This OC Deputy Was Hot to Trot

[Moxley Confidential] OCSD fired Deputy Scott Montoya, a self-described 'stallion,' because he couldn't resist on-duty sexual urges

Scott Christopher Montoya—a former Orange County Sheriff's Department (OCSD) deputy who is fighting to regain his job—routinely told women he met on duty if he thought they were "doable" and "fuckable," described himself as a "stallion," enjoyed questionable personal contact with a street prostitute, fabricated duty logs about his whereabouts, and bragged to a female teenager he stopped on the street that "If you mess around with me, I'm going to fuck you so hard with a big dick enough to make an elephant scream."

Those sensational accusations and many more, contained in internal sheriff's department documents obtained by the Weekly, help to explain why officials in Sheriff Sandra Hutchens' administration had been so insistent on firing Montoya in October 2010.

According to an OCSD investigative report, Montoya converted patrol duties into "a means to meet various women" and used his gang-intervention responsibilities with the Gang Reduction and Intervention Partnership (GRIP) program at schools "to solicit, while on duty, as many women as possible."

Three separate investigations by seasoned deputies, including ones from the department's homicide unit, found numerous women who offered the following descriptions of their encounters with Montoya: "flirty," "strange," "overtly sexual and inappropriate," "egotistical," and "a predator."

One elementary-school employee said, "Everything [Montoya] said had some type of sexual innuendo. . . . Always asking about whether the teachers and the mothers of students were single . . . [and he] frequently made comments such as, 'She's got a nice ass!'"

The principal of a Catholic elementary school in Orange County said she observed Montoya "suspiciously parked near the school's gymnasium before the start of school, staring at both the parents and children." That principal didn't want him to return because he was "creepy." It didn't help that he compared the size of his genitals to those of a stallion.

According to records, months earlier, in late 2008, an OCSD sergeant lectured Montoya for "not answering calls for service."

In early 2009, two high-ranking officers with the Anaheim Police Department complained Montoya was "unorganized" and "not showing up" for work. A prosecutor assigned to gang activities described him as "unaccountable" and "not doing" his job.

Those complaints caused OCSD officials to compare Montoya's duty log with corresponding video recordings made in his patrol car. The result? Montoya had been "excessively . . . untruthful" about his whereabouts.

Officials told the deputy, "You have countless minutes where you logged yourself to be at a function or a school, when in fact you were conducting personal business, or just simply parked, doing nothing related to patrol functions."

With the help of the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs, the deputies' union, Montoya is suing Hutchens. Montoya claims his firing violated California's Police Officers Bill of Rights (POBR), which gives cops extraordinary powers to hamper investigations of their conduct and keeps the public in the dark about police misconduct. Montoya is hoping a Superior Court judge will rule that Hutchens violated his POBR rights and he can return to duty.

Court records show the case is ongoing; Charles Goldwassser, the deputy's lawyer, did not respond to requests for an interview for this story.

Meanwhile, OCSD files identify numerous females an on-duty Montoya met and "pursued" without the knowledge of the others. Investigators allege the deputy even promised the same engagement ring to different women, one of whom died during a boating date with him.

"Concerned" department officials began surveillance on their colleague and, in February 2009, observed him cruising a Stanton liquor-store parking lot, approaching a lone female and "immediately [asking] for her phone number." The woman later admitted she felt pressured to comply because Montoya wore a uniform. In a separate incident a month later, Montoya approached the same woman in his patrol car and, according to captured audio, asked, "Where's my kiss?"

The OCSD investigation files allege that, while on duty, the deputy visited that woman's workplace at least four times even though he had no official business at the location and failed to accurately log his whereabouts each time.

In another detailed 2009 incident, an on-duty Montoya spent 66 minutes at a mobile home in the company of a 20-year-old woman and a 16-year-old girl; at one point, according to investigation records, he told the older female he wanted "to have children with her" and called her "my baby's momma." Two weeks earlier, he spent "several hours" with those females while on duty.

The same year at Walter Elementary, investigators found evidence that the deputy asked a school employee, "When are you going to fuck me?" and then spent the rest of the conversation discussing "when and where you're going to have sex."

One day in 2008, Montoya's whereabouts were unknown from 2:48 p.m. to 5:32 p.m., a period he spent with a female, 13-year-old, habitual runaway.

A street prostitute named "Ivy" told investigators she'd lied to cover up Montoya's indiscretions in the past, admitting the deputy told her she had a "nice ass" and gave her his cell-phone number in hopes of having "free sex."

