Chicago officer busted with crack cocaine in squad car...

" A CPD officer approached Andrews and "detected a strong odor of alcohol," "along with a slurred speech." Andrews said he "had a few drinks," records say.

The CPD also observed a "clear plastic baggie containing a white residue" on the computer in the squad car, records say. Officers also found "additional clear plastic baggie containing a rock-like substance" suspected to be crack cocaine, records say. "


Cut him some slack.
You'd have to be smoking Crack to work in Chicago.

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