Haigh doesn’t sound like he’ll be one of those.

Law enforcement officers that we’ve seen previously include Sheriff Stilinksi, Stiles’ dad; Agent McCall, the lone FBI agent and Scott’s dad; Deputy Graeme, who was killed by the Darach; and Deputy Parrish, who we last saw getting attacked by the werewolf Kinkade.

Teen Wolf season 3 is wrapping up as we enter the final stretch of episodes. There are only four left, including the one airing tonight. Teen Wolf season 4 has already been announced, much to the excitement of fans.

Previous season 4 information includes the fact that we’ll be returning to 12 episodes per season, instead of the 24 we had in season 3. We also learned about a new character named Liam, who will be played by Dylan Sprayberry. Another new character was added to Teen Wolf season 4 in the form of Mason, though we don’t know who’s playing him yet. And, finally, we’ve gotten word that Meagan Tandy will be back to reprise her role as Braeden.

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