As OCSD investigators closed in on Montoya, he claimed he was temporarily disabled and took an extended leave from his duties because of "stress and depression," according to department records.

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77sunshine99
77sunshine99

you JEALOUS BECAUSE you can't be HERO LIKE HIM.

77sunshine99
77sunshine99

SO BUSh so generous to give Navy Cross gust for fun.

77sunshine99
77sunshine99

If you are good, honest, hard-working police officer you will be MORE POLITE !!!!!!

77sunshine99
77sunshine99

And what about you ? Are you good cop???????

Wgross08usmc
Wgross08usmc

Let me tell you a story:A motivated scout sniper in the united states marine corps voluntarily stayed in Iraq during the wars hairiest time for 18 months. That same marine carried a civilian 500 yards to saftey under fire...Went back grabbed a Marine, gear and all, and ran 500 yards... under fire.Again, and again, and again.... and again... under fire.That motivated devil dog was Sgt. Scott Montoya.He has suffered terrible personal losses and has been forgotten by our amazing VA.That does not excuse poor behavior, but he deserves some respect.Scott himself told me that, just like in the Corps, each man is in charge of his own moral and actions...It is my opinion that Scott needs help that he is not getting.help the department should have provided.and he should have been informed of his investigation like every other cop deserves.FYI: he saved lives as a cop as well.

USMC
USMC

Why is OC Weekly pretty much the only publication covering this? Granted, it's OCSD, but this would be bigger than a small time wannabe news publication whose writers are recent college grads who only need OC Weekly as a stepping stone to bigger publications like LA TImes. Either way, none of you truly know Scotty. In addition to that, if you have a score to settle with the man, try doing it face to face. What is it with people who like to go around condemning people on the internet? That's so embarrassing. Scotty's made countless amounts of selfless acts, and people who are even remotely close to him know this about the man. All of you who enjoy pointing fingers and fabricating things based off of crappy journalism ought to be ashamed of yourselves. But then again, one of the hardest things a person can do is to look at themselves, instead of finding fault in others.

Ocbrat
Ocbrat

Im not trying to defend him or anything but yeah. Haha wow that's false right there. Wrong he never spent 66 minutes outside my house It was at the most 10-15 minutes when he was around. Second off he only came around once when the 21 yr old was around in his patrol car so yeah. Oh yeah he came around but he always talked to my mom n sometimes I talked to him when i was outside. It's not like anything ever happened so why make a big deal out of it. I'm not saying he wouldnt doing something like this but I've known him like forever and it doesn't sound like him but I don't know. This just makes him look hella bad I'm just saying.

Abcd
Abcd

The story behind the Montoya's Navy Cross is very questionable. To date, he has been unable to provide the names of any of the Marines he rescued and if you talk with any of the Marines that were with him that day, they will tell you the story that got him the Navy Cross is untrue.

Marine Sgt
Marine Sgt

In regards to the events of April 8, 2003, please refer to the following FB link to get the real story of what the "Hero" really did not do. http://www.facebook.com/group....Montoya has been a fraud for way too long, from being kicked out of Sniper for cheating to the events that actually too place in Saddam City in Baghdad. Im sure many of the Marines in Fox Company 2/23 would be more than happy to tell the real story.Marine Sgt

Scout
Scout

Just remember when pointing the finger at someone else there is always three fingers pointing back... Only God has the right to pass judgement upon other's, it is not our place... This man has been a warrior and has put his own life on the line to protect your countries freedom and your own... These statements are only allegations... Journalist's and the media have a way of making things sound much much worse than they actually are... because that is what people love... they love drama, the sensationalism and that is what sells unfortunately in this world... We must remember that none of us are perfect... even if we wear a uniform and have a badge it does not make us superhuman with no flaws... A lot is expected of you when u have role to fill in the community such as this... I truelly do not believe that Scott would of taken on that commitment lightly given I do know his character personally not just from reading it from an article... This is something he has worked his whole life towards serving others, I don't think he would of taken advantage of his authority and jeopardised his whole career as easily as it sounds above... Something doesn't add up to me...

Jeb
Jeb

A total POS !! He has serious issues... And he'll be fired,permanently. His baggage will follow him wherever he goes.The lying DOUCHE bag skeezy slime ball !!

Anieh Yohbadad
Anieh Yohbadad

What, he was just following God's Word as per the Bible, Ezekiel 23:20, which reads "There she lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like that of horses."

