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Being the head of the Major Crimes division of the Los Angeles Police Department is no easy burden to bear. We’ve watched both Brenda Leigh Johnson and Sharon Raydor endure and overcome heart pounding cases throughout both their series. While their ideas of justice may often differ from one another, they both still manage to get the job done. 

But how well do you know the many cases of heads of Major Crimes? Take this quiz below to find out!
  1. When a peaceful ceremony turns deadly, Major Crimes and the FBI team up to track down a dangerous sniper.
  2. Detective Sanchez is put under the microscope when his mother's caregiver is murdered and it’s up to Major Crimes to help clear his name.
  3. A husband is suspected of foul play but the team can't find the evidence to prove it when the bodies of a mother and daughter are found and deemed a murder-suicide.
  4. Four wealthy one-percenters are left for dead outside a hospital emergency room in a twisty murder case that leads through an impossible list of suspects.
  5. Four family members are killed in their home - innocent victims in an attempted execution of a trial witness, all because the killer went to the wrong address.
  6. An 8-year-old boy dies and his distraught friend blames himself for his death. As the grieving mother casts blame on the doctors, the detectives look into her as the responsible party.
  7. A grocery store shootout ends with a surrendered gunman who is executed shortly after being put in police custody.
  8. The squad scrambles to get a confession when the pregnant wife of a big-time film director is found murdered.
  9. Detective Sanchez loses it after his little brother is murdered and the whole neighborhood seems intent to keep the drive-by shooter a secret.
  10. After a bad batch of drugs claims the lives of two brothers in high school, the race is on to find the dealer.

Whose case is it: Brenda Leigh Johnson's or Sharon Raydor's?

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