Who wants that perfect love story anyway? Cliché, cliché, cliché…or maybe I’ll take it if that means you won't snitch…
Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson has made recent headlines after prompting an investigation on his fiancé, Lt. Nakia Fenner, when suspicions of her mishandling a traffic case regarding her son came to light.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi confirmed Johnson asked the office of Inspector, General Joseph Ferguson, to look into the case to see whether or not his Fiancé Fenner ended up erasing a traffic ticket for her son.
When asked why Johnson wanted to turn over the case to the IG Guglielmi stated it was because of Johnson’s commitment to integrity.
"Superintendent Johnson is committed to the highest levels of integrity and professional standards for every member of the Chicago Police Department. He has asked that this case be turned over to the Chicago Inspector General for an independent investigation into the facts to avoid any perception of impropriety."
The trafficking incident isn’t the first time Johnson’s fiancé has been in the hot seat – the first involved Fenner and two other police supervisors who were accused of cheating on a lieutenant’s exam in August 2015.
When reached for answers on allegations surrounding the improper exam a spokeswoman for Ferguson’s office would not comment on the investigation.
My only question is: Who missed out on the matrimonial bliss more? The snitching husband-to-be or the alleged dirty Lieutenant Fiancé?
Integrity or not, a little advice for the bride-to-be: Get out of there fast. Cause the streets is watching.
via Chicago Tribune