Words of wisdom for all time.

wallbangr
wallbangr

Wait, I want some more details about the girl who drown while out boating with this meathead. He was a Navy Cross recipient, which is admirable. Unfortunately, that skill set doesn't always translate into being an effective law enforcement officer. But what happened with the girl on the boat??? Do tell...

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Dfgerwr

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Titus Aurelius
Titus Aurelius

As the Milfko says, most of our law enforcement and military personnel are fine citizens. But, as with all walks of life, there are always bad apples. I guess the only thing I wish law enforcement could do is make the entrance evaluations a bit more rigourous and maybe we could weed out these types of villains before they enlist or serve. With the economic crisis in the USA, and the decent salaries that Police officers make, I'm sure we could get more quality folks.

milfkop
milfkop

I am a police officer (for over 20 years) and there is NOTHING I appreciate more in life than a "dirty cop" being caught and fired from the department. While "regular citizens" are appalled the process takes so long, law enforcement officers (LEOs) are even more appalled and frustrated because they have to continue to work with the scum until they are fired. Unfortunately Montoya will use "POBOR" in a sad attempt (hopefully unsuccessful) to get his job back. Please just remember that for one "dirty cop", there are HUNDREDS of good, honest, hard-working cops that step up everyday, despite the constant mud and garbage being slung at them.

Soho_d J
Soho_d J

Yet another dirty cop, so he earned a Navy citation in Iraq? Wonder what his behaviour there was like? No jobs for bad cops, ever!

mrs. truth
mrs. truth

Does anyone know why Montoya is so confident and claims in legal documents that ". . . that the DA won't file charges" against him? THIS MAY SMELL OF EXTORTION!

FedupwithmoronsTwo
FedupwithmoronsTwo

He is not doing what he is being paid to do, deter crime. He is out there pimping and acting bad ass.

Someone needs to contact the Navy Dept., verify this medal he claims to have won. If he is lying, prosecute him for perjury!

USMC
USMC

Amen, brother. I've known Scotty for quite some time and it sounds out of character for him. By the way, FedupwithmoronsTwo, it's easy to squeeze something out of your butt like that and cut off what Scout spent some time writing out. If you're "fed up with morons", try not acting like one. Anyways, Scout, you're right about us all being imperfect. Isn't it sad that one of our greatest flaws is the unwillingness to look at ourselves instead of blaming others? We're all messed up. But, this doesn't even have to do with that. Even the courts have ruled in his favor. But I see....they'd rather listen to OC Weekly than the Judicial system because of the drama they enjoy so much.

FedupwithmoronsTwo
FedupwithmoronsTwo

Quit making excuses and rationalizing this Adam-Henry's conduct!

Aaddcc
Aaddcc

And God will pass judgement on Scott. At the end of the day, if Scott is innocent of the charges, then he can sleep at night and should just move on. But, if he isn't innocent, then he needs counseling and at some point needs to come clean to himself, the Marine Corps, and his family for the untruths he has told and for his pretty sleezy actions.

Lupiluv
Lupiluv

@ anieh. Please shut the fuck up! That women was and still is my sister. You piece of shit how dare you quote the bible?! Fucking prick!

Mustang
Mustang

You and me both. I’m curious, is there an investigation to what happened. Was it an accident?

Adkd
Adkd

The Navy Cross is questionable.

lydiawow
lydiawow

As the Milfko says, most of our law enforcement and military personnel are fine citizens. But, as with all walks of life, there are always bad apples.I am seeking a good man who can give me real love , so i got a username Andromeda2002 on--s'e'ek'c'ou'ga'r.c óm--.it is the first and best club for y'ounger women and old'er men, or older women and y'ounger men,to int'eract with each other. Maybe you wanna ch'eck 'it out or tell your friends!

Wgross08usmc
Wgross08usmc

Educate your fucking self. April of 2003. I watched him. Read a book, he's in them. I've seen the pictures of him and the former president. Fucking idiot.

Scout
Scout

God will pass judgement on all of us at some stage.. I'm not sure what charges you are referring too? There isn't actually any charges laid against him.. I think anyone who is in denial about their actions and it's effects upon others should face up to what they have done of course.. I just think that when it comes to sexual allegations, everyone needs to be 100% sure he is guilty without a doubt before it becomes public.. Because that kind of stigma never goes away ever.. That is just fair for everyone not just Scott to have their privacy respected until everything is 100% sorted out for sure..

Wgross08usmc
Wgross08usmc

He earned his navy cross saving marine lives while under fire and went back to save civilians. Don't question the mans accomplishments.

 
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