Brenda and her team investigate the shooting of Mark Bernstein, aka Intrigue, who offers counseling on hooking up with hot babes. By the time Provenza and Flynn get there (with Chief Pope accompanying them on a ride-along), everything seems to be well in hand with Det. Richard Tracy, giving them a rundown on what he thinks happened. Pope is suitably impressed and Tracy offers to log in the evidence for them. One problem: there is no Det. Tracy on the force, and the wannabe detective is now going around impersonating the officers with their business cards. He's doing a pretty good job investigating the crime and seems to be one step ahead of everyone, but when they finally get him in custody, Brenda realizes that they need his help. Though he has more evidence than they do, it's Brenda who manages to get the confession in the end. Written by
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Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson
Ugh, excuse me. Chief, um, am I to understand that you and, uh, Lt. Flynn and Lt. Provenza handed over all the evidence from the crime scene, including the gun, to a Detective... DICK... TRACY?
Referenced in Major Crimes: Frozen Assets