The Latest: Johnson says he didn’t ‘intentionally mislead’

CHICAGO (AP) — Ousted Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson says he did not “intentionally mislead or deceive” anyone about a mid-October night where he was found asleep in his car.

Johnson released a statement through his attorney on Tuesday, saying he acknowledges that he made a “poor decision” and had a “lapse of judgment.” Mayor Lori Lightfoot fired Johnson on Monday for “ethical lapses,” just weeks before he was set to retire. She didn’t give specifics.