The past 36 hours have been chaotic to say the least. A 40 page lawsuit against the LAPD, Deputy Chief Johnson and the entire Major Crimes Division; Chief Delk’s new reorganization leaking almost twenty four hours early making everyone fear for their jobs, those who kept them were happy but not as much as those who got promotions like Commander Taylor proved bossing people around a day early or others rather mellowy like Chief Pope not knowing what to do with himself. And yet, for probably the only person who could care less about any changes as her job was secure, it was all quickly starting to go to hell as Captain Raydor had no choice but to start an audit on Chief Johnson and maybe later even expand it to the whole division. And it didn’t go well as soon as she tried to explain to the blonde it wasn’t her doing, even making it to the point that their friendship was almost no longer valueable to her and felt betrayed for it.
And then disaster happened: Chief Delk’s stroke shook everything up. Collapsing in the Major Crimes’ murder room had been almost ironic, giving the name of the room, and no one knew if he was dead or alive but it all seemed to point to the former. When it all had finally calmed down, even if temporally, Sharon was finally able to do what she had suggested to Brenda and decided that she should let her know it was done, just to keep her updated on it even if what she had done was not something she had to do as it was not her case and yet there she went acting as if she was part of the squad for a moment. And this time, not wanting to walk in on something she really didn’t like witnessing, after she knocked on the office’s door she waited until she heard Brenda’s voice from the inside calling her in, deciding then she’d try to explain again this wasn’t her doing and that she was following orders.