Chicago Police officers displayed “incompetent” behavior in handling the response to finding former Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson asleep in his car after consuming several alcoholic beverages last year, a report from Chicago Inspector General Joseph Ferguson shows.

Chicago Inspector General Joseph Ferguson described officers’ “incompetent” behavior after finding former Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson asleep in his car last year after he consumed “the equivalent of approximately 10 alcoholic beverages,” according to a quarterly report released by the city watchdog on Friday.

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