Over the weekend, Freddie Gibbs posted some footage on the making of his “BFK” music video. It featured the Gary, Ind. MC lip-syncing his rhymes in front of a police vehicle, which belonged to Patrolman Jason Johnson.

The Gary Police Department was alerted that Johnson and his squad car were used as props in the video. You could also see people watching Gibbs participating in illegal drug activity, flashing gang signs, and displaying weapons.

Chief Wade Ingram notified Johnson yesterday morning. He took away his officer’s take-home car privileges and transferred him to the garage. It just goes to show you how putting something online could get you into trouble.

[via FakeShoreDrive]