Ex-chief says he didn't intentionally 'deceive' anyone - Sentinel-Tribune: News

Ex-chief says he didn't intentionally 'deceive' anyone

Print
Font Size:
Default font size
Larger font size

Posted: Tuesday, December 3, 2019 10:52 pm

CHICAGO (AP) — Ousted Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said Tuesday that he didn't "intentionally mislead or deceive" anyone about the mid-October night he was found sleeping behind the wheel of his SUV.

Johnson, 59, released a statement through his attorney a day after Mayor Lori Lightfoot fired him for "ethical lapses," just weeks before he was set to retire. She said an inspector general's report, which hasn't been released publicly, revealed he misled her and the public about the circumstances of that evening and showed "flawed decision-making."

Login required

We have used your information to see if you have a subscription with us, but did not find one.

Please click the button below to verify an existing account or to purchase a new subscription.

Need an account? Create one now.

You must login to view the full content on this page.

Login required

We have used your information to see if you have a subscription with us, but did not find one.

Please click the button below to verify an existing account or to purchase a new subscription.

Need an account? Create one now.
Recommended

Twitter

Follow us on Facebook