|Relationships:||Leonard Drake, boyfriend|
|TV Show:||"Of Mouse and Man"|
Natalie Haverstraw is an office worker who appeared in "Of Mouse and Man".
She lived with her boyfriend, Leonard Drake. He became angry one evening after she asked him not to repair an engine in the apartment. Both Martin Burgess and Mason Snyder intervened in the argument, and Burgess later killed Drake. Nick and Hank brought her in for questioning at the precinct, which is when she found out about Drake's murder. She defended her innocence to the detectives but admitted that her relationship with Drake soured the longer it went on; it got to the point that she hated him, but she was afraid to leave because of what Drake might do to her. She then decided to leave the apartment and start her life anew somewhere else, and Snyder came by to help her move. Burgess came by to check on her and was surprised to see Snyder helping her pack, and Natalie thanked Burgess for intervening the night Drake got mad at her. Burgess later murdered Snyder after he threatened Burgess to stay away from Natalie and told him that she was his. After murdering Snyder, Burgess surprised Natalie with flowers, also claiming that he had bought Snyder's red Camaro from him. Burgess took her to a restaurant to "celebrate" starting their new lives, where Natalie expressed a lack of confidence that she'd have much luck figuring out what to do next, but Burgess assured her she could do anything she wanted. Just as Natalie was beginning to view Burgess and his newfound self-confidence in a new light, Burgess overheard a father sternly lecturing his son and confronted him, ultimately punching him in the face. Natalie got him to leave the restaurant before he could cause even more of a scene. However, Burgess was so taken by his new persona and smitten with Natalie that he then abducted her and took her to his junk shop, where she was rescued by Nick and Hank.