Photo: Deputy Scott Christopher Montoya Fired
Former Orange County Sheriff’s Department deputy Montoya, is fighting to retain his job. Evidence of lewd and inappropriate behavior against him, is overwhelming.
The OC-Weekly reported that Montoya “routinely told women he met while on duty they were “doable” and “fu**able,” described himself to women as a “Stallion,” enjoyed questionable personal contact with a street prostitute, fabricated duty logs about his whereabouts, and bragged to a female teenager that “If you mess around with me, I’m going to fu** you so hard with a big dick enough to make an elephant scream.”
An internal Orange County Sheriff’s Department investigation revealed how Montoya solicited as many women as possible while on duty.
Several accounts describe the former officer as “flirty,” “strange,” “overtly sexual and inappropriate,” “egotistical,” and “a predator.”
At the conclusion of their investigations, OCSD officials told Montoya, “You are incapable of conducting yourself in a manner consistent with the oath of your sworn profession” and, “Your actions . . . are inexcusable.”
A disgruntled Montoya claims his dismissal violated California’s Police Officer’s Bill of Rights, which gives officers extraordinary powers to hamper investigations of their conduct and keeps the public in the dark about findings; the findings, however include questionable contact with underage girls: in a detailed 2009 investigation, found an on-duty Montoya inexplicably spent 66 minutes inside a mobile home in the company of a 20-year-old woman and a 16-year-old girl, and in 2008, Montoya’s whereabouts were unknown for nearly three hours, a period he spent with a 13-year-old, female habitual runaway, after which he lied on police logs.