Montebello mayor's husband arrested o...

Montebello mayor's husband arrested on suspicion of selling meth

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montebello resident

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Oct 17, 2013
resident

Orange, CA

#2 Oct 17, 2013
I will stand by my mayor until the investigation is complete.
Theolona Ranger

Columbia, MO

#3 Oct 17, 2013
1
Those who live in house glasses shouldn't stow thrones
2
Alcoholics are very good about hiding their drinking, so are druggies and closet queens
Let the dust settle
3
The first reports are not necessarily correct
Resident

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Oct 17, 2013
resident wrote:
I will stand by my mayor until the investigation is complete.
Please, how can you say that. This is why we are where we at. It's people thinking this way that comprise our future by allowing this low life people in these positions
Theolona Ranger

Columbia, MO

#5 Oct 17, 2013
So who was cooking up this meth?
and where?
Sheriff?
Where was MPD or is Narc unit and major gang units still non functional?
Or are there security leaks?
Kathy Salazar should know
Crazy Mayor

Garden Grove, CA

#6 Oct 17, 2013
I heard the scandal at work today and came home picked up my mail and say a flyer with Cristina and some lady by the name of Emma Delgado running for council. Should I let the dust settle as Theona suggest? I think I will follow common sense and make sure I don't vote for anyone associated with the wife of a drug dealer. I'm sorry, charged drug dealer c
now what?

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Oct 17, 2013
Crazy Mayor wrote:
I heard the scandal at work today and came home picked up my mail and say a flyer with Cristina and some lady by the name of Emma Delgado running for council. Should I let the dust settle as Theona suggest? I think I will follow common sense and make sure I don't vote for anyone associated with the wife of a drug dealer. I'm sorry, charged drug dealer c
Fortunately or unfortunately ... Human nature would dictate that the candidates affiliated with her wouldn't do good, but that's not fair. It wasn't her and its not their fault. Too bad. They deserve a chance.
Beverly blvd

Garden Grove, CA

#8 Oct 17, 2013
[QUOTE who="now what?"]<quoted text>
Fortunately or unfortunately ... Human nature would dictate that the candidates affiliated with her wouldn't do good, but that's not fair. It wasn't her and its not their fault. Too bad. They deserve a chance.[/QUOTE]

Disagree with now what. These are city officials. If they associate with criminals and or non convicted accused criminals, then it's a big sign. Come on, that is why we are in the mess we're in. We deserve better.
now what?

Los Angeles, CA

#9 Oct 17, 2013
Beverly blvd wrote:
[QUOTE who="now what?"]<quoted text>
Fortunately or unfortunately ... Human nature would dictate that the candidates affiliated with her wouldn't do good, but that's not fair. It wasn't her and its not their fault. Too bad. They deserve a chance."

Disagree with now what. These are city officials. If they associate with criminals and or non convicted accused criminals, then it's a big sign. Come on, that is why we are in the mess we're in. We deserve better.
I'm just saying the candidates she supports shouldn't suffer, should they? They seem to be decent people.

Any thoughts?
Compassion for the family

San Marcos, CA

#10 Oct 17, 2013
Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.

Lord Jesus Christ
Please

Garden Grove, CA

#11 Oct 18, 2013
Compassion for the family wrote:
Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.
Lord Jesus Christ
Please- you can do better than that! These are public officials and need to be accountable. This is a joke. Cristina is such an embarrassment to this city. It's sad to see how people can't see passed it.
Theolona Ranger

Columbia, MO

#12 Oct 18, 2013
now what writes talking about Christina supported candidates
"but that's not fair. It wasn't her and its not their fault."
Does "It wasn't her" refer to the candidate or Christina.
If Christina it's too early to tell- but...
If the candidate it Is her fault, she chose to be supported by Christina
Just like those supported by Jack or cook-Hill, the Unions, chamber etc.
Those bloggers involved with a campaign need to report!
now what?

Los Angeles, CA

#13 Oct 18, 2013
Theolona Ranger wrote:
now what writes talking about Christina supported candidates
"but that's not fair. It wasn't her and its not their fault."
Does "It wasn't her" refer to the candidate or Christina.
If Christina it's too early to tell- but...
If the candidate it Is her fault, she chose to be supported by Christina
Just like those supported by Jack or cook-Hill, the Unions, chamber etc.
Those bloggers involved with a campaign need to report!
Not at all. I was a staunch Larry Salazar supporter. I've met gallarzo. He seems like a decent guy. Anyway, I'm not affiliated with anyone . I want change and I mean money going to the right areas in the city
LOL

Los Angeles, CA

#14 Oct 18, 2013
Please wrote:
<quoted text>Please- you can do better than that! These are public officials and need to be accountable. This is a joke. Cristina is such an embarrassment to this city. It's sad to see how people can't see passed it.
I'll start throwing the stones
Mtb resident

Los Angeles, CA

#15 Oct 18, 2013
Meth major should resign TODAY!!! a disgrace to the community
Are U Kidding

Temple City, CA

#16 Oct 22, 2013
Do u kno he was arrested away from his home, and that LA county sherrifs took him back to his home and when he got home THE MEDIA was their already... Waiting?? For what? How did they know this was going to happen?? and MTB police insite...maybe because you don't want attachments to the source, and why would they take him back into his home, just to bring him out again.... FOR THE MEDIA? and then put Ruben in one cop care, but then move him to another and take his hood off his jacket off... FOR THE MEDIA??? You need to look at the ties of where it leads to ... Funny 3 weeks before an election to draw negativity and have the city in an up roar... Well crooked politicians it didn't work, your home work should have been done by your campaign manager cause Honey All you did Was get her more Support!!! You really did... No one cares what her husband did... If she stood by his drug habit, that's her doing and her families... But what's crazy about this all.... YOU COULDN'T GET ANYTHING ON CORTEZ!!! you had to find something you didn't have to go far either because Ruben doesn't hide, he doesn't care what we think of him... He has vices like everyone else does and he is literally an open book and an all around good guy despite what you say he does.... Definately here the Good Out way the bad! Let the investigation continue... And in the end The Truth shall Prevail.
Knight Owl

Monterey Park, CA

#19 Oct 29, 2013